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Energy Procurement Myth #1: We don’t need a consultant - Going direct to the supplier eliminates a layer of cost

This is a common objection to using any third party advisor or consultant. If it was never cost effective to use a broker then many multi-billion dollar brokerage industries (investments, insurance, employee benefits, real estate, etc.) wouldn’t exist. The fact is when there is a complex market with multiple players and significant information gaps between buyers and sellers, brokers add value. If you are successfully procuring energy on your own, then you probably have a well-trained staff with a deep understanding of energy markets.
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Sustainability

A New York Minute with Michael Roach

What does “Service at Work” mean to you?
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Community

BOMA San Francisco's Young Professionals: Volunteering

BOMA YP: Volunteering by Erik Carlson, Engineering Mananger Participating with BOMA Young Professionals (BOMA YP) has been a great experience. I started off in the field as a Utility Engineer and worked my way through the apprenticeship into a role where I managed a crew. My current responsibilities as an Engineering Manager at Able Services are demanding yet rewarding. I visit a vast array of buildings with diverse systems, work with a wide variety of industry veterans, and help expose the next generation to my profession. At Able I work with an amazingly supportive group of people but I wanted to connect with my peer group. That’s when I learned about BOMA YP.
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