Texas Residential Energy Risk Management
Identify and evaluate the residential customers needs and asses price risk in order to create a customized pricing plan to meet your needs, manage contract negotiations and implementation, continued customer plan management and reporting.
Managing risks associated with the energy industry is becoming increasingly complicated due to factors such as government regulations, public policy, financial concerns, and energy resource scarcity. In order to address these issues, impacted companies often implement residential energy risk management strategies. Energy risk management involves the process of pinpointing, evaluating, and prioritizing risks associated with uncertainty in the energy markets. Controlling energy risks can provide greater market assurance for companies like oil and gas producers, electric providers, and gas utilities. It can also give confidence to the insurance companies, banks, and manufacturers who work with these energy companies.
A residential energy risk management assessment typically involves several steps. The first step requires identifying all possible energy threats. Once potential energy threats have been identified, the risks associated with these threats are usually quantified and prioritized. The final step in an energy risk management assessment usually entails finding ways to address the risk. Solutions may include reducing the energy risk, monitoring the risk, or eliminating the risk altogether.