Paying for Energy Advice
March 23, 2022 | Author: Lori Rader
Most everyone I know, including myself, would prefer to receive good advice for free. What is the best electric vehicle, how do you pick solar panels for your home or business, where can I apply for government grants or funding, and what is the best strategy for lowering my electric bill? Inevitably, someone has done the research and hopefully, you can tap into that expertise and get the advice you need.
There are times, however, when paying for energy advice is a good thing. Especially if you can find an impartial recommendation. Paying for advice to help you with energy contracts, pricing, markets and suppliers could be a small investment to achieve significant savings. Generally, advisors can get access to information you may not know of or cannot have. It’s like buying landscaping from a wholesale marketer – you need a license. Absent a license, you need to go to a retailer who has the expertise of a middleman to find the best plants, the right plants for your needs and a price that you are able and willing to pay. This is what energy brokers try to do for their clients – or at least the respectable ones do.
Be careful out there!
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