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Commercial Buildings

Energy Supply for Commercial Buildings

Commercial buildings such as office buildings, restaurants and large shopping malls have complex energy consumption due to long operating hours, higher occupancy rates and weather-related factors. A high-volume fast food service restaurant can use up to 10% more energy than any other commercial building of the same size.  Managing energy consumption and costs is, therefore, crucial to efficient operation of commercial buildings. By switching energy supply to an ESCO, buildings can choose from a variety of rate plans to lower their energy costs. Associated Renewable offers multiple rate plans including fixed, variable and hybrid pricing for supplying electricity, natural gas & renewable energy to commercial buildings.  


The Associated Renewable Advantage

When commercial buildings switch to Associated Renewable for their energy supply needs, they are offered the following benefits:


  • No switching costs or enrollment fees


  • Easy electronic enrollment with minimal requirements to get set up



  • Longer term fixed rate plans allow customers to lock in rates to fit their unique needs


  • No termination fees with variable rate contracts


  • Free annual energy audit during supply term for buildings over 50,000 square feet


  • Ability to completely fund any retrofit measures with no upfront costs, as identified in the energy audit


  • Dedicated account manager for each customer


Our Process

Associated Renewable is an independent supplier of electricity, natural gas and renewable energy for commercial buildings looking to manage their energy costs over the short (6 month) or longer (> 1 year) term. When you switch to Associated Renewable for your energy supply needs, we handle your energy supply and the delivery is still provided by a local utility.  Contact our Energy Supply team at (212) 729-1152 or email supply@associatedrenewable.com for a free benefits analysis at no obligation to you.

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