On this page you'll find several of the most frequently asked questions regarding Amerex Energy Services and its many services and offerings. We want to provide accurate and comprehensive information about AES, so please feel free to contact us for more information if you cannot find the answers to your questions below.
Yes, AES is licensed in all the states that we serve.
Most energy brokers or consultants immediately answer this question “YES!” Amerex’s answer is “It depends.” Savings can be defined in a number of different ways. Is it a comparison of one price versus another? Does it factor in non-price criteria? Does it account for avoided workload or risk? Amerex Energy Services cannot assess savings until we perform an assessment of your current energy information. We are proud of our track record of providing significant savings and creating significant value for our clients, but we will not promise anything until we analyze your situation. If we can help you, we will tell you. If we can’t, we will tell you that also.
No we cannot; there are too many factors beyond our control. However, with our experience and expertise in retail energy markets, and the leverage we gain through our large client portfolio, we strongly believe we can deliver your business a highly competitive energy price. Plus you don’t have to deal with or worry about a lot of the details and time it takes when you entrust Amerex Energy Services to work on your behalf. We work hard for each one of our clients to achieve the best energy result possible.
The cost for our services varies and is dependent on a number of factors. We are typically paid either directly by the client via an ongoing consulting fee or indirectly by the supplier via a brokerage fee included in the commodity contract price. It is always our client’s decision on how they pay us and we will always provide transparency into the cost of our services.
We truly believe our services provide tangible value, and if something provides value it must have a cost. Other energy brokers or energy consultants may claim their services are free, or are paid by the supplier, but these statements either cloud the truth or are false. Unless your energy broker is a non-profit entity, they are in business to make a profit. Even if your energy supplier pays your broker, the supplier is paying that fee only because it is embedded in your contract pricewhich you are paying.
Amerex Energy Services currently serves clients in most deregulated markets across the U.S. and Canada, and is equipped to serve any deregulated market. Click here
to view a complete list of electricity and natural gas markets served by Amerex Energy Services.
We can serve any industry that consumes electricity or natural gas. Some of the common industries we serve includeeducation, commercial real estate, healthcare, industrial and manufacturingfacilities, retail stores and chains, and restaurants. Some of our clients are small and some are very large.
This depends slightly on the market or markets your business is located in, but we can usually provide a quick analysis with information on your energy consumption and costs, typically obtained from recent invoices and a Letter of Authorization (LOA) form. Depending on the outcome of our free analysis
, we then evaluate your risk tolerance, unique needs, product options, market conditions and potential retail suppliers to make a recommendation for a strategic course of action.
Contact Amerex Energy Services for more information about natural gas products at (281) 340-5247 or send us an email at email@example.com
Contact Amerex Energy Services for more information about electricity products at (281) 340-5247 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org