Tradition Energy Joins Massachusetts Biotechnology Council
"We're excited to be a part of this dynamic biotechnology community," said Alan Kurzer, President, Tradition Energy. "The member organizations are leaders in the innovative life science community, and we welcome the opportunity to share with them our unique approach to energy management."
Tradition Energy, with 300 energy specialists globally, is an industry-recognized source for market intelligence in both retail and wholesale markets. Tradition analysts appear regularly in top media, such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Bloomberg to comment on the energy markets. In addition, Tradition is one of only three exclusive energy contributors to including on CNBC.
Tradition's energy procurement consulting service covers electricity, natural gas, gasoline, diesel, heating oil and fuel oil. Additional energy management solutions include:
- Green energy
- Energy data management & budgeting
- Efficiency services
- Demand response
- Bill auditing
Tradition Energy is one of the world's largest energy management advisors, helping commercial, industrial and governmental organizations manage electricity and natural gas costs in regulated and volatile deregulated energy markets. Tradition Energy is the retail arm of Tradition's (formerly TFS) award-winning wholesale energy brokerage division, with eight offices worldwide, over 300 energy specialists, and in the energy business since 1986. In 2008, Tradition was named "Broker of the Year" by Energy Risk magazine. Tradition also recently garnered 14 awards, more than any other company in the 8-year history of Environmental Finance magazine's industry survey. Globally, Tradition is a leading inter-dealer broker in financial and commodity-related products with a presence in 27 countries and over 2,400 employees. For more information, please visit www.traditionenergy.com.
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