Since its founding in 1993, U.S. Energy has become a leading independent energy manager providing our clients the industry’s most comprehensive strategic and tactical energy management solutions.
Our seasoned energy professionals have broad expertise in the full spectrum of energy management services, from production to consumption, for commercial, industrial, and institutional clients.
Energy Procurement is a key component of our service for the dairy industry. We focus on the purchase and delivery of natural gas, electricity and alternate fuels. We work with selectively qualified suppliers who systematically compete for your business, ensuring you the lowest possible pricing.
Sentinel Service is a comprehensive price risk management product designed to monitor, measure, and evaluate energy market risks and opportunities.
Components include U.S. Energy expert consultation, a risk indicator model, and a client risk assessment tool to customize risk tolerance.
Importantly, risk management strategies are integrated with physical energy procurement strategies.
Managing the vast array of energy and utility data needed to make informed decisions for your dairy business can be diffi cult. We track and report on your energy usage and costs to help you better plan and manage. Our services include invoice processing, multi-site/consolidation reporting, tariff reviews, audits and reviews, bill payment, and other services.
In the dairy industry, sustainability services are playing a larger role in managing energy each year. Our efforts are focused in the areas of carbon management, energy effi ciency, benchmarking, and renewable energy optimization programs. Services include data management and reporting, facility audits, project evaluation and implementation, measurement, and verification services.
Depending upon the type of dairy operation, water can be a signifi cant component of your energy budget. U.S. Energy’s H2Oversight Service manages water in, and wastewater out, of your facility. Our services include rate tariff optimization, confi rming metering equipment, monitoring facility changes, leveraging bypass opportunities, and providing operational savings.

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