COSE & OnDemand Energy Solutions Join Forces
-Unprecedented Savings on Electric Generation Results-
CLEVELAND, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE), one of the nation's largest regional small business support organizations located in Northeast Ohio, and OnDemand Energy Solutions have joined forces to provide businesses with unprecedented access to leading energy suppliers to obtain the lowest price on electric generation service.
"This new partnership allows us to deliver unmatched value to the businesses we serve on energy generation service," said Nicole Stika, Director of Energy Programs at COSE. "No longer will we only have access to a set of rates from a single provider, rather with OnDemand we can 'go to market' and shop all providers and find our members the best rates for their individual needs at any given time."
OnDemand, a COSE member, contracts with local electric generation providers in the program, and participants enjoy the world class customer service they have come to enjoy with COSE. Participating businesses will benefit from the budget certainty with a fixed rate no matter how much the market fluctuates. Small commercial, large commercial, industrial and residential accounts are all eligible to enroll in this new COSE Electrical Program. Employees of participating COSE members are also eligible to leverage the program for their home electrical usage.
For more information and to enroll, logon to www.cose.org/electric where you will also find an online calculator that will show you how much you can save in the COSE Electric Program. Those with questions can call 1-855-267-3688.
COSE is one of Ohio's largest small business support organizations, striving to help small businesses grow and maintain their independence. Comprised of more than 14,000 member companies, COSE has a long history of fighting for the rights of all small business owners, whether it's through group purchasing programs for health care, workers' compensation, or energy, advocating for specific changes in legislation or regulation to benefit small business, or providing a forum and resource for small businesses to connect with and learn from each other. (www.cose.org)
SOURCE Council of Smaller Enterprises