Energy Procurement III: Balanced Hedging Strategies

Managing energy costs is the key to a successful profit margin and bottom line for many industrial companies. In order to successfully manage costs in this market, it is helpful to apply a balanced hedging strategy. A balanced hedging approach will quantify exposure to adverse events and mitigate the impact of those events on financial results. The purpose of this course is to describe a variety of hedging strategies, and identify the main drivers of energy prices. We will also cover how the commodity market functions to support energy trading.

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This course is accredited by: USGBC, AHLEI, BPI, BOMI, CIBSE, ACORE, REEP, FIRE, AFE, CPD, IAAT, and FENITEL


Schneider Electric
Date: February 9th, 2011
Length: 45 minutes


Coordinate with Public Utilities
Energy Management