Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Vet these terms and conditions before executing your next energy contract
- What supplier management really entails
- How your procurement partner should qualify the suppliers competing for your business
- The ten most important terms and conditions in your energy supply contract
- What leverage you have in the contracting process, and how to exert it
Director of Energy Procurement
As EnerNOC’s Director of Energy Procurement, Ryan leads a team of regional procurement experts responsible for supplier relations and large commercial contract execution. Ryan and his team of procurement managers maintain relationships with over 300 retail energy providers in the US, and advise an eight-figure book of business on the financial impact of the changing energy marketplace and supplier proposals. Prior to his role at EnerNOC, Ryan spent 16 years in the energy industry working for retail energy suppliers in a number of roles, primarily focused on pricing and operations for large commercial accounts. Ryan holds a Bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary and a Master’s degree from George Mason University.
Energy Procurement Manager
As a Procurement Manager on EnerNOC’s energy advisory team, Jonathan helps large energy users make strategic energy decisions and manage dollars at risk. Jonathan specializes in market analysis, RFP development, supplier relations, and contract negotiation. Prior to his role at EnerNOC, Jonathan worked as a C&I energy pricing and portfolio manager for retail energy suppliers in the ERCOT, ISONE, NYISO, and PJM markets. Jonathan earned his BBA in Finance from the Rochester Institute of Technology.