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Complaint Review: The Power Company
The Power CompanyInternet United States of America
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Sorry these people are worse than animals. Please read THE POWER COMPANY'S REBUTTAL as they try and state that Brewer isn't really associated with their firm. Bull Sh*t! The following is the press release that THE POWER COMPANY released a few months ago. Anything information coming from THE POWER COMPANY IS BULL SH*T!
The Power Company, a leading professional energy consulting firm for businesses and municipalities, has formed a relationship with Capital Window Corporation, the leader in end-to-end investment packaging and business services, to advance the companys marketability and define investment opportunities for national expansion in the growing deregulated energy marketplace.
The Power Company currently delivers commercial energy management services across the nation and specializes in deregulated energy consulting in 12 states including Texas, New York, Ohio and Illinois. The company advises a multitude of corporations, in addition to residential energy users, on how to take advantage of the deregulated supply of energy and significantly lower electricity costs and consumption at no cost to the consumer and without any disruption to their service.
The Power Company and its partners have serviced more than 2.5 million customers to date and approximately $500 million in commercial energy billings in the last 5 years.The growing demand from organizations to understand all of their options, including locking in energy rates to reduce costs and eliminate future price increases, has led to enormous market expansion for our company, said Steve Brewer, managing director of The Power Company.
Capital Windows advisors are preparing us to reach new markets and serve more clients who seek energy management expertise in choosing the best energy service plan for the best price.Capital Window advises entrepreneurs and business leaders utilizing a comprehensive four step program to ultimately maximize investor value. The program is all-inclusive of business analysis, strategic planning, branding and investment packaging in preparation for a capital raising event.
Capital Window is prepping The Power Company to be investment-ready in order to take in expansion capital and quickly grow their services and market share, said Thomas Carter, CEO of Capital Window Corporation. As more states embrace energy deregulation, The Power Companys unique services will allow organizations of every size and industry to lock in multi-year energy rates and improve their bottom-line.
In 1992, the United States Congress passed the National Energy Policy Act which allows energy consumers to choose their energy supplier, while the transmission and distribution are still regulated and the responsibility of the local utility company. Prior to deregulation, utility companies were able to monopolize supply, transmission and distribution.There is a lack of market awareness that businesses have the option to choose their supplier of energy. The Power Company is changing that situation, said Brewer.
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