Energy Supply


On January 1, 2016, Mexico transitioned to North America's newest deregulated electricity and natural gas market. Your company or customer is probably asking how to assess the possibilities of an electric market roughly the size of ERCOT. This initial step in the integration of Mexico's power grid with its neighbors north of the border makes a compelling case for careful analysis and due diligence.

Leverage is defined as influence or power used to achieve a desired result. Consider Energy Network as leverage for your organization in evaluating the possibilities in Mexico’s new energy paradigm. Our efforts have facilitated Mexico’s policy and regulatory officials’ interaction with multi-national energy companies investing in Mexico. Let us help your organization leverage its purchasing power moving forward.

Mexico's New Energy Paradigm

Our Energy management consulting team provides comprehensive risk management services for its clients. Our executive team has developed a unique business model and methodology to provide its clients with sound, unbiased advice towards achieving the goal of reducing energy cost and consumption, GHG emissions, and price risk.

Our business model takes a holistic approach, focusing on both energy supply and demand components of commercial and industrial customers, thus creating a comprehensive energy management perspective. Under the Plan 360 model, Energy Network has developed tremendous internal resources with extensive expertise and market knowledge in regulated and deregulated energy markets.

Our comprehensive energy management solutions serves Mexico’s commercial and industrial sectors, bringing all the expertise and experience needed to help new and current customers face Mexico’s New Energy Paradigm.

In summary, Energy Network’s key areas of expertise and business model include:

Energy Supply Management:

Energy Efficiency Solutions:


Facility expansion and new construction brings with it a unique set of issues that will represent a major challenge to many companies. That’s where we come in.

Working on your company’s behalf, we ensure that you are paying the right amount for your facility needs to bring the right energy solution to your business. We analyse all actual and future infrastructure projects to determine if the pass-through costs from the utility are fair and reasonable.


When and how you buy your energy matters—even under regulated utility service. But, how do you make sense of the energy market, manage volatility, stay on budget and still run your business? Who’s looking out for your best interests? Energy procurement has evolved into enterprise-wide risk management, with its own set of skills and time commitment. ​The increasingly competitive business environment requires you to engage the right partner to assist you in understanding and effectively managing all of your energy-related risks with a comprehensive approach. You need a trusted partner that maintains relationship with key suppliers, yet maintains its independence in order to secure the best possible solution for its clients. Our rate optimization service delivers the critical insight you need to make informed sourcing decisions with the best results.

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At Energy Network, we believe sustainability means reducing your energy usage and spend through an effective risk management approach.

We can help you define, integrate and meet your sustainability objectives. Energy Network provides sustainability services aimed at helping our clients meet their requirements and needs. It’s more than just efficiency (remove hyperlink from the word efficiency) improvements or conservation efforts. In fact, it can impact every aspect of your energy supply and demand activities.

Greenhouse Gas Inventory Service

Comprehensive assessment, analysis and benchmarking of GHG emissions.

Greenhouse Gas Management Strategy

Emission reduction goal setting and development of emission management plan.

Environmental Regulatory Analysis

Analysis of GHG regulation, standards for environmental commodities & voluntary programs.


Clients are challenged acquiring access and processing the management of utilities, resulting in excessive costs of capturing detailed baseline utility data including volume, usage and pricing information. Implementing basic utility accounting, multi-level process for verification and quality assurance, as well as real-time access to information are just a few of the risk management strategies that enable users to effectively develop and implement a Global Energy Management Strategy.

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