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We Purchase Natural Gas, Electricity for:

Commercial & Industrial Companies

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New Breed Energy

Procurement and Brokering of Natural Gas and Electricity

If you're located in any of the states with deregulated energy markets you're probably paying too much for your electricity and natural gas.

......We can fix that:  


With the advent of electricity and natural gas deregulation, customers are enabled to choose energy suppliers. In this new competitive marketplace, generation is separated from transmission and distribution.

This allows consumers to choose their energy supplier, while the delivery of the energy is still regulated and is the responsibility of the local utility company.



New Breed Energy represents a team of energy industry experts who have turned their knowledge of today's energy markets into big savings for our customers. We work on a no-cost basis for the customers we serve, and offer substantial savings on their energy costs...savings of 30% and more are not uncommon.

We offer a no-cost service that saves our customers significant money.

Why aren't you one of them?
Our clients includes businesses, organizations, condo associations and other entities throughout the United States, from individual retail outlets to entire municipalities. They're a diverse group who all wanted to save money and have found New Breed to be a trusted adviser for procuring quality utilities.

Our Process
If you would like us to handle your energy needs, we will require: a signed Client Agreement. Fax the signed agreement back to us @ 516 908 3643 or scan and email to: info@newbreedenergy.com   We will start your Energy Procurement Process.  You will be contacted by one of our Energy Consultants, who will be your dedicated account manager ongoing.
     
What we do:

•   Analyze the last 14 months of usage. Your staff probably doesn't have the time or expertise to analyze this information.
•   Optional: Correct any incorrect charges and have them credited back to you. (Our fee is 50% of whatever we recover.  We execute a separate agreement for this service.)
•   Formalize a Procurement Strategy and prepare a formal Request for Quotation
•   Send RFQ to the top Energy Companies in your market.
•   Analyze and evaluate the bids and present an Executive Summary.
•   Negotiate a contract with the winning bidder with the best terms and conditions available in the marketplace on your behalf and present Client with Executable contract.
•   Ensure contract is properly executed and implemented by Supplier.
•   We manage your Energy on an ongoing basis.
•    Our Fee

Our fees are paid by the Supplier. We are paid the same fee by each supplier. Consequently, we are neutral in choosing a supplier.
   
Which Suppliers Do We Use?
We take pride in our relationships with only approved Suppliers. Suppliers are required to sign a Statement of Honesty and Integrity. We do business with large national providers as well as smaller private regional providers. Each Supplier must pass a rigorous review process to become Certified. Supplier must make a statement of stability in a particular marketplace, or a clear exit strategy, which has the best interest of the client in mind. Supplier also must maintain good standing in their marketplace. Each Supplier has different niche markets. We match the Supplier to the Client's specific needs.


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NY Net Metering and Interconnection

New York's original net-metering law, enacted in 1997, applied only to residential photovoltaic (PV) systems up to 10 kilowatts (kW). In 2002, the law was expanded (S.B. 6592) to include farms that generate electricity from biogas produced by the anaerobic digestion of agricultural waste, such as livestock manure, farming waste and food-processing wastes. Farm-based biogas systems with a rated capacity of up to 400 kW may net meter. In 2004, S.B 4890-E (of 2003) further expanded the law to include residential wind turbines up to 25 kW and farm-based wind turbines up to 125 kW.

In August 2008 New York enacted a series of bills (S.B. 7171, S.B. 8415, and S.B. 8481) again amending the state's net metering laws, most notably expanding net metering eligibility to non-residential PV and wind systems. In February 2009 the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) issued an order revising and approving several utility tariffs associated with these changes. A second order issued in June 2009 addressed further tariff filings and ordered changes to these and some previously filed tariffs. In August 2009 the Governor signed legislation (A.B. 2442) amending the law yet again to allow net metering for residential combined heat and power (CHP) and fuel cell systems of 10 kW or less.


Prior to the 2008 amendments, PV systems, farm biogas systems and small wind systems (10 kW and less) with customer net excess generation (NEG) for a given month had it credited to the their next bill at the utility's retail rate. At the end of each annual billing cycle, such customers were paid at the utility's avoided-cost rate for any unused NEG. However, NEG from wind-energy systems larger than 10 kW was credited to the next month’s bill at the state's avoided-cost rate. Large wind energy systems also received compensation for annual NEG at the avoided-cost rate.

Note: In August 2010 New York enacted legislation (A.B. 7987) increasing the maximum system size cap for farm-based biogas systems from 500 kilowatts (kW) to 1 megawatt (MW). The change officially took effect on September 12, 2010, but implementation will also require utility tariff revisions.