Virginia Businesses Getting Help To Reduce Their Electric Bills in 2007

Dec. 28, 2006 – Chesapeake, VA – On January 10, 2007, local Virginia businesses are invited to attend a free, live teleseminar to learn how to uncover thousands of dollars hidden in their electricity bills.

Many Virginia businesses may not realize that power company overcharges and errors can add up to 5%-17% of their monthly bill.

Tony Millet, an Energy Advisor in Chesapeake, will be hosting the teleseminar and interviewing former public utility insider – Brian Couglan, President of Utility Management Services, Inc. in Wilmington, NC.

“Four out of five commercial or industrial customers are over billed by the utility at some point.” according to Coughlan.

Mr. Coughlan is expected to share revealing experiences while at the power company. In addition, he will expose simple, little known secrets that businesses can use to add thousands to their bottom lines by reducing their electric bills.

Any President, CEO, CFO, Controller, or Facility Director spending more than $1,500 monthly with Dominion Power or Appalachian Power is encouraged to attend.

The teleseminar will be held from 12:00pm-12:45pm EST on January 10, 2007

Registration is free, but is limited to the first 25 participants and can be found at:

About Utility Management Services, Inc.
Utility Management Services, Inc. and it’s team of industry experts stay on top of industry changes, scrutinize utility accounts, and analyze business usage patterns to identify opportunities for refunds and future savings.

Clients include schools, manufacturers, restaurants, auto dealerships, hotels, municipalities, and government agencies with electric bills ranging from less than $500 to over $500,000 per month.

Since 1998, more than 25,000 electric accounts have been audited and more than $28,000,000 in savings have been found for businesses in the Southeastern U.S.

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