- Chase Energy Solutions12.Nov 2015
Yes, I believe they do.
Inclusive / Diverse
Yes, they are to the greatest extent possible.
Suggestions for improvement
- Make sure the product offering is stable, not constantly shifting as was the case. Also, realign your service fee structure to better fit the markets you are operating in. One size does not fit all.
What I like about the company
Management seemed supportive and flexible. The concept, helping business reduce energy consumption, struck the right chord with me.
What I dislike about the company
Their business model, which involved charging a hefty fee for a premium energy audit service, may work well on the West Coast and the East Coast, where income and spending is generally higher and utility rates are higher. It does not apply well to the MIdwest, especially the rural Midwest, where energy rates are lower, businesses are smaller, and budgets tighter.
When compared with the audit services provided by most utilities in the Midwest (most of which are reasonably informative and generally offered at no or little cost), Chase Energy Solutions' model was simply not cost competitive. They were promoting a Ferrari service, at Ferrari prices, in a Chevy market. Their proposition, in my opinion, simply wasn't viable here in Iowa.
As a person trying to make a living on a commission basis promoting these services at these prices in this market, I don't see it as viable and if I was a prospective employee I would look in other directions.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyChase Energy Solutions
- CityDes Moines, IA
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee