Champion Energy Expands Footprint to Seventh State October 4, 2012 Email This Story Copyright 2010-12 Energy Choice Matters
Champion Energy Services, LLC announced that it has been licensed as an ESCO by the New York PSC, and plans to begin serving electric customers there during the second quarter of 2013.
Champion Energy Services said that it had filed on September 4, 2012 to serve residential and non-residential electric customers in the service territories of Consolidated Edison, Central Hudson, National Grid, Orange and Rockland, Rochester Gas & Electric, Long Island Power Authority, and New York State Electric and Gas. The New York PSC recently approved Champion Energy's application to become an Energy Services Company (ESCO).
"Our entry into New York's deregulated electricity markets is a logical next step for Champion Energy Services," said Scott Fordham, president and chief executive officer of Champion Energy. "We look forward to building on our successful track record in the Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland markets as Champion Energy again extends its footprint. Our company is excited to bring competitive rates, exceptional customer care and flexible solutions to residential, commercial and industrial customers across New York."
Champion Energy currently serves residential, governmental, commercial and industrial customers in deregulated electric energy markets in Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey; governmental, commercial and industrial customers in Ohio and Maryland; and natural gas customers in Illinois.