Start-up Retail Supplier, Led By Energy Sales Vets, Seeks Licenses In New States
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SunSea Energy has applied for retail supplier licenses in several states
SunSea Energy, a start-up formed last year, is currently licensed (or eligible, as applicable) as a retail electric and natural gas supplier in New York and New Jersey. SunSea Energy said in an application for a Maryland electric supplier license that it has not started marketing in New York or New Jersey
In Maryland, SunSea Energy applied for electric and natural gas supplier licenses to serve all customer classes in all service areas
In Pennsylvania, SunSea Energy applied for an electric supplier license to serve all customer classes in all service areas
Jacob Adigwe serves as CEO of SunSea Energy and owns 100% of the company, according to the company's Maryland application. Adigwe previously led a sales & marketing company engaged in deregulated energy sales as well as cable and solar solutions.
Romaine Reid, a co-founder, serves as Vice President at SunSea Energy, and previously led various call center and energy sales companies.
The founders have a combined 28 years of extensive sales and marketing background with a primary focus being in the cable, telecom and deregulated energy industry.
Among its sales methods, SunSea said in its Maryland application that, "in addition to the traditional sales channels ... SunSea Energy has a very unique internal inbound generated call campaign. SunSea will have the ability to upsell the customer through a warm transferred inbound call that is generated by leveraging their cable and telecom campaigns and customers who have initially called into the centers desiring to subscribe to cable and telecom service. These customers are then given the opportunity to hear and receive information on how they may be able to access competitive rates for their electric and gas supply since they are now part of the family of products and services."