Retail Energy Provider Dropping Additional Customers To Default Service
May 6, 2019 Email This Story Copyright 2010-19 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Note: EnergyChoiceMatters.com was first to report at 3:44 p.,m. on May 6 that Great Eastern Energy was dropping additional customers to default service, with an exclusive alert to our email alert subscribers
Great Eastern Energy has informed its channel partners that, "due to circumstances beyond our control, Great Eastern Energy will be returning all customers back to default service."
Great Eastern Energy has informed its channel partners, "you are free to transfer your customers to an ESCO of your own choosing. GEE will be waiving any and all early termination fees associated with the customer contracts."