ENGIE Enters Pennsylvania Natural Gas Markets
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ENGIE Resources announced today that it has entered two Pennsylvania retail natural gas markets.
ENGIE is now offering 6-, 12-, 18-, 24-, and 36-month fixed price contracts to small commercial and industrial customers in the service territories of Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania and PECO.
"The ENGIE offering includes a standard contract form and payment terms, a single utility consolidated bill, and no bandwidth or settlements. Service start dates are June for PECO and July for Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania," the company said
ENGIE already serves the retail electricity needs of more than 2,100 commercial and industrial customers in Pennsylvania.
"The addition of natural gas offers customers an opportunity to aggregate commodity supply to reduce purchase costs, lower procurement and supplier management costs, and streamline compliance," the company said
"Beyond supply, we have a suite of services including efficiency, financing, renewables, and storage for customers who want to explore the broader energy value chain," said Mike Liskey, Regional Vice President at ENGIE Resources.
ENGIE now services a total of seven natural gas markets. The company entered natural gas markets in Ohio and Illinois in September 2018 and in New York, when it acquired Plymouth Rock Energy in December 2018.