Online Retail Energy Marketplace WattBuy Seeks Broker Licenses In New States
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WattB, Inc., which operates the site WattBuy [wattbuy(dot)com], applied for a Maine electric broker/aggregator license to serve residential customers in all service areas.
WattB also applied for a District of Columbia electric broker license to serve residential customers
WattB recently received a broker license in Ohio and has pending applications in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New Jersey
WattB intends to seek broker licenses soon in Illinois, New Hampshire, Delaware, and Rhode Island
WattB is active in Texas, New York, Connecticut, and Ohio.
WattB said in a broker application that it, "is an energy intelligence and insights service that allows residents to compare and switch electricity plans in order to save money. Using machine learning to predict electricity usage, the WattB platform provides customers with smart recommendations of electricity suppliers, smart home devices, energy storage, and rooftop solar systems. The WattB vision is to provide the energy foundation for the connected home."
"WattB is creating a web-based marketplace for residential electricity customers, and our service is free for end consumer," the company said in an application