Start-Up Retail Supplier Registers As New York ESCO, Renewables Focused
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Graystone Technologies, Inc. filed for registration as a New York ESCO.
Graystone Technologies listed its website as that of Eddy Energy, which describes itself as, "A new kind of energy company."
Eddy Energy on its website states, "We provide an easy way to switch to renewable power," and that it will offer 100% green energy.
Eddy Energy on its website states, "Initially we will launch in the New York City area, if you currently use ConEd as your utility you can use Eddy. We plan to quickly expand to the rest of New York State, and then other deregulated states."
Eddy Energy on its website states it has, "Simple pricing options that reflect the true cost of energy and give you the power to support green energy production. No excess fees, just a cleaner planet and a happier you."
Eddy Energy on its website states, "We provide you with the best possible price that reflects the true cost of energy. No misleading contracts or limited time offers. Your monthly bill may change depending on the market conditions. We work hard to limit increases to our members, and if energy prices go down, we quickly pass those savings on to you."
Eddy Energy on its website states, "The energy powering your home today isn’t clean. It’s also provided by a giant corporation with outdated technology and unnecessary fees. Eddy is different. We eliminate fees and invest in technology to reduce costs and pass on the savings to you. Saving the planet has never been easier."
Ben Doyle is listed as CEO of Graystone Technologies
Kate Doyle is listed as a marketing and secondary complaint contact for Graystone Technologies