Start-up "OE Retail Services" Seeks Ohio Broker License
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Start-up OE Retail Services LLC applied for an Ohio electric broker/aggregator license to serve commercial, mercantile, and industrial customers in all service areas.
OE Retail Services LLC is a member-managed limited liability company and managed by One Energy Enterprises LLC.
According to its website, "One Energy is an industrial power company and the largest installer of on-site wind energy in North America. A vertically integrated Midwest-based company, our company develops, designs, constructs, owns and operates on-site wind projects for large commercial and industrial facilities. We call our process Wind for Industry. By consistently delivering quality projects and displaying superior customer service, we have earned the long-term trust of world-class companies and are building the customer-centric grid of the future."
"OE Retail Services LLC was formed as a business entity on January 22, 2019 for the purpose of becoming
a CRES in Ohio. OE Retail Services LLC currently has no business activities. It will begin conducting
business as a CRES upon application approval and registration with relevant utilities. Its principal
business interest is providing brokerage and aggregation services to its customers," the company said in its application
While "OE" is derived from the parent's name "One Energy", the abbreviation "OE" is also used in Ohio by distribution utility Ohio Edison, a FirstEnergy company. OE Retail Services LLC and One Energy are not affiliated with Ohio Edison or FirstEnergy