Start-up Texas Retail Provider Marks 100,000 Residential Enrollments
Exploring Expansion To New Markets
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Pulse Power, a Texas retail electric provider, announced that late last week the company surpassed 100,000 residential enrollments, in less than eighteen months from launch.
Phillip Wills, Pulse Power's CFO, commented, "When you add that our company also turned net income positive in late 2019, it makes this incredible milestone even more impressive. We are not only growing at a remarkable rate, but we are adding customers that are profitable as well."
Pulse's primary sales channels are almost 100% digital, and the company said that, "the recent limitations imposed by the COVID-19 shutdowns have not significantly impacted sales volumes so far in 2020."
Rob Cantrell, Pulse Power's President, said that Pulse is exploring expansion into new markets and offering additional products
"We are constantly working to devise new plans and ideas for our customers so that we can better meet their energy needs," Cantrell said
Pulse Power also offers service under the affiliated brands Lone Star Energy, PowerNext, Energy to Go, and New Power Texas