Start-up ESCO Receives Finding That Initial New York Eligibility Requirements Have Been Met
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New York Department of Public Service Staff have informed start-up SelfServe Energy Corp that all requirements for its initial state of its eligibility determination as an ESCO have been satisfied
Staff's letter to SelfServe Energy Corp indicates that SelfServe Energy Corp will offer a Fixed Rate with Cap (Electric and Gas) Product and a
Renewable Electric Product to Mass Market and Large Commercial and Industrial customers in
New York State.
Staff advised SelfServe that, with the initial eligibility now satisfied, "Please be advised that you may now continue with the utility approval state of the
eligibility process by contacting those companies in whose service territories you intend to
participate. The utility stage normally consists of a creditworthiness determination, completion
of EDI Phase III Testing and the execution of any operating or billing service agreements. Each
utility’s eligibility requirements pertain to only their retail access programs."
Staff further noted, "Once you have satisfactorily completed the utility eligibility stage, Staff will be notified
by the utility of your success. Please notify Staff of the actual production date in the utility
service territories you intend to enroll customers. At that point Staff will confirm your final
eligibility requirements have been satisfied."
At the time of its initial registration filing in June 2022, which is the most recent non-redacted filing, Margaret M. Carey served as CEO and President of SelfServe Energy Corp