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We provide competitive energy supply solutions to
customers in the United States.

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Markets We Currently Serve

Markets We Will Serve Soon

  • Delaware
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Washington D.C.

Illinois

In 1997 Illinois passed two major laws, Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate Relief Law. These played a pivotal role in opening the deregulation of electric utilities.
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Connecticut

Connecticut’s electricity market opened up due to the Electricity Restructuring Act passed in 2003. The act created electric choice for all consumers.
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Maine

Beginning in March 2000, Maine’s electric industry was restructured to open the supply portion of electric service to a competitive market. Between 2000 and 2007 standard offer supply rates in Maine have increased by roughly 7%.
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Maryland

Maryland Electric Deregulation is the result of a bill passed in 1999.  This bill, the Electric Customer Choice and Competition Act of 1999, was passed though the Maryland General Assembly.
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Massachusetts

Restructuring occurred in the Massachusetts electricity market due to the Electricity Restructuring Act in November 1998. With the passing of this act , consumers have the ability to shop for a competitive electric supplier.
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New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s electricity market was restructured in 1997. With this law passed, consumers have the ability to shop for a competitive electric supplier similar to Mint Energy.
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Ohio

In July 1999, Ohio began restructuring its energy market with Senate Bill 3 (SB3) which gave consumers choice with their energy provider.
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Pennsylvania

In 1996, House Bill 1509, the Electricity Generation Customer Choice and Competition Act, was enacted. The law proposed a schedule whereby consumers could begin choosing among competitive generation suppliers.
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Rhode Island

Rhode Island’s electricity market became restructured in 1998. Initially rates were capped so low that no real competition occurred, these caps were lifted and electric rate increases were approved to keep pace with rising fuel costs.
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Delaware

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New Jersey

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New York

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Washington D.C.

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