Ambit Energy is expanding service into two more states, offering service in Delaware and Rhode Island starting Oct. 30, 2013. These will be the energy giant’s 10th and 11th states. The company is also expanding gas service in the Pennsylvania PECO gas territory.
Ambit enters Rhode Island with service for National Grid – Electricity. This is a potential 489,000 new customers. In Delaware, Ambit will open in the Delmarva Power & Light territory for Electricity service. This is a potential 480,000 customers. The Pennsylvania PECO gas territory offers a potential 480,000 gas customers. All of these new markets are open for residential and small commercial accounts.
These two new states give Ambit an even stronger presence in the Northeast where the company is already a leading retail energy provider in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Ambit Energy Delaware customer enrollments begin Oct. 30, as consultants can expand their businesses into these wide-open territories. Ambit Energy Rhode Island customer enrollments also begin Oct. 30. Customers interested in switching to Ambit can contact a consultant. The enrollment process takes just a few minutes and there are no contracts or credit checks for customers in these two states.
Ambit Energy is one of the fastest-growing retail energy providers in the country and is the largest direct sales energy company in the world with more than 1.2 million customers and a field of more than 250,000 independent consultants. More information about other Ambit’s service territories, national energy deregulation, and the opportunity to become an Ambit consultant can be found at JoinAmbitiousEnergy.com.