Energy deregulation continues to expand across the United States. More states are welcoming retail competition, which gives customers a choice in electricity and natural gas providers.
Ambit Energy, one of the largest and fastest-growing energy providers in the country, began offering service in Virginia and New Hampshire on March 31 to residential and small commercial customers (see the service area maps below). These are the 12th and 13th states in which Ambit offers service. In Virginia, Ambit is classified as a Competitive Service Supplier (CSS). The first market in the state in which Ambit will begin enrolling customers is there Washington Gas Light Company in Northern Virginia. There are no credit checks and no deposits required. And Virginia customers will continue to get their bill from their current delivery company, with Ambit listed as the energy supplier. Virginia plans include variable, three, six and 12-month plans.
The deregulated markets in New Hampshire offer a potential 500,000 electricity customers. Ambit Energy is a Competitive Electric Power Supplier (CEPS) in the Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) delivery territory. Like in Virginia, customers in New Hampshire will continue to receive their bills from their current delivery provider. And there are no credit checks and no deposits. Plans also include variable and term plans.
Residential customers in both states are eligible for the free energy program by referring just 15 customers. Ambit Energy Consultants can enroll customers and begin building their team in a ground-floor market. More markets will open up in the near future. To check rates in your area, click below.
Ambit Energy Virginia Service Area – Natural Gas
Ambit Energy New Hampshire Service Area – Electricity