|By Marketwired .||
|August 20, 2014 02:56 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/20/14 -- Choose Energy, the nation's leading energy marketplace, announced today a service milestone for company. As of the end of July, Choose Energy has procured 2.2 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) for its nearly 200,000 customers, both residential and commercial. To put that in perspective, 2.2 billion kWh would generate enough power to support Times Square in New York City for more than two years.
Residential customers account for more than 1.2 billion kWh sourced through Choose Energy, while commercial accounts equaled approximately 1 billion kWh. This equates to an energy spend of nearly $350 million in the 11 states where Choose Energy is available.
"This milestone is one to celebrate not just because it's a huge company achievement, but it's also a testament to the number of customers who have used Choose Energy to find the most cost-effective energy source for their homes and businesses," Kerry Cooper, CEO of Choose Energy, said. "We are excited by the pace of consumer adoption and to watch it increase at an accelerated rate. We look forward to reaching the 3 billion kWh benchmark in the next few months, as that means we are helping even more customers discover their best energy source."
Choose Energy provides its customers with a choice of energy providers, including an array of renewable energy sources such as solar or wind energy options, in deregulated areas where consumers can choose their supplier. In fact, 30 percent of the 2.2 billion kWh were from green energy sources.
For more information about Choose Energy, including a full list of states where the energy marketplace is available, please visit ChooseEnergy.com.
About Choose Energy
Choose Energy is an easy-to-use online marketplace that helps residents and businesses comparison-shop for their ideal energy supplier. Powered by a friendly customer service team and an accessible, user-friendly site, Choose Energy is a free online platform that provides a convenient and secure way for consumers to compare rates and plans for energy suppliers in their area -- and make the switch all in one place. Plans are curated from only reliable and trusted suppliers and provide renewable options as well as flexible pricing to ensure customers find the plan that best fits their needs -- shop online at ChooseEnergy.com or by phone at 1-855-419-8758. Choose Energy is available in 11 states currently, with additional states coming online in 2014.
To see the complete list: https://www.chooseenergy.com/electricity-locations/
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