|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 05:57 PM EDT||
OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nordic Energy Services, LLC www.nordicenergy-us.com announced this week that it has been approved by the New Jersey Public Utility Commission to become an alternative electric supplier to the approximate 3.8 million customers in PSE&G, JCPL and ACE utilities in the state of New Jersey.
"We look forward to providing both residential and commercial customers in New Jersey outstanding customer service and custom pricing solutions," said Jim Deering, President of Nordic Energy Services. "Nordic offers custom pricing for each and every commercial account. This means better pricing for high load factor customers which means our independent agents can offer more competitive pricing to their customers."
Currently, most alternative electric suppliers offer a single fixed rate to all program subscribers. Under Nordic's custom pricing program, each customer receives unique pricing based on a complete energy review. This can be accomplished quickly through Nordic's unique online Portal, which allows their internal sales force and outside agents to provide pricing within minutes and have access to executable contracts at any time.
Nordic Energy's Expansion Plans
The entry into New Jersey is just one of nine new states the company plans to roll out services to in the coming year. Nordic will also offer electric services to customers in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, California and Michigan by the end of year.
"Our goal is to continually provide all our current customers and new customers with the most high quality service and efficient programs to control their energy future," said Deering.
Nordic currently supplies natural gas and electricity with related services to residential and commercial customers behind five utilities in Illinois, five utilities in Ohio, two utilities in Pennsylvania, two utilities in Maryland and one utility in Indiana.
Nordic Energy Services, LLC (www.nordicenergy-us.com) is an independently owned, Chicago-based, Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES) and Alternative Gas Supplier (AGS). Working toward its mission of being a fully integrated energy provider, Nordic also produces oil and natural gas commodities. For their commercial customers, Nordic offers customized risk management and hedging solutions, energy scheduling, and bill audit services.
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