18 Apr, 2012, 05:00 ET
HOUSTON, April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Think Energy, the competitive retail electricity provider specifically launched by GDF SUEZ Energy Resources to serve small business customers, announced today that it will expand its market presence to Texas, Pennsylvania, and New York in April.
The move advances Think Energy into five states, just three months after the company launched service in Massachusetts and Maryland.
"We have made a lot of progress in a relatively short period of time," said Deena Morgan, Vice President and General Manager of Think Energy. "Our fast, competitive pricing and easy-to-use information have been well received. We look forward to delivering these benefits to customers in Texas, Pennsylvania, and New York."
Morgan said Think Energy's ability to establish a foothold in the small business segment stems from other factors as well. These include offering products that have been developed specifically for smaller customers – competitive pricing received in less than a minute, easy-to-use online tools for signup and account management, and direct access to first-class customer service professionals.
"Typically, this level of service has been available only to large commercial and industrial customers," she continued. "But we have the retail expertise and resources in these deregulated markets to effectively bring those same advantages to smaller customers. In addition, we have the financial strength to assure customers that we'll be there for them today – and tomorrow.
"All of these reasons make Think Energy the right choice, and the smart choice, for small businesses in the markets we serve."
Prospective customers can find more information at the company's website, www.mythinkenergy.com, which features dynamic, real-time pricing and user-friendly processes that allow for fast, convenient signup.
About Think Energy
Think Energy provides retail electric services to small commercial customers in Massachusetts and Maryland, with services beginning in New York, Texas, and Pennsylvania in April 2012. For additional information, visit www.mythinkenergy.com or follow Think Energy on Twitter: @MyThinkEnergy; and Facebook: /MyThinkEnergy.
Think Energy is a subsidiary of GDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA, one of the largest non-residential retail energy suppliers in the U.S.
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