Cupid’s Arrow Has Struck - Millions of Americans Have Fallen in Love with their Right to Choose Electric and Gas Suppliers

February 13, 2012

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Consumers in competitive states are finding many electric and gas suitors seeking to serve their energy needs and business and residential consumers are responding to these offers. Florists, jewelers, bakeries, restaurants and chocolatiers are among many small businesses choosing to take retail electric and gas supply.

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Together with our members, we play a critical role in educating key stakeholders and are active in support of or opposition to bills that affect competitive electricity markets, consumers, and RESA initiated legislation.

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What Do March Madness and Competitive Energy Markets Have in Common? Cheering Fans!

March 22, 2012

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Consumers in the ‘Sweet Sixteen’ of States and Washington, D.C. have teams of suppliers competing for their electric and natural gas business. As consumers across the United States cheer on their favorite college basketball teams and enjoy the annual March Madness of the NCAA Tournament, millions of consumers cheer on competitive electric and natural gas suppliers offering lower cost options, innovative product offerings, and unique affinity programs.

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About RESA

Together with our members, we play a critical role in educating key stakeholders and are active in support of or opposition to bills that affect competitive electricity markets, consumers, and RESA initiated legislation.

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RESA Welcomes Stream Energy to its Membership

April 17, 2012

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Harrisburg, Pa. – The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA), a leading trade association of retail energy suppliers committed to the advocacy of vibrant and sustainable competitive residential and commercial energy markets, today announced the addition of Stream Energy to its membership.

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Amy Power
214-693-2146
Stacey Gaswirth
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About RESA

Together with our members, we play a critical role in educating key stakeholders and are active in support of or opposition to bills that affect competitive electricity markets, consumers, and RESA initiated legislation.

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RESA Calls for Improvements to New Jersey Solar Legislation

June 5, 2012

TRENTON, NJ— The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA) is calling for important amendments to New Jersey solar energy legislation to ensure all electricity consumers in the state are treated equitably.

This week, the Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee will consider legislation (A-2966) that, as proposed, would increase the amount of Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs) that wholesale and retail electric suppliers are required to purchase. The New Jersey Senate passed similar legislation (S-1925) on May 31, 2012.

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Amy Power
214-693-2146
Stacey Gaswirth
214-213-4675

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About RESA

Together with our members, we play a critical role in educating key stakeholders and are active in support of or opposition to bills that affect competitive electricity markets, consumers, and RESA initiated legislation.

Read more about RESA

RESA Renews call to amendments to New Jersey Solar Bill

June 13, 2012

TRENTON, NJ— Solar energy legislation approved last week by the New Jersey Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee will result in solar electricity costs of $337 million to $435 million annually, increasing consumer costs by 5.5 percent to 7.1 percent, or $3.84 to $4.97 per megawatt-hour, beginning June 1, 2013.

With an anticipated June 21 vote by the full Assembly on the pending bill, the Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA) is renewing its call for important amendments to ensure all electricity consumers in the state are treated equitably.

Media Inquiries

For all media inquires, please contact:
Amy Power
214-693-2146
Stacey Gaswirth
214-213-4675

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About RESA

Together with our members, we play a critical role in educating key stakeholders and are active in support of or opposition to bills that affect competitive electricity markets, consumers, and RESA initiated legislation.

Read more about RESA

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