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 Forms MD/DC/VA Gas Policy Monitoring Group

May 30, 2012

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HARRISBURG, PA — The Retail Energy Supply Association has established a new regulatory policy monitoring group to advance retail natural gas competition issues in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. David Cetola was elected to chair the monitoring group.

“I’m excited that RESA’s membership has entrusted me with the responsibility to spearhead our efforts to promote and foster retail gas competition in Maryland, Virginia and D.C.,” Cetola said.

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For all media inquires, please contact:
Amy Power
214-693-2146

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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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