Ambit Energy expands service in Ohio


Staff reports



DALLAS — Ambit Energy, the world’s largest direct seller of energy and a leading national retail energy provider, today announced enrollment is now available to an estimated 515,000 residential and small commercial electric customers in the Dayton Power & Light service area.

“Since entering Ohio in 2015, the feedback from our customers has been extremely positive, which is why we are thrilled to continue extending our reach to meet demand,” said Jere Thompson, Jr., co-founder and CEO of Ambit Energy. “Our rapid growth in the state also enables us to create additional opportunities for current and future Independent Consultants, who are successful because of the value and service Ambit is able to offer Ohio residents.”

Ambit began offering residential and small commercial electric services to AEP Ohio customers in 2015 and quickly expanded electric and gas services throughout the state. Customers may also sign up with Ambit in the Duke Energy and Columbia Gas of Ohio service areas, as well as within the three First Energy areas of Ohio Edison, Toledo Edison and Illuminating Company.

Founded in 2006 by Thompson and Chris Chambless, Ambit provides electricity and natural gas services in deregulated markets in 16 states and Washington D.C., primarily using a direct sales channel of more than 400,000 Independent Consultants. The company has more than 1.3 million customers nationwide and recorded revenue of $1.198 billion in 2016.

For information about Ambit Energy’s rates and services, or about the opportunity to join the Ambit Energy team, visit www.ambitenergy.com or call (877) 282-6248.

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