This group energy program is tailor made for cities," states CEO, Steve Wilson. "It helps citizens find lower utility rates – while also generating needed revenue.
DALLAS, TX (PRWEB) July 27, 2011
Texzon Utilities, LTD (Texzon) recently introduced a new service – City Energy Group-- that provides citizens low energy rates, while at the same time providing the city an additional revenue stream. The extensive options in newly deregulated markets are often confusing to residents. This program will enable them to receive highly competitive rates from established providers. City Energy Group was created as a result of Texzon’s experience in the industry and their recognition that many cities are looking for creative new ways to raise funds. A portion of every kilowatt-hour used by residents and businesses in the program will be paid to the city. Licensed with the Public Utility Commissions of Texas, Ohio and Pennsylvania, Texzon/City Energy Group (CEG) has established marketing agreements with most of the major energy companies across the nation and has helped thousands of residents and businesses lower their rates. "This group energy program is tailor made for cities," states CEO, Steve Wilson. "It helps citizens find lower utility rates – while also generating needed revenue.”
City Energy Group offers competitive energy rates from multiple providers rather than representing one single energy provider who may not offer competitive rates to consumers at any given time. For additional information on City Energy Group go to: http://www.cityenergygroup.com
In 2002, Texzon started brokering electricity in the deregulated markets. In 2008, Texzon was recognized in Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the "Hot 100" Fastest Growing Businesses in America. Inc. Magazine also listed Texzon as a top 20 energy company in "The Inc. 500." Texzon currently operates in Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Texzon is also a developer of green energy storage technology, as well as green Landfill Gas Recovery (Biogas) and Combined Heat & Power projects in U.S. markets.
Steve Wilson, CEO