are strategically positioned
to take advantage
of the wide-open markets deregulation has created.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 28, 2011
Texzon Utilities (Texzon) is expanding its services by offering a limited number of franchises in the recently deregulated electricity states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Texzon has successfully serviced the Texas market since 2002. As states deregulate, Texzon obtains approvals from the state regulatory agencies and leverages long-term relationships with the most respected power providers, paving the way for it’s franchisees.
An exciting new product for Franchisees is Texzon's recently launched City Energy Group "Revenue for Cities" program that helps businesses and citizens find lower electric rates, while at the same time providing cities an additional revenue stream.
Texzon takes the guesswork - and the hassle - out of choosing an electric provider. As an impartial advocate, Texzon offers competitive rates from multiple providers rather than representing one single energy provider. With many providers competing for the lowest rates, Texzon customers reap the benefits.
Texzon's ongoing market analysis gives customers the insight needed to make educated decisions regarding their electricity contracts.
The demand for energy is constant and growing. Energy monopolies are being dismantled, and now for the first time, many customers have a right to choose their energy provider. "Texzon Franchisees are strategically positioned to take advantage of the wide-open markets deregulation has created." said Steve Wilson, CEO.
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 is also a developer of green energy technology, as well as green Landfill Gas Recovery (Methane) and Combined Heat & Power projects in U.S. markets.
Steve Wilson, CEO