GDF SUEZ Energy Resources moves into Ohio retail electricity market

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Competitive retail electricity provider GDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA, has entered two new Ohio competitive retail electricity markets.

The move broadens the pricing options and product offerings available for large commercial and industrial customers in the AEP Ohio and Duke Energy service territories, according to GDF SUEZ

GDF SUEZ Energy Resources began pricing transactions on April 22 for service that starts June 2013. GDF SUEZ has served the Toledo Edison, Cleveland Electric Illuminating, Ohio Edison and Dayton Power & Light territories since June 2011.

To serve the central and southern Ohio markets, the retail electricity provider recently opened a sales office in Columbus and plans to hire additional sales people who will specifically focus on that region of the Buckeye State.

Parent company GDF SUEZ Energy North America also has in its portfolio a 609 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Luchey, Ohio.

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