What is Energy Deregulation?

March 10, 2010 by Ambit Energy 

For as long as most of us can remember, public utilities have been operated as regulated monopolies. In the last few years, state by state, those utilities have been, or are being, deregulated. What does that mean? Before energy deregulation, one company provided all aspects of your electric service–generation, sales, delivery, billing, and support. After deregulation, some or all of these components were separated. The rules differ from state to state, but generally speaking, the power plants, salesmen, retail suppliers, billing companies, and delivery companies (the ones who own the poles and wires) are no longer a single company. In some states, like Texas, those are all separate companies now. This benefits you because now you have choices. Your options are not dictated to you by one company.

Ambit Energy has stepped up to the plate, and now competes as a retail energy company. Furthermore, Ambit Energy has created a dynamic marketing plan that allows its Independent Consultants to gather customers by simply educating their family, friends, and acquaintances about the benefits of rate competition in home energy! It is called one-to-one or network marketing and we believe it is the most powerful business model ever conceived. Anyone can do it.

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