Residential & Commercial Energy Fact Sheet

 

Flip the Switch Ambit Energy is a residential and commercial energy provider that is making a difference for energy consumers in Texas, New York, Illinois, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Washington D.C, California, Rhode Island, Delaware, New Hampshire, Virginia and Maine. With more markets opening up each year – That’s why customers are choosing Ambit Energy for the best choice in energy today. We provide energy to the following customers to specific markets in these deregulated states:

 
  • Texas – Electricity for residential and small business customers
  • New York – Electricity and natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Illinois – Electricity and natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Maryland – Electricity and natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Pennsylvania – Electricity and natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • New Jersey – Electricity and natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Connecticut – Electricity for residential and small business customers
  • Massachusetts – Natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Washington D.C – Electricity and natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • California – Natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Rhode Island – Electricity for residential and small business customers
  • Delaware – Electricity for residential and small business customers
  • New Hampshire– Electricity for residential and small business customers
  • Virginia – Natural gas for residential and small business customers
  • Maine– Electricity for residential and small business customers

Our customers enjoy significant savings and an attractive travel rewards program. Additionally, through our Free Energy Program, customers can reduce or eliminate their energy charges each month by referring friends and associates to use Ambit Energy service.

We acquire our customers through a network of Independent Sales Consultants. In the highly-competitive market for energy consumers, this acquisition strategy has proven to be the most effective way to gather loyal customers. In fact, it has allowed us to be among the fastest-growing retail energy providers in the markets in which we operate.

Systemic Success We’re well-capitalized and powered by BlueNet™, an integrated customer management and billing system designed by our IT team for use by Ambit Energy and its licensees. This comprehensive and patented software engine manages all aspects of the customer life-cycle, from the utility transactions that take place between customers and transmission providers, to Web-based account management tools to billing and collections of all energy accounts.

Further, we have forged an energy purchasing agreement with one of the largest energy producers in the world, which allows us to forecast energy costs accurately and, in turn, provide highly competitive pricing to our customers.

Company Facts

ExecutiveLeadership:

Jere Thompson, Jr., Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder
Chris Chambless, Chief Marketing Officer and Co-founder
John Burke, Chief Information Officer
Laurie Rodriguez, Chief Financial Officer

Locations:

Corporate headquarters: Dallas, Texas
Operations/Call Center headquarters: Plano, Texas

Growth:

Five-year (2009 – 2013) revenue growth: 375%
Five-year (2009 – 2013) employee growth: 374%
Five-year (2009 – 2013) customer growth: 429%

 

Q: When was Ambit found?
A: Ambit Energy Found in 2006 in Dallas TX

Q: Where is Ambit doing business?
A: Doing business in 14 states and Washington DC:

Q: How big is Ambit's Market?
A: $71.9 Billion Current energy market

Q: How Many customers could we reach out too?
A: 53.6 Million Potential customers

Q: What has Ambit done so far?
A: Over 250,000 Ambit consultants and growing
Over 1 Million customers and growing

28 consultants have reached $1 million in earnings
6 consultants have reached $5 million in earnings

Paid out $4.3 million in free energy 2013

Paid out over $100 million in commission in 2014

Ambit reached $1 billion in revenues in 7 years Just in a few states
Compare to other giants doing business worldwide:

  • Ebay in 7 years
  • Apple in 6 years
  • Facebook in 6 years
  • Google in 5 years
  • Amazon in 4 years
 

Our Service Areas

1. Texas

A.     Electricity service in the Oncor (northern, western and central Texas), CenterPoint (Houston metropolitan area), AEP North, AEP Central, and TNMP (western and northern central Texas and the Gulf Coast region) and Sharyland Utilities areas offers service in 29 counties throughout Texas, with major concentrations in the western, central and northern parts of the state and Sharyland Utilities-McAllen areas providing service to the cities of Mission and McAllen in south Texas service areas.

2. New York

A.     Electricity and natural gas service in the ConEdison areas of New York City and Westchester County, National Grid (formerly Niagara Mohawk) areas of upstate New York, NYSEG areas of upstate and most of southern New York, Rochester Gas & Electric areas of upstate New York, Orange & Rockland areas of northwestern suburbs of New York City and Central Hudson areas of Mid-Hudson River Valley service areas.

B.     Natural gas service in the National Grid (formerly KeySpan) areas of Long Island, Metro and Upstate and National Fuel Gas areas of western New York service area.

3. Illinois

A.     Electricity service in the ComEd (northern region) and Ameren areas of Central and Southern Illinois service area.

B.     Natural gas service in the Nicor (northern third of the state), Peoples Gas areas of Chicago and North Shore Gas areas of Chicago suburbs service area.

4. Maryland

A.     Electricity and natural gas service in the Baltimore Gas & Electric areas of Baltimore and central Maryland service areas.

B.     Electricity service in the PEPCO areas of Montgomery and Prince George’s counties service areas, Potomac Edison areas of Western region of Maryland and Delmarva Power & Light areas of the eastern shore of Maryland service area.

C.     Natural gas service in the Washington Gas areas of Maryland service areas.

5. Pennsylvania

A.     Electricity and natural gas service in the PECO areas of(southeastern region) service area.

B.     Electricity service in the PPL (formerly Pennsylvania Power and Light) areas of 29 counties in (central and eastern region), Duquesne Light areas of (southwestern region), West Penn Power areas of southwestern, north central and southern border of Pennsylvania, Penn Power areas of west central Pennsylvania/Ohio border in parts of Crawford, Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver and Butler Counties, Penelecareas of northern and central Pennsylvania, which includes portions of Montgomery, Chester, Bucks and Delaware Counties and Med-Ed (formerly Metropolitan Edison) areas of southern and south eastern areas of Pennsylvania and UGI Electric powers parts of northeastern Pennsylvaniaservices areas.

C. Natural gas service in the Columbia Gas areas of Pittsburgh and (western region), National fuel Gas areas of (northwestern region) including Erie and Sharon and Peoples Natural Gas areas of (southwestern region) UGI Gas areascovers 10 counties across eastern Pennsylvania UGI Central Pennarea provides service to key markets through the middle of the state and UGI Penn Natural Gasarea serves more than 155,000 residential and commercial Customers service area.

6. New Jersey

A.     Electricity and natural gas service in the PSE&G areas of (Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Mercer County, Middlesex County and Union County) service area.

B.     Electricity service in the Jersey Central Power and Light areas of (northwestern and eastern region), Atlantic City Electric areas of (southern region) and Rockland Electric areas of (northeastern region) along the New York border service areas.

C.     Natural gas service in the South Jersey Gas areas of (Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Salem counties and parts of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties) and New Jersey Natural Gas areas of (mid-coast region) service areas.

7. Connecticut

A.     Electricity service in the United Illuminating areas of Greater New Haven and Bridgeport and Connecticut Light & Power areas that stretches the width of Connecticut and includes Hartford, Waterbury and portions of New Haven service areas.

8. Massachusetts

A.     Electricity and Natural gas service in the National Grid areas of Boston and most of northeastern Massachusetts, as well as areas in the southeast and mid-state and Eversource provides energy to more than 80 cities and towns in Massachusetts, including Boston and the surrounding service areas.

9. Washington D.C

A.     Electricity service in the Pepcoarea throughout Washington, D.C.service areas.

B.     Natural gas service in the Washington Gas areas of Washington, D.C. service areas.

10. California

A.     Natural gas service in the PG&E areas of Humboldt to Santa Barbara County service areas.

11. Delaware

A.     Electricity service in the Delmarva Power & Light areas from Dover to Wilmington counties throughout Delaware service areas.

12. Rhode Island

A.     Electricity service in the National Grid areas of nearly all of Rhode Island aside from parts of Burrillville County service areas.

13. New Hampshire

A.     Electricity service in the Public Service of New Hampshireareas from Berlin to Nashua County andNHECareas serving nine of the 10 counties in New Hampshire while reaching 115 towns and cities and Liberty Utilitiesareas primarily in the south and west part of the state and Unitilareas covering the south central and southeastern regions of the state service areas.

14. Virginia

A.     Natural gas service in the Washington Gas areas across northeastern Virginia from Fredrick to Lancaster Countyand Columbia Gas areas serves more than 86 communities in the central and eastern part of the state service areas.

 

15. Maine

A.     Electricity service in the Central Maine Powerareas in central and southern Maine andEmera Maineareas of Bangor Hydro District in the southeast service areas.