Serving These Areas, and Expanding Fast

 

The Product for Everyone Ambit wouldn't be in business if it weren't for energy deregulation, a trend that's sweeping the nation. Thanks to deregulation, people can now choose their energy provider in markets across the country instead of being forced to use the sole incumbent energy provider. Wondering where Ambit Energy provides energy services? Check out this handy list, which tells you the markets in which Ambit is currently active.

 

Residential & Small Commercial Market Service Area

 

1. Texas

A. Electricity service in the Oncor (TXU) (northern, western and central Texas) service area includes Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth, Irving, Midland, Odessa, Plano, Richardson, Round Rock, Tyler, Waco and CenterPoint (Reliant) (Houston metropolitan area) service area includes Baytown, Galveston, Houston, Humble, Kingwood, Pasadena, and Sugar Land and AEP North, AEP Central, and TNMP (western and northern central Texas and the Gulf Coast region) AEP North (WTU Retail Energy) service area includes Abilene, Alpine, San Angelo, Vernonand AEP Central (CPL Retail Energy) service area includes Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Laredo, McAllen, San Benito, Victoria and Texas New Mexico Power (First Choice Power) service area includes Lewisville and various cities throughout Texas and Sharyland Utilities service area includes 29 counties throughout Texas, with major concentrations in the western, central and northern parts of the state and Sharyland Utilities-McAllen service areaincludes 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, Penelec areas 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 Pennsylvania services 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 areas covers 10 counties across eastern Pennsylvania UGI Central Penn area provides service to key markets through the middle of the state and UGI Penn Natural Gas area 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 Pepco area 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 and NHEC areas serving nine of the 10 counties in New Hampshire while reaching 115 towns and cities and Liberty Utilities areas primarily in the south and west part of the state and Unitil areas 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 Power areas in central and southern Maine and Emera Maine areas of Bangor Hydro District in the southeast service areas.

 

Coverage Maps

  1. Texas Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  2. New York Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  3. Illinois Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  4. Maryland Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  5. Pennsylvania Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  6. New Jersey Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  7. Connecticut Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  8. Massachusetts Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  9. Washington D.C Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  10. California Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  11. Rhode Island Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  12. Delaware Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  13. New Hampshire Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  14. Virginia Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)
  15. Maine Ambit Energy Coverage Map (PDF)

How Big Is This Opportunity?

The Power of Choice As the energy industry enters open markets; possibilities abound in this new, deregulation arena. Because energy is something everyone uses, the energy industry is now a prime business opportunity. With the creation of competition in an industry in which there was once none, customers can, for the first time, choose their energy provider. There are currently 44 states in various stages of deregulation. Below is a List of Energy Deregulated States in the United States.

 
State Electricity Gas
Alabama No No
Alaska No No
Arizona Yes (Partial) No
Arkansas No Yes
California Yes (Partial) Yes (Partial)
Connecticut Yes Yes
Colorado No Yes
Delaware Yes No
Florida No Yes
Georgia No Yes
Hawaii No No
Idaho No No
Illinois Yes Yes
Indiana No Yes
Iowa No No
Kansas No Yes
Kentucky No Yes
Louisiana No No
Maine Yes Yes
Maryland Yes Yes
Massachusetts Yes Yes
Michigan Yes (Partial) Yes (Partial)
Minnesota No Yes
Mississippi No Yes
Missouri No Yes
Montana No No
Nebraska No Yes
Nevada No No
New Hampshire Yes Yes
New Jersey Yes Yes
New Mexico No Yes
New York Yes Yes
North Carolina No No
North Dakota No No
Ohio Yes Yes
Oklahoma No Yes
Oregon Yes (Partial) No
Pennsylvania Yes Yes
Rhode Island Yes Yes
South Carolina No Yes
South Dakota No Yes
Tennessee No Yes
Texas Yes Yes
Utah No Yes
Vermont No No
Virginia No Yes
Washington No Yes
Washington DC Yes Yes
West Virginia No Yes
Wisconsin No Yes
Wyoming No Yes
 

Map of Deregulated States - Energy Deregulation Map of United States - Energy Deregulation by States