(Wednesday, February 10, 2011 – Collier, PA) The Collier Township, a family based community located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, recently entered into a two year contract with Glacial Energy to supply electricity to all city owned property.. During a Commissioners meeting in December, members voted 4-0 to begin said contract with Glacial Energy. While Commissioner Kay Downey-Clark noted that Duquesne Light would remain the electric distributor for the town, Glacial Energy will become the electric supplier.
Glacial Energy is one of the fastest growing retail electric suppliers in the United States, currently serving commercial, industrial and institutional customers in 16 deregulated electricity markets and 15 natural gas markets. Glacial Energy unlike competitors, offer a variable index pricing product that can saves customers as much as 20% off the utility energy price.
One of the many advantages of having Glacial Energy as its supplier is the Collier Township and all customers have the ability to cancel contracts on a 30-day notice with no additional fees. For more information on Glacial Energy visit www.glacialenergy.com, or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.