Glacial Energy Blog

Glacial Energy Rejects Blood Diamond Accusations

In August of 2011, Glacial Energy was accused in a lawsuit of being a “racketeering enterprise” and secretly funneling revenue from customers to fund a blood diamond mining operation in the Congo. In an attempt to create a scandal, this lawsuit was filed by Michael Petras, a disgruntled former business associate of Gary Mole, CEO [...]

Glacial Energy Hires New Chief Operating Officer, Paul Konikowski

Here is our press release on our new Chief Operating Officer, Paul Konikowski: “January, 2012 Paul Konikowski was appointed Chief Operating Officer for Glacial Energy– Glacial Energy is pleased to announce that Paul Konikowski was recently appointed the company’s Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Paul will oversee the operation, planning and system integration for [...]

Glacial Energy Hires New Executive Vice President of Portfolio Management

Here is our press release on our new Executive Vice President of Portfolio Management, Juliana Claussen Konikowski: “January, 2012 Juliana Claussen Konikowski appointed Executive Vice President of Portfolio Management for Glacial Energy– Glacial Energy is pleased to announce that Juliana Claussen Konikowski was recently appointed the company’s Executive Vice President of Portfolio Management. In this [...]

UPDATED: Glacial Energy’s Official Response to the PUCT

Below is our official statement concerning the PUCT recommendation issued on January 9th, 2012: “On January 6, 2012, the staff of the Public Utilities Commission of Texas (“PUCT”) issued a Notice of Violation and on January 9, 2012 issued a Petition Seeking Revocation to Glacial Energy. This Notice and Petition will be vigorously contested by Glacial [...]

A Note to Our Valued Customers and Business Partners

Recently, Glacial Energy has become the target of a frivolous lawsuit and allegations which have resulted in inflammatory news articles. We believe the claims being made are not only absolutely untrue, but were made solely in an effort to damage our Company’s reputation and promote public scandal. This lawsuit was brought by an individual who [...]

Another Satisfied Customer!

To whom it may concern, My Hotel, ____________ has been using Glacial Energy Electricity and Natural Gas services since the rate cap expiration in January of 2011. Their exceptional customer service team has been extremely helpful to me and there has never been more than a 2 minute wait time on the phone. Answering all [...]

West Milford Rotary Annual Golf Outing and Fundraiser

On 5/18/11, Glacial Energy was a “Hole Sponsor” and Donor for the West Milford Rotary Annual Golf Outing and Fundraiser in NJ.  This event is the West Milford Rotary’s largest and most important fundraiser of the year.  Glacial Energy’s sponsorship and donation will go towards supporting local volunteer firefighters, ambulance squads, high school events and [...]

Glacial Energy enters two year agreement to supply the Collier Townships electricity.

(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 [...]

CHBA enters into an energy supply agreement with Glacial Energy.

(January, 2010- Chestnut Hill, PA) In January, The Chestnut Hill Business Association (CHBA) using its initiative Chestnut Hill Electric Alternative Program (CHEAP) changed its preferred electric supplier to Glacial Energy for all participating businesses. The CHBA is a membership organization for 125 retailers and restaurants in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania and currently has more than 200 [...]

Glacial Energy is state option as AEP backs out of settlement with PUCO to freeze electricity rates.

(January 25, 2011- Central Ohio) American Electric Power (AEP) abruptly decided to withdraw from a proposed settlement put forward by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). The primary basis of the proposal specified that the rate cap for AEP Columbus Southern Power customers would change to 0 percent from 6 percent, not allowing any [...]

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