Glacial Energy Blog

Glacial Energy becomes a sponsor for Dunkin Donuts Independent Franchise Owners.

(Friday 7th, January. 2011)

Glacial Energy, a national supplier of electricity and natural gas, has recently entered into a sponsorship agreement with the Dunkin Donuts Independent Franchise Owners (DDIFO).

The DDIFO has grown substantially over the past year following a merger between the Midwest Dunkin Donuts Franchise Association and the Independent Association of Franchise Owners and now represents over 2400 locations in the U.S.

After being selected as a DDIFO sponsor, Glacial Energy representatives were invited to exhibit at the Dunkin Donuts National Members Meeting. This event was held on September 21st in the Cabaret Theatre at Mohegan Sun, Connecticut. The recent growth of the DDIFO was the focus of the meeting “United Now . . . More Than Ever because we all know that with greater numbers and greater unity comes greater strength for the organization,� said DDIFO President Jim Coen.

Glacial Energy looks forward to working alongside the DDIFO to provide Dunkin Donut franchisees with competitive energy pricing. The Glacial Energy advantage is month to month agreements and indexed based pricing aimed at providing customers with savings of up to 20% on their current utility bills.

Glacial Energy supplies energy to commercial, industrial and institutional customers in 16 deregulated electricity markets and 11 natural gas markets. For more information on Glacial Energy and DDIFO visit or go to the Glacial Energy website

Glacial Energy to Sponsor Channel Partners Energy Institute Workshop

(Las Vegas, NV – December 16, 2010)

Virgo Publishing, the promoter of the 2011 Channel Partners Conference and Expo, announced this week, that Glacial Energy would be sponsoring the Energy Institute Workshop during the March 13 – 15 show being held in Las Vegas, NV at the Aria Resort and Casino.  The workshops being held on March 13 represent an ideal opportunity for potential and existing Channel Partners to become educated on a wide variety of topics concerning energy products, services and sales. For more information on the Energy Institute workshops, visit

Glacial Energy, one of the fastest growing electricity and natural gas suppliers in the United States, looks forward to their first sponsorship at the Channel Partners Conference and Expo. This is the second year Glacial Energy will exhibit at the Conference and representatives at Glacial Energy are excited to introduce some new products to the Channel Partners..

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Glacial Energy receives ‘Preferred Vendor of the Year’ award from Burger King.

(Thursday 9th December. 2010. Key Biscayne. FL)

Glacial Energy, a national supplier of electricity and natural gas, was recently awarded the “Newcomer of the Year Award� while attending Burger King’s “Celebration!! 2010� Convention.

The Celebration!! 2010 Convention for franchisees of participating Burger King regional associations was held at the Ritz Carlton in Key Biscayne, Florida. In attendance were individuals representing approximately 3000 Burger King franchises primarily from the Mid West and New England area.

Representatives from Glacial Energy were invited to exhibit at the convention as a major sponsor and were humbled by the Newcomer of the Year Award. Since entering the energy market in 2005 Glacial Energy has been one of the fastest growing retail energy suppliers in the United States, currently selling power and serving commercial, industrial and institutional customers in 16 deregulated electricity markets and 11 natural gas markets.

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Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council Switches Electric Generation Supplier

(Wednesday December 8, 2010)

The Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC), a non-profit governmental energy aggregator recently signed a nine year agreement with FirstEnergy Solutions to replace Gexa as the electric generation supplier. NOPEC is currently an energy aggregator in 126 communities throughout Northeast Ohio.

The agreement begins on January 1, 2011 so business owners must opt out prior to that date or they will continue with NOPEC. The next opt out period is in three years and if they switch to a competitive supplier prior to the next period the business will incur a fine ranging from $50 to $300.

If a business opts out prior to January 1st and contracts with a retail electric suppliers such as Glacial Energy, they will incur no cancelation fee. Glacial Energy is a licensed Competitive Retail Electric Supplier in Ohio offering unique month-to-month agreements and indexed based pricing.   While the NOPEC program with FirstEnergy Solutions is expected to generate savings for their customers of 4%, a commercial business switching to Glacial Energy can expect to see increased savings of up to 15%.

The NOPEC opt out process has been made straightforward with Glacial Energy. Visit for more information.

Glacial Energy To Exhibit New Product Line At Globalcon 2011 Expo

(December 2, 2010 – Philadelphia. PA) Glacial Energy to exhibit at Globalcon 2011 Expo with new product lines – Glacial Energy, a national supplier of electricity and natural gas, will be exhibiting at the Globalcon 2011 Expo in Philadelphia being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Centre March 30 – 31. Globalcon 2011, presented by the Association of Energy Engineers, attracts decision makers from business, industry and the government with the focus on recent developments in the energy field, new technologies and comparing energy supply options.

Glacial Energy is one of the fastest growing retail energy suppliers in the United States. Since the Globalcon 2010 Expo, its affiliate, Glacial Natural Gas, Inc., has entered the natural gas market. The experienced representatives at Glacial Energy look forward to introducing its new product lines at the upcoming Globalcon 2011 Expo. For more information on the Expo please visit

Glacial Energy, led by Gary Mole, provides commercial, industrial and institutional customers electricity in 16 deregulated markets with unique month to month contracts and superior customer service. Glacial Natural Gas, Inc. is currently supplying natural gas in 11 states. Visit Glacial Energy at for more information or follow Glacial Energy on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce Offers Members Discount Electric

LANSDALE — The PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce hopes to provide reduced electricity rates to its members.

To that end, the chamber has teamed up with County Electric’s Energy Solutions Group.

The group can help businesses offset the increases created by the deregulation of the electricity market, according to Greg O’Brien, vice president of the County Electric Supply, located at 1111 N. Broad St., Hatfield Township.

“The savings could be between 10 and 15 percent,” O’Brien said.

On Jan. 1 the expiration of rate generation caps — as determined by the Electric Choice Act of 1997 — is expected to add an additional 10 to 20 percent cost for all users in the PECO territory, according to O’Brien.

Two group partners — Glacial Energy and Henderson Energy Consulting LLC — were represented by former Philadelphia Flyer Dave Schultz and former Philadelphia 76ers guard Gerald Henderson, respectively, at the chamber headquarters in Lansdale.

Glacial Energy utilizes a streamlined business model with an advanced back office infrastructure to address the needs of its commercial and industrial customer base, chamber President Robert Zelnick said.

The company will negotiate competitive supply rates for any business that signs up for the service, according to O’Brien.

“Most business owners are very aware of the coming change,” said Schultz, a business development manger with Glacial Energy. “They have been inundated with phone calls. Most understand what I am saying when I talk about this.”

Glacial Energy — in business since 2005 — operates in all 15 states where electricity rates have been deregulated, according to Schultz.

“Every entity, and every person, should change their suppliers,” he said.

Henderson Energy Consulting — based in Blue Bell — provides energy consulting, financial feasibility studies, complete energy audits, curtailment services and demand response, turnkey project management and utility procurement strategies, according to its Web site.

Gerald Henderson is the company president. - The Reporter

Village Trustees Approve Agreement with Glacial Energy To Purchase Electricity For Village

Village trustees approved entering into an agreement with Glacial Energy of Elmhurst to purchase electricity for village use.

Trustees heard a presentation Thursday from Roger Dillon with Glacial Energy. Dillon explained that the village currently has 17 different meters at different village locations.

According to Dillon, Glacial Energy buys electricity daily on the open market and then sells it to municipalities and businesses.

The village buys electricity from Ameren Illinois. Dillon said the village would save a minimum of $6,200 a year by buying from Glacial Energy and the savings could be more if Ameren Illinois raises its rates.

The agreement with Glacial Energy can be terminated with a 30-day notice by either party.

Glacial Energy Helps Sponsor Penguins Pascal Dupuis Visit To BCB

The Altoona Curve are pleased to announce that an appearance by Pittsburgh Penguins right-winger Pascal Dupuis will headline the fan experience at Blair County Ballpark on Thursday, August 26 at 5:30 p.m. in a twin bill against the Richmond Flying Squirrels.

Dupuis will sign autographs on the concourse for 90 minutes during the game and throw out the night’s ceremonial first pitch. Dupuis’ appearance at BCB is made possible through a partnership with the Altoona Trackers, Glacial Energy, and Advanced Chiropractic.

“At first viewed as a secondary addition in the Marian Hossa trade, Pascal has become a fixture on Sidney Crosby’s line,� said Altoona Curve General Manager Rob Egan. “With the popularity of hockey growing in our part of the region given the Pens’ recent success, it makes perfect sense to welcome in one of the more popular members of their roster.�

In addition to Dupuis’ appearance, fans can also enjoy the final Thirsty Thursday promotion of the 2010 season where 16 ounce Yuengling draft beers will cost just $2 and 22 ounce fountain sodas just $1.50.

Glacial Energy BDM and NHL Flyers Legend, Dave Schultz, Wants To Become U.S. Citizen

Broad Street Bully. Enforcer. The Hammer. Dave Schultz has been called many things, but never a U.S. citizen. After nearly 40 years in the United States, Schultz, 60, will soon begin the journey toward citizenship.  And, he says, so will fellow Flyers alums Orest Kindrachuk, Bob Kelly and Bill Clement, now a Flyers broadcaster, all of whom Schultz says were encouraged to become citizens by U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, who is a pal of former Flyers defenseman Bob Dailey. A Flyers spokesman says that former Flyers assistant coach Jack McIlhargey is also starting the naturalization process. “We’re gonna get it done. They’re good people. They’re not terrorists. Although some of them were terrorists on the ice,� said Brady, who performed Tuesday at the 20th annual Stu Bykofsky Candidates Comedy Night at Finnigan’s Wake (3rd & Spring Garden), where Schultz revealed his citizenship plans and said that since the United States and the Philadelphia area had always been so good to him he wanted to become an American. Schultz, a two-time Stanley Cup champion who still holds the record for most penalty minutes in a season (472), now works as a business development manager for Glacial Energy, in Voorhees. — Philadelphia Daily News

Glacial Energy’s Marni Migliaccio Speaks At Recent Energent and World Telecom Group Webinar

Marni Migliaccio – Energent’s channel manager from Glacial Energy speaks at recent Energent and World Telecom Group (WTG) webinar.  To read more, visit

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