U.S. Gas & Electric Re-Launches as New York Gas & Electric in the State of New York

U.S. Gas & Electric will officially operate as New York Gas & Electric in the State of New York.

Miami, FL, June 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- U.S. Gas & Electric, its subsidiaries and family of companies (“USG&E”), a supplier of natural gas and electricity to commercial and residential consumers in a growing number of states, will now officially operate as New York Gas & Electric (“NYG&E”) in the State of New York.

Originally doing business as U.S. Gas & Electric, this exciting announcement is due to the firm's success in generating a strong presence with providing competitive energy pricing and a growing customer base in New York.

Since New York deregulated the state energy industry, New Yorkers have been looking for ways to reduce energy costs and have embraced their power to choose an energy provider for their homes and businesses. Doing business as NYG&E, the company will continue to provide highly competitive electricity and natural gas products ensuring a strong commitment to bringing superior value to customers. NYG&E will engage customers with interactive support via direct marketing strategies, innovative web technology, reward programs, and social marketing.

“This is a very exciting time for NYG&E,” stated Doug Marcille, Director, CEO and President of USG&E. “Our new brand in New York allows us to better reflect our geographic reach under the USG&E umbrella. We look forward to connecting with our existing and new customers and continuing to provide best class energy products and service in the Empire State.”

Current customers in New York will continue to receive one bill from the utility for their energy charges. The only change will be NYG&E listed as the energy supplier on the utility bill. For more information about NYG&E, please visit www.NYGandE.com.

About U.S. Gas & Electric
U.S. Gas & Electric, its subsidiaries and family of companies (“USG&E”), is a leading retail energy supplier to commercial and residential customers in Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. USG&E provides energy to customers with wide ranges of energy usage patterns and requirements and gives them the benefit of being a part of a large wholesale buying pool. The company relies on their market knowledge, internal efficiencies, and core capabilities to provide customers with the best possible pricing plans for the energy they provide. To date, USG&E has saved customers over $38 million on their natural gas and electricity supply. For more information, visit www.USGandE.com.
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Angela Bethge