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Ambit Energy has announced that it will begin offering environmentally friendly electricity rate plans to residential customers in Texas and New York.

The company's new green service offerings, called Ambit Certified Green plans, are certified by a green pricing program to reduce the environmental impact of the energy used by Ambit Energy customers.

"By offering green electricity products, we enhance the ability of our consultants to provide service to customers in a growing market segment," says Chris Chambless, cofounder and chief marketing officer of Ambit Energy.

Dallas-based Ambit Energy provides electricity service to residential customers in the deregulated Texas and New York markets.


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