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Our on-staff natural gas and electricity procurement experts are available to answer your questions about your energy usage.

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When deregulation removed the monopoly on energy supply, energy purchasers became free to direct their utility to use an alternative supplier to transport natural gas and electricity to their meter. This new competition allowed users to search out the lowest supply rate vs. paying “retail rates” directly from the utility.

In 1997, the Energy Cooperative was founded to provide businesses across New York State with the best purchase leverage in the state. Because it is a not-for profit member-owned cooperative, all savings are passed along to the members in lower natural gas and electric costs. The Cooperative buys energy at the lowest wholesale price and passes along those savings to our members for only a flat nominal administration fee based on volume used.

Who can be a member of the Cooperative?

Any New York State business or commercial operation can apply for membership and start saving on energy costs immediately.

These businesses include:

  • Manufacturing/Industrial operations
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes
  • Office buildings
  • Apartment complexes
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants

A Flat Nominal Fee Is All Our Members Pay

No mark-ups. No profit margin. We bill you the wholesale price we pay plus a nominal flat administrative fee based on the volume you use. There is no incentive for our members to buy energy at higher prices:

Here’s a current example of the fee:

Natural Gas:
Fee of $0.11 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf)

Fee of $0.0012 per kilowatt hour (Kwh)