ENMAX Commercial Services Inc., a subsidiary of ENMAX Corporation, is excited to announce that we've been selected as the new electricity retailer for The City of Edmonton and its properties. 2014 marks the beginning of our
five-year contract. The City of Edmonton estimates about $1 million in savings per year as a result of signing with ENMAX.
"We're pleased to provide electricity to The City of Edmonton – this is a great example of how the competitive electricity market in Alberta provides both residential and commercial customers with choice," said James McKee, Vice-President, Customer Energy Marketing for ENMAX.
The new agreement meets The City of Edmonton's needs for a cost-effective contract for supplying electricity to City-owned buildings, street lights, traffic signals and LRT systems. This contract will also include the Edmonton Public Library and all Edmonton Police Service buildings, and will allow the City's partner groups to take advantage of the rates secured through this agreement.
"We were selected by The City of Edmonton through a publicly tendered contract. Under this contract, we will be able to assist our customer with efficient energy strategies through our Energy Management expertise," said James. "It's an exciting time for both us and The City of Edmonton."
Currently, we supply electricity to other great Edmonton institutions such as the West Edmonton Mall, NAIT and the Edmonton Airport. The ENMAX group of companies provides electricity, natural gas and value-added services to over 835,000 residential, commercial and industrial metered customer locations in Alberta.
Customers are free to purchase natural gas services or electricity services from a retailer of their choice. For a list of retailers, visit ucahelps.alberta.ca or call 310-4822 (toll free in Alberta).
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