Dan Verbanac, President
Integrys Energy Services
- Established in 1994.
- Diversified nonregulated energy supply and services company, which also owns and operates various renewable and traditional nonregulated energy generation facilities.
- Principal energy marketing operations include Illinois, Maine, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Delaware, West Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Subsidiaries own and/or operate energy assets in New York, California, Arizona, Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
- Provides retail natural gas and electric products in nonregulated energy markets in the United States.
- Develops, acquires, owns and operates clean, renewable, and efficient energy savings throughout the United States
- 220 employees.
- Operates in the retail nonregulated energy marketplace.
- Emphasis is on serving aggregated residential and small commercial, large commercial and industrial customers in the United States.
- Geographic footprint includes services to the northeast quadrant of the United States.
Products and Services
- Provides individualized energy supply solutions, structured products, and strategies that allow customers to manage energy needs while capitalizing on opportunities resulting from deregulation.
- Provides natural gas, electric, and alternate fuel products, real-time energy management services, energy utilization consulting, and project development and management.
- Provides market management services and optimization of energy assets in the competitive marketplace.
- Provides 24-7 access to your account information, including usage, billing, payments, and analysis reporting.
- Generation areas of expertise include cogeneration, distributed generation, generation from renewables, and generation plant repowering projects.
- 30 megawatts of fluidized bed generation in Pennsylvania fueled with waste coal material.
- 200 megawatts of combined cycle generation facilities in upstate New York powered by natural gas.
- 50-megawatt cogeneration facility in Combined Locks, Wisconsin fueled by natural gas.
- 6 megawatts of generation in Illinois fueled by landfill gas
- 10 megawatts of solar generation in New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, California, Arizona.