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Financial Stability

The financial stability of your electricity provider can directly affect your business and its budget. The GDF SUEZ name delivers a level of stability, credibility and confidence you cannot get anywhere else in the U.S. retail energy market.

What happens if worst comes to worst and the electricity provider you choose falls on hard times? In short, your business loses money. When you sign a contract with a provider that fails financially, your contract then defaults to a Provider of Last Resort (POLR). The POLR serves as a safety net; but the net can be an expensive one. But our customers can relax.

GDF SUEZ Energy Resources is one of America’s largest providers of electricity to businesses and institutions. It has over $2 billion in contract value, an ‘A’ credit rating with Standard & Poor’s, and an 85 percent rate of customer contract renewal.

It’s also part of the GDF SUEZ group of companies, established in 1822. The group had 2012 revenues of $108 billion. Globally, the group of companies represents:

  • Market cap of $59.1 billion
  • $5.6 billion revenue from North America
  • $5 billion revenue from South America
  • $87.4 billion revenue from Europe
  • $9.7 billion revenue from Asia, Middle East and Pacific
  • $.3 billion revenue from Africa

And that means the kind of proven financial strength and stability you can count on for reliable, confident service.


GDF SUEZ Energy Resources
Constellation (an Exelon company)
Exelon Corporation
FirstEnergy Solutions
FirstEnergy Corp
Direct Energy
Centrica PLC
NRG Energy Inc.
Noble Solutions
Noble Group LTD.
Hess Corp.
Just Energy Group
ConEd Solutions
Consolidated Edison, Inc.
Integrys Energy Services
Integrys Energy Group, Inc.
Top 10 Non-Residential Retailers based on Estimated Annualized Sales by KEMA (TWh), March 2013
*Parent company rated by Standard & Poor's, April 2013. Credit ratings below BBB- are not investment grade.



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