Welcome to ENGIE

ENGIE Resources acquired Plymouth Rock Energy on December 19, 2018. Since then, we have grown the customer base served out of the Woodmere (NY) location by more than 10%. Plymouth Rock Energy is now the legal entity ENGIE Power & Gas LLC.

We have expanded into natural gas markets in Massachusetts, Ohio, Maryland and Illinois. And we plan to expand into Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine.

By leveraging ENGIE’s direct access to wholesale natural gas markets, we have been able to offer more competitive pricing and ultimately savings.

ENGIE’s deep knowledge and experience in risk management has resulted in a more comprehensive catalog of natural gas products.

ENGIE’s retail electricity footprint brings access to custom products across many new markets, in addition to the convenience and synergies of a dual fuel, single source provider when coupled with natural gas.

Plymouth Rock Energy (ENGIE Power & Gas LLC) is one of several recent acquisitions in the New York area. Other acquisitions include Donnelly Mechanical Corporation (New York, NY), Unity International Group (Flushing, NY), and TryState Mechanical Inc. (New York, NY). These further strengthen ENGIE's platform to deliver energy supply, energy optimization, and building modernization services that help commercial, industrial, and public sector customers achieve value.

Customer care contacts:
TE: 855.327.6937
Email: customercare@plymouthenergy.com

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Natural Gas Product Availability

Firm and interruptible delivery options are available in a number of competitive markets. Monthly and daily balancing options are also offered, depending on the utility. Single utility consolidated billing is available in addition to dual billing where required in certain markets and for customers who meet daily volume requirements.

 Firm DeliveryInterruptible Delivery
UtilityStateMonthly BalancingDaily Balancing 
Central Hudson New York
CON ED New York  
National Fuel New York
National Grid NY New York  
National Grid Long Island New York  
National Grid Upstate NY New York    
NYSEG New York    
Orange and Rockland New York
RG&E New York    
Elizabethtown New Jersey    
New Jersey Natural Gas New Jersey  
PSEG New Jersey  
South Jersey Gas New Jersey  
BG&E Maryland
WGL Maryland  
NICOR Illinois
North Shore Illinois    
Peoples Gas Illinois (SC4 and SC5) Illinois  
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania    
PECO Pennsylvania
PNG/CPG/UGI Pennsylvania
Columbia Gas of Ohio Ohio
Duke Energy Ohio
Dominion Energy Ohio
Vectren Ohio    
Columbia of Massachusetts Massachusetts  
Boston Gas Massachusetts  
Colonial Gas Massachusetts  
Essex Gas Massachusetts  
NSTAR/Eversource Massachusetts    
Customized Solutions

All products tailored with or without pass-through of transportation charges.

The predictability of a set unit price that can fluctuate
Unit price tied to a published market index that can fluctuate
Unit price can fluctuate but is not tied to a published market index
Combination of fixed, index, and variable rates
Simplify Your Supply Chain with Commodity Aggregation

As natural gas and electricity supply has become more commoditized, a limit has emerged in the hard-dollar savings that can be realized through competitive pricing alone. However, commodity aggregation or supplier consolidation could offer a path to deliver further economic value—while simplifying your supply chain.

Reduced Purchased Costs

Buying power increases when the number of suppliers is reduced—and so does the supplier’s ability to become a strategic partner on critical business initiatives, including sustainability, risk mitigation, localization, and innovation.

Reduced Procurement and Supplier Management Costs

Fewer suppliers mean lower interaction costs. A recent independent, third-party study* supports that statement, demonstrating increased ease in automating interactions. This frees up staff and generally results in a total steady-state cost for purchase that is 64% lower than organizations with several suppliers.

Reduced Noncompliance

The study** also illustrated that companies can yield 1% to 2% savings in spend when they engage with and actively manage fewer suppliers who have capable processes and systems. It also simplifies the complexities of monitoring regulatory requirements.

*ENGIE’s credit rating is investment grade, signaling that its corporate bonds present a relatively low risk of default. Investment grade issuers represent just 20% of the rated universe. ENGIE continues to maintain an excellent liquidity position.

**The Hackett Group