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Press Releases

10.18.2017

EnergyMark Sponsors Lionfish Exhibit

EnergyMark, a Williamsville, NY based energy supply company, to sponsor Lionfish exhibit. “We live and work in the same communities we serve, so it’s always been important for us to find ways to give back,” said Gary Marchiori, president of EnergyMark.

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Energy 101

03.14.2018

The Best Time to Save on Energy Bills

In this segment, EnergyMark energy consultant Kevin Clough discusses "shoulder months" and why they're a good time to consider renewing your energy contracts.

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Energy 101

08.20.2018

Helpful Tips to Help Prepare Your Home for Winter

Unfortunately, these amazing summer months will come to an end and eventually winter is going to be here. So to help you prepare, we’ve put together some helpful tips to get you ready for the colder months that are ahead.

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In the Community

08.22.2018

EnergyMark Continues It’s Fast Track & Gives Back

We’re incredibly proud to announce that we’ve made the Buffalo Business First Fast Track list for 2018. This list recognizes independent, local companies that have achieved a certain amount of revenue growth each year.

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Energy 101

09.17.2018

How to Choose the Right Energy Supplier

There are many choices of energy suppliers, but finding a good offer shouldn’t be too difficult if you follow a few simple steps. Choosing a supplier is a great way to save money and provide budget certainty to your energy bills, but it does require some due diligence to ensure you’re getting a good deal.

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Industry News

09.21.2018

Energy Infrastructure Update

On Monday August 6th, The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) ruled against the DEC and in favor of National Fuel's Northern Access pipeline. The pipeline will supply natural gas to Western New York and Ontario, Canada, from northern Pennsylvania through Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Erie County.This ruling removes a major barrier to the completion of this project which will help improve reliability of the energy grid while also bringing abundant, cheap natural gas from Pennsylvania to Western New York customers. The pipeline will run from McKean County, Pennsylvania, through Allegheny, Cattaraugus and Erie counties in New York, delivering an incremental 490 MMcf/d out of Pennsylvania.

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