Agera Energy Powers Homes And Businesses With Green Sources Of Energy

Agera Energy is a New York-based utility firm that offers electric and natural gas energy to residential and commercial customers in several states. They were established in 2014 with the goal of not just providing energy services but also educating and empowering their customers to make the best choices possible when it comes to their energy decisions. Learn more about Agera Energy at Linkedin.

The founders of this company saw that the cost of energy was simply too high in many parts of the nation. It’s a major monthly expense for most businesses and homeowners. The founders of Agera Energy saw an opportunity to compete against other utility companies in areas where people are free to choose who provides their electricity and natural gas.

Many highly qualified executives and employees have joined Agera Energy over the past five years. Among the latest of these is Mark Linzenbold who was brought on board as the latest chief financial officer. He has years of experience in the energy industry including at Direct Energy where he was the VP of finance and business development. He also worked at Strategic Energy where he was the VP of business planning and corporate control. Read more about Agera Energy at

Agera Energy creates some of its electricity from renewable sources. They get some of their power from wind farms which help homeowners and businesses do their part for environmental sustainability. If a customer signs up for the Pure Wind option Agera Energy will match it at either 50 percent or 100 percent with RECs (Renewable Energy Certificates) that they obtain from wind farms located across America.

The average company uses about 500,000 kWh of electricity a year. Agera Energy says that if they sign up for the Pure Wind program they can save enough CO2 to equal over 74 cars on the road, 112 tons of waste, or nearly 375,00 pounds of coal. This is also equivalent to planting 9,107 trees and how much CO2 they will pull out of the air over a 10 year period.