Maryland has a long and impressive history, including explorations by Captain John Smith, the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and being a leader in the use of alternative energy. Just as impressive are Ambit’s efforts to work with electric and gas providers in Maryland to bring the highest standards of service to our Customers.
After all, our goal is to have a great history here, too.
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No other state inspires us to follow our dreams like The Golden State.
The First State can now make Ambit its first choice for energy supply.
Illinois has been home to Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant and Barack Obama. It’s also home to an impressive number of Ambit Customers.
Indiana is home to the Indy 500. We raced to make it a state where we offer solid service and even better value.
Maine is famous for its seafood, scenery and choices created by deregulation.
Maryland officially became a state in 1776. It became an Ambit state a bit more recently.
Since landing at Plymouth Rock, few states have represented our nation’s boldest achievements quite like Massachusetts.
The Granite State is a rock-solid Ambit market, with traditional, green and solar energy plans available.
New Jersey has been an engine of opportunity for Americans since the Industrial Revolution. And, it still is today.
Ohio is a major engine for America’s — and Ambit’s — growth.
Success in The Keystone State has been key to Ambit’s success.
Rhode Island may be small, but deregulation has created big opportunities for Customers.
Ambit was born and bred in Texas, and The Lone Star State is still our biggest market.
Virginia is for lovers. Especially people who love lots of great energy options.
There’s no better place to capitalize on the choices deregulation makes possible.