Company To Bring Suite Of Disruptive, Clean Energy Solutions To Texas Retail Market
Texas Retail Provider, Whose Parent Is A Utility-Scale Solar Development Firm, Receives Authority To Use Trade Name Chariot Energy
The Public Utility Commission of Texas granted start-up retail electric provider 174 Power Global Retail Texas, LLC an amendment to its REP certificate to include the trade name Chariot Energy.
Commenting on the approval, Mohsin Khoja, Chief Operating Officer, Chariot Energy stated, “Chariot Energy is excited to bring a suite of disruptive, clean energy solutions to the Texas retail market. In partnership with our parent company, 174 Power Global, a utility scale solar development firm, we will leverage our vertical integration and value chain to meet consumer demands in a big way. We will offer sustainable, clean energy products to residential and commercial customers at affordable prices. Our tagline is ‘Delivering Sunshine’ and it is our goal to do just that.”
EnergyChoiceMatters.com had exclusively first reported 174 Power Global Retail Texas’s retail market entry
As previously reported, 174 Power Global Retail Texas, LLC is associated with 174 Power Global Corporation, which is the U.S.-based solar project development company arm of the Hanwha Group, a Fortune Global 500 firm and the 7th largest conglomerate in South Korea.