Blue Ridge Energy’s ‘Blue Ridge Energy’ is on sale for $8.99
The startup has been acquired by an American energy giant, and it will offer its blue-collar energy pills to customers.
Blue Ridge is a competitor to Bluegrass Energy, a major energy provider in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, which is owned by Marathon Oil and Chemical.
The company was founded by three brothers who worked for Marathon Oil before moving on to build Blue Ridge.
The brothers said they are still focused on Blue Ridge’s mission to deliver affordable, clean, reliable energy for people and the planet.
“Our goal is to create a company that is built for the 21st century,” said Joe Zweifel, co-founder and chief executive of Blue Ridge, in a statement.
“Blue Ridge is building a company for the people, the planet, and the environment, and our future is bright.”
Blue Ridge said it is “deeply humbled and humbled to be selected by Marathon to serve as the largest consumer energy provider by market share in the United States.”
The company has a focus on producing the cheapest energy to customers, and a partnership with Marathon could make Blue Ridge one of the most attractive options for customers who need energy from a supplier that doesn’t charge them.
Blue Creek Energy is based in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina.
It provides energy to more than 10,000 homes and businesses in North and South Carolina and is based out of Blue Hills, North Carolina, a town of 2,000 people in the Appalachian Mountains.
“This acquisition is a major win for Blue Ridge and our employees,” said Josh Mancini, CEO of Blue Creek.
“The acquisition of Blue Mountain Energy allows us to build upon our core strengths and expand our customer base to include the energy needs of customers across the country.”