Good Energy Goes Green

Good Energy today announced it has entered into brokerage agreements with providers of renewable energy credits. As a broker of renewable energy credits, (also known as green tags), Good Energy can help businesses throughout the United States and Canada "Green Up" by offsetting the carbon dioxide and other polluting characteristics of the grid power actually consumed. The environmental benefit of such a transaction can be very well received by shareholders and customers of any business. As more businesses opt for green power, the percentage of less environmentally-sound generators serving the power grid may shrink at even rate.

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Good Energy Radio Spots

Good Energy is pleased to announce it will air a series of radio advertisements in the New York City and Westchester County, NY markets.

The ads blend compelling calls to action with humor and a clear message of Good Energy's value proposition to businesses that buy electricity, natural gas or fuel oil.

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Seven Month Low in 12 Month NYMEX Strip

The natural gas strip has continued its recent slide. Down sharply from a high of $12.956 posted on September 29, 2005, the NYMEX twelve month natural gas strip traded at $8.460 today, representing a low price not seen since the beginning of August 2005.

Good Energy Joins Texas Electric Professionals Association

Good Energy is pleased to announce that it has officially joined the Texas Electric Professionals Association, (TEPA).

TEPA is a self-regulating body aimed at standardizing processes in the Texas retail electricity marketplace and ensuring that aggregators, brokers, and consultants maintain an acceptable level of market knowledge and responsibility while conducting business. Concerned businesspeople such as the Texas-based Good Energy partners and employees, have come together to provide a forum for developing common interests, upholding integrity and maintaining honor in the Texas deregulated retail electricity marketplace.

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Natural Gas Hits Four Month Low

Down sharply from a high of $12.956 posted on September 29, 2005, the NYMEX twelve month natural gas strip closed at $9.751 on January 5, 2006, representing a low price not seen since mid-August 2005.

Because most of the recent slide in prices has been confined to the near-term futures, the economic advantage associated with entering into contracts with terms longer than one year has been eroded. This is evidenced by the narrow $0.176 spread between a 12 month contract and a 36 month contract. Back on December 9, 2005, the spread in price between these same contract terms was a whopping $1.989.

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NYISO SCR Application Approval

Good Energy is pleased to announce that its application to become a customer of the New York Independent System Operator, (NYISO), has been approved.

Good Energy is now able to participate in the NYISO's wholesale electricity market by making special case resource (SCR) offers to satisfy installed capacity (ICAP) requirements of other market participants.

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LIPA Retrofit Energy and Capacity Program

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) recently launched a new program, called the Retrofit Energy & Capacity Program (RECAP), designed to encourage its customers to implement energy efficiency upgrades. The RECAP program makes it possible for LIPA customers to reduce the cost of planned upgrades by as much as 30% by funding a portion of the upgrade cost.

LIPA selected a small number of Energy Services Companies, (ESCOs), to handle the management, marketing, and implementation of the incentive dollars being offered. The ESCOs have in some cases turned to a network of local specialist trade allies to help develop and implement energy efficiency projects, including lighting, HAVOC, motors, variable frequency drives, and more.

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Good Energy Launches Energy Bill Audit Service

Good Energy today introduced its utility bill audit service. Every customer account is scrutinized by a Good Energy auditor, and contracted energy rate inconsistencies, tariff discrepancies, and incorrect service classifications uncovered can lead to significant utility refunds going back as far as three years.

Please contact us to learn more about Good Energy's utility bill audit service.

Massachusetts Electric Broker License

Good Energy's Massachusetts electricity brokerage license was approved by the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy on May 12, 2005. Good Energy's license number is EB068.

About Good Energy
Good Energy launched a business to bring a simple concept to the marketplace... savings via lower electricity costs and superior efficiency lighting solutions. A smarter way to buy power and to use power. With ever changing technologies and product offerings Good Energy has provided new efficiency applications to the market and has pioneered a community centric buying approach that has achieved hundreds of millions of dollars in savings to the residential and commercial segment.

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