Industrial & Large Commercial

Infinite Energy began operations in 1994 as a wholesale provider, serving utilities and large industrial customers. We’ve built on that experience to expand our services, but our dedication to large-scale customers hasn’t wavered.

All of our trading and scheduling is performed in-house. As experts on supply and capacity management, we supply gas on 28 pipelines and hubs throughout the United States and Canada.

Our dedicated team works with each customer individually to find the best solutions, and we excel in maximizing opportunities for your business. From start to finish, your energy plan is customized to fit your energy goals.

  • Notifications on real time hedging opportunities
  • Fixed rate flexibility: Lock in any volume for any term up to 5 years.
  • Targeted pricing solutions for every plan and every budget.

For a quote or more information, please contact 800-983-4064 or click here to request a quote online.

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Request Quote

To request a quote for your business, please click fill out the form at the link above and one of our representatives will respond with rate options.
Multifamily

Multifamily Services

Click here to find out more information about what energy solutions Infinite Energy has to offer for your community.
Channel Partners

Channel Partners

Infinite Energy keeps a dedicated in-house team to work solely with our channel partners. Your requests are top priority, and turnaround time is often within minutes.
Events

Events, Trade Shows and Associations

Check out a calendar of our upcoming events and tradeshows, or invite us to participate in your upcoming event.

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