1.Prime Time Energy Service Inc
67 Sheldon Ave
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Primetime Energy and Nick Cappelli (owner) was recommended to us by a friend to install central air in the beginning of 2011 (June). He was originally nice to work with. Installed the unit with
2.New York State Electric & Gas
150 Erie St
3.Ny Power Authority
4950 Genesee St
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4.American Power Partners
8205 Main St Ste 11
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5.A&B Light, Heat & Power Corp.
227 Cadman Dr
This company sucks they never pick up the phone. What is the deal!!!
6.Horizon Energy Development Inc
6363 Main St
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Horizon LFG, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Fuel Gas Company, is a landfill gas business. It operates Horizon Power, which specializes in the development and acquisition of unregulated energy a
5500 Main St
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