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Gexa Offering Green Power in Select Markets

March 2005 - Gexa Energy, a retail electricity provider since 2002, is now offering green power to residential and commercial customers in Texas, as well as to commercial customers in Massachusetts and New York.

In the Houston market, the price for the company's "Gexa Green" renewable energy product is 10.1¢/kWh, or 0.5¢/kWh more than for the company's conventional power product. The power for the renewable energy offering is sourced from existing wind, solar and hydroelectric sources. Gexa currently serves approximately 800 megawatts of load associated with more than 100,000 small commercial and residential customers throughout Texas.

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Gexa Contact: Dave Holman (713) 470-0405

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