Ambit Energy Expands Into Japan May 2017


Ambit Energy is Expanding to Japan


As the largest direct seller of energy in the world, Ambit Energy will offer energy service to eight utility areas, with open enrollments beginning in May 24, 2017. Watch the video announcement from Ambit Energy co-founders Jere Thompson and Chris Chambless below:


You can also watch the official Ambit Energy Japanese business presentation (with English/Japanese option) at this link – – or by clicking on the image below:


This expansion marks the first international territory for the 10-year-old Dallas-based company. Currently, Ambit Energy serves customers in 16 states plus Washington, D.C. Here are the utility territories in Japan that Ambit will service including the potential customers and potential annual revenue:

Utility Area Organization Potential Customers Annual Revenue Opportunity (USD)
Tohoku Tohokuden 7,715,000 $6,798,146,380
Tokyo TEPCO 29,200,000 $27,721,176,000
Chubu Chuden 10,647,000 $9,407,060,769
Hokuriku Hokuden 2,106,000 $1,313,294,370
Kansai KEPCO 13,600,000 $12,061,617,426
Chugoku CEPCO 5,243,000 $3,672,850,806
Shikoku Shikoku (Yonden) 2,849,000 $2,218,583,889
Kyushu Kyuden 8,633,000 $6,969,838,426
79,993,000 $70,162,568,065

That’s 80 million potential customers and more than $70 billion in potential annual revenue. These utility territories do not include Hokkaido or Okinawa.

Call for more info on Ambit’s expansion to Japan: 469.207.1595

Japan is the world’s third-largest economy, and demand for electricity is expected to rise by 22 percent. Japan is also the third-largest direct selling market in the world. The country began rolling out energy deregulation in April 2016 in hopes to increase competition and reduce electricity costs.

Pre-enrollment for the first Ambit Energy Consultants in Japan is scheduled to begin the morning of May 24 (Japan time). The official launch and the first official customer are scheduled to go active around mid-July.


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