Constellation Energy helps U.S. Postal Service manage costs

Baltimore, April 2, 2012 — Constellation Energy, a competitive energy supplier, renewed an agreement to supply competitively priced energy to the U.S. Postal Service in four states, helping the agency manage energy costs.

Under the 18-month contract, Constellation will supply more than 420 million kWh of electricity to the USPS in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Ohio.

Constellation also supplies electricity to USPS offices in Maine, New York and Massachusetts.

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