Marathon Energy to Supply OCM BOCES with Electricity & Natural Gas

Posted on April 25, 2021

Marathon Energy to Supply OCM BOCES with Electricity & Natural Gas Marathon Energy is pleased to announce that it has entered into a three-year electricity supply agreement with the Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services (OCM BOCES). Marathon will be powering the majority of the 23 school districts and municipalities throughout the region, acting as administrative participant for the New York School and Municipal Energy Consortium (NYSMEC). Marathon also renewed its existing natural gas supply contract for select OCM BOCES locations, for an additional three-year term.

Kevin Sullivan, Vice President of Business Development for Marathon said “This agreement is just one example of Marathon’s capabilities in tailoring solutions to the needs of the marketplace, and its commitment to providing the most competitive pricing solution to the New York market. We are also very pleased to be offering the lowest price to an important agency that serves our communities.”

About OCM BOCES OCM BOCES provides a wide array of services for 23 component school districts. It was created in 1948 for the purpose of providing shared services across school district boundaries throughout Onondaga, Cortland and Madison counties. OCM BOCES offers Career & Technical Education programs in hands-on trades such as welding, construction, auto technology, culinary arts, and health-related occupations. It also offers Special Education services, alternative education programs, instructional support for educators, a variety of management services for districts, and technology support for schools through the Central New York Regional Information Center. Visit www.ocmboces.org for more information.

About Marathon Energy Marathon was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Woodside, NY, with an operations office in Syracuse, NY. Marathon provides wholesale and retail fuel oil, natural gas, electricity and a full suite of energy services to commercial and residential customers. The Company currently serves 33 utilities in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Visit www.mecny.com to learn more about all Marathon Energy has to offer.

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