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Tim Harrington founded Price Energy with the idea thattechnology could make his first company, liquid fuel dealer AbleEnergy, more efficient. Now Price Energy allows both residentialand commercial customers to order various types of fuel, arrangefor payment, check their order history and receive reminders-allonline.

The Rockaway, New Jersey-based company began franchising in2001. Franchisees include those who, like Harrington, add PriceEnergy to their existing fuel businesses as well as those new tothe industry.

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