The holidays are fast approaching and winter is right around the corner. As you prepare to visit with family and friends, I have a few recommendations for easy ways to make your home more energy efficient.
Exciting news! Constellation Energy recently announced 10 winners of this year’s E2: Energy to Educate (E²) grants, which target schools and nonprofit organizations in communities where we do business.
If you live in the JCPL and PSEG utility service territories in New Jersey then you have probably heard about our offer to residential customers to save on their electricity bill. Since we began offering electricity services in New Jersey thousands of residential customers have signed up with us for price certainty and the opportunity
If you were asked about your electric bills, how much you know about electric choice, or what factors would make you consider choosing a new electricity supplier, how would you respond? Maryland residents from Baltimore, Centreville, Frederick, Middle River, New Market, and Silver Spring had a lot to say about the questions above and more
In New Jersey, the numbers are telling the story. A recent poll shows that 64 percent of New Jersey residents would consider choosing a new competitive electricity supplier in order to save 10 percent or more on the electricity generation portion of their utility bill.
For years, we’ve taken great pride in the fact that we are able to help businesses nationwide improve their sustainability efforts. Whether the businesses that we serve need renewable energy supply, demand side management services, greenhouse gas emission reduction services, on-site energy supply, energy infrastructure, or upgrades/retrofits, we offer a green—and sustainable—solution.
If you live in the Allegheny Power and Delmarva Power service areas, you may have received mail from Constellation Electric over the last couple of weeks. Last month, Constellation Electric announced the expansion of residential electricity supply, which is now available to a total of 1.
Did you know that all 50 states and Washington, D.C.
While my two daughters may be both grown and out of the house, there are a number of energy saving tips that parents can share with younger children. Ways to save water: Let your kids know that it’s better to not let the water run when they’re brushing their teeth or doing the dishes.
It was really exciting to read the U.S.