Last week, the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) published the latest electric switching numbers on its site, which shows that, as of Oct. 31, more than 178,000 residential customers have switched to a new electricity provider. Nearly all of these residential customers switched to a retail electric supplier in the last eight months.
Customers who are considering choosing a new electricity provider can find a wealth of information on the ICC’s consumer education website, PluginIllinois.org as well as the Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA) Consumer Education Guide.
Constellation is dedicated to providing residential electricity consumers with as much information as possible so that they can accurately compare offers against the utility’s “Price to Compare” and other offers. For more information about shopping for electricity, consumers can also check out our webpage (https://home.constellation.com/Promotion/ElectricityChoice). ComEd residents can also watch this short video and Ameren residents can learn more by watching this short video.
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