By Mark Berry
Vice President, Municipal Sales, Constellation Energy (Constellation NewEnergy – Gas Division, LLC)
We are pleased to work with the city of New Philadelphia to provide residents with a fixed price of $4.95 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) for natural gas supply through the June 2012 to May 2013 billing cycles. Eligible residents and small businesses in the city of New Philadelphia that are interested in price certainty through the winter months can enroll in the program now.
Constellation was selected as the city of New Philadelphia’s preferred natural gas supplier one year ago. Current program members will automatically get the new rate – residents and small businesses in the city of New Philadelphia are eligible to participate in the program and will receive a mailing about the opportunity. Those wishing to “opt-in” or senior citizens requesting the discount will need to call Constellation directly at-1-866-622-6569 or https://signup.constellation.com/newphilly (promo code: NP042011).
Residents that are interested in enrolling for Constellation’s natural gas program will continue to be billed by their local gas utility. Constellation Energy encourages new customers to enroll by May 4 to ensure that they start the program with the June 2012 billing cycle. The $4.95/Mcf rate is available any time during the period June 2012 to May 2013. However, if consumers enroll after May 4, 2012, they will be enrolled in the next billing cycle. The pricing will then be effective the number of months left in the term until May 2013.
To learn more about the program, contact Constellation Energy’s Customer Service Department toll free at 1-866-622-6569, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. E.S.T.
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