Thanks to a growing competitive marketplace, you have more energy choices. Rather than simply dealing with the local utility, consumers in many states now can choose from among a group of energy suppliers and energy providers. With so many options, making those energy choices can seem daunting. We can help you learn how to switch electricity companies and other ways to make switching energy suppliers easier.
Historically, the months of May through August are the most popular times for people to move. Moving into a new home can be a hectic experience, from searching for the perfect home to packing your things, there are many different things to prepare; this includes switching your utilities.
In the past few years, more and more residents and businesses in states with competitive electricity markets have become aware that they can choose an electricity supplier. A recent report released by the COMPETE Coalition has shown that while electric consumption was no greater in 2011 than it was in 2008, the number of customers
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.
Our Customer Care team often gets asked why a utility company doesn’t just lower their rates by choosing a new supplier automatically for their customers. The answer can be a little confusing, but basically electric utilities have their rates set by the regulatory commission of the state they provide under certain pre-defined procurement plans.
Chicagoland residents interested in reducing their energy bills have a unique opportunity to enhance their energy efficiency and reduce their monthly home electric rate. By visiting Best Buy’s Bucktown, Chicago store, customers can conveniently shop for low-cost energy rates while looking for energy-efficient products.
It’s been one year since Constellation Energy began offering Illinois residents an easy way to lower energy costs and embrace green energy by choosing Constellation as their home electricity supplier. Here’s a look at what we’ve been doing in Illinois: — Today, thousands of Illinois homeowners and renters have taken advantage of Constellation’s offers to
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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.
If you could save 10 percent on the electricity generation portion of your utility bill would you consider choosing a new electricity provider? Seventy eight percent of Pennsylvania residents that were recently polled said that they would be likely or somewhat likely to choose a new provider if it meant that they could save; 88
Homeowners and renters in the Cleveland Electric Illuminating, Ohio Edison, and Toledo Edison service territories now have the option to power their homes with clean, renewable energy sources at a fixed rate for 12 months. More details about our plans can be found at home.
“Going green” has become more than a trend over the past few years. Residents and businesses all over the country have made a more concerted effort to help the environment by matching a percentage of their electricity use with renewable energy.
If you’re in the market to buy a vacuum cleaner, you have many options. It used to be that the choice you had was classic upright vs.
Power outages can be unpredictable — and are unfortunately common — events, affecting more than 36 million Americans in 2017 alone. If a blackout lasts for a long time, it can create many challenging and potentially dangerous situations for families.
This lesson will help students understand how electricity is transported and how smart meters and grid upgrades will help utilities and customers understand their energy consumption in an effort to save energy. Students will also be introduced to microgrids as a way for communities to reduce energy consumption collectively and ensure their local electrical infrastructure