Last month we celebrated the completion of our recent 7.8 MW DC solar installation for the city of Vineland, New Jersey, interconnected with the Vineland Municipal Electric Utility.
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.
By CJ Michalak Marketing Manager, Constellation Energy Thanksgiving is just days away and this year isn’t just about the turkey. It’s about Ravens football, too!
By Christian Kendzierski Director of Media Relations, Mount St. Mary’s University Last week, an interesting phenomenon occurred on Mount St.
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.
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“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.
Just a little more than two days left! Constellation is accepting proposals through Oct.
Does anyone in the Chicagoland area remember the heat wave we had earlier this month? It’s likely that there are more to come, which will of course impact how much electricity we use to cool our homes and subsequently how much we pay for it.
This week, summer officially begins. While the summer heat has already begun in some areas of the country, it’s that time of year when we may be thinking of ways to keep ourselves cool, conserve energy within our homes, and keep our electricity bills low.