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Guide - To Best Power Consumption

What? & Why?

Until a few years ago, you didn’t have any control over your electricity bills. Your local utility chose who to buy your energy from and transported it to your home or business. Today, because of the “DEREGULATION”, when you shop around, you have choices about the Electricity provider, Plan cost, length of plan along with many other choices that impact your purchase. This way, consumers have a say in the priciest part of their energy bill—the energy supply—and still enjoy the same, reliable service.

Since 2002, approximately 85% of commercial and industrial consumers have switched power providers at least once. One of the best parts of deregulation is the ability to choose your own retail energy supplier. Not only does it set you up with the opportunity to choose a company with the lowest rate, but it gives you the chance to switch providers if you're unsatisfied with your service. Switching to a competitive energy supplier is a quick and easy way to take control of your energy bills. SWITCH, SAVE & SETTLE SMART !!!

How to find the best plan?

We help home you find the right electricity rate, plan, and provider through our electricity marketplace. Once you shop around in our marketplace and find the rate and plan you like, you can usually complete the entire sign up process with the new electricity provider — totally online — within minutes. Our consultants make sure that you get the best rates, plans, and providers to help you save money. Start shopping — enter your zip code (w/ no obligation) and be presented with plans and pricing from local electricity providers — instantly. Before you start, please answer the below questions and then proceed with your selection. Happy Savings

  • What will I pay to this provider for my home? – Use our Calculator “Your Home – Enter Usage” after you enter Zip code and browse the plans. Typically it varies between 500-750 kwh for 1 person, 600 – 900 kwh for 2 people, 700 – 1200 for 3 people, 900 – 1500 for 4 people.
  • Is there a contract? If so, how long is it for?
  • Is a deposit required? If so, how much?
  • What are my payment options?
  • What happens when my contract expires?
  • What if I miss a payment?
  • Is there a penalty if I break the contract?