1. PA Power Switch

    PA Power Switch

    PA Power Switch. Before using Pennsylvania's PA Power Switch site, consider the alternative solution, EnergyPricing.com PA Power Switch PA Power Switch is Pennsylvania's PUC-sponsored electricity shopping website. On PAPowerSwitch.com, residential and commercial customers can browse electricity offers from multiple suppliers. What Is PA Power Switch? Throughout the U.S., several states have deregulated their […]
  2. Apples to Apples Ohio

    Apples to Apples Ohio

    Apples to Apples. Before using Ohio's Apples to Apples site, consider the alternative solution, EnergyPricing.com Apples to Apples Ohio Apples to Apples is Ohio's PUC-sponsored electricity shopping website. Residential and commercial customers in Ohio can browse electricity and natural gas offers from multiple energy suppliers. If you live in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, or […]
  3. Power To Choose

    Power To Choose

    Power To Choose Alternatives. Before using Texas' Power To Choose site, consider the alternative solution, EnergyPricing.com Power To Choose Alternatives If you are curious about the Texas PUC's electricity shopping website, Power To Choose, and maybe finding an alternative solution, you've landed on the right page! While Power To Choose has its benefits, […]
  4. Is A Variable Electricity Rate Bad?

    Is A Variable Electricity Rate Bad?

    Variable electric rates, unlike fixed electric rates, float up and down with the price of the energy market. Electricity, just like the stock market, is a financial product that changes in price regularly. Most homeowners and businesses elect to purchase a fixed rate so that they can control their budgets, but there are many advantages […]
  5. What Is A Fully-Bundled Fixed Rate For Electricity?

    What Is A Fully-Bundled Fixed Rate For Electricity?

    When shopping for an electric rate for your home or business it is important to understand the difference between fixed rates and fully-bundled fixed rates.  Now, most regulators in deregulated states force suppliers to have transparent marketing not to confuse customers. But, there is always an energy supplier or two that tries to get creative […]
  6. How Can I Tell When My Electric Contact Expires?

    How Can I Tell When My Electric Contact Expires?

    Understanding the expiration date of your electricity supply contract can seem confusing. Do not fret! We are here to help! The expiration date of your contract can differ depending on the type of customer you are. If you are a residential customer, then many utilities allow you to switch or end your contract in a […]
  7. What States Are Deregulated?

    What States Are Deregulated?

    Since the early 90s, many states have deregulated their electric and/or natural gas utilities. Check out the map below to see states that have deregulation or some form of energy deregulation policy in place: While not all of these states have fully deregulated utilities, they all participate in some sort of electricity deregulation or natural […]
  8. Who Benefits From Energy Deregulation?

    Who Benefits From Energy Deregulation?

    There are many benefits to energy deregulation in the United States. Prior to deregulated utilities, consumers and businesses were required to purchase electricity from their local utility companies at regulated rates. These utilities had a monopoly in the marketplace and there was not much flexibility in terms of price options and contract structure.  When states […]
  9. How Do I Change My Electric Supplier In PA?

    How Do I Change My Electric Supplier In PA?

    Changing your electricity supplier in PA can be done in several ways. There are different actions you need to take depending on if you are looking to sign up with a new supplier, end your existing contract and go back to the utility, or switch from one supplier to another. Here are some tips for […]
  10. Who Is The Cheapest Electric Supplier In Pennsylvania?

    Who Is The Cheapest Electric Supplier In Pennsylvania?

    The cheapest electric supplier in Pennsylvania depends on where you live. There are many electric utilities in Pennsylvania: PECO, PPL, Met-Ed, Penelec, West Penn Power, Penn Power, UGI, and Duquesne Light. Pennsylvania electric suppliers offer different electric rates in each utility, and for different types of customers (residential or commercial). In fact, the same supplier […]

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