Allentown PA Electricity Rates

Allentown PA Electricity Rates.

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PPL Electricity Rate Offer: Residential

  1. 12 months Fixed

    Utility: PPL (PA)

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    10.79¢

    per kWH
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    Plan Name: ClearGuarantee12
    Term: 12 Months Fixed
    Product: Electric
    Utility: PPL (PA)
    Supplier: Clearview
    Early Termination Fee: $150.00
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  2. 35 months Fixed

    Utility: PPL (PA)

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    12.49¢

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    Plan Name: Safe Harbor 35
    Term: 35 Months Fixed
    Product: Electric
    Utility: PPL (PA)
    Supplier: Energy Harbor
    Early Termination Fee: $0
    Plan Description:

    Avoid utility price swings with a 35 Month rate lock on your Electricity supply

  3. 24 months Fixed

    Utility: PPL (PA)

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    12.59¢

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    Plan Name: Premier Pick 24
    Term: 24 Months Fixed
    Product: Electric
    Utility: PPL (PA)
    Supplier: Santanna
    Early Termination Fee: $120.00
  4. 23 months Fixed

    Utility: PPL (PA)

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    12.59¢

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    Plan Name: Safe Harbor 23
    Term: 23 Months Fixed
    Product: Electric
    Utility: PPL (PA)
    Supplier: Energy Harbor
    Early Termination Fee: $0
    Plan Description:

    Avoid utility price swings with a 23 Month rate lock on your Electricity supply

  5. 12 months Fixed

    Utility: PPL (PA)

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    13.09¢

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    Plan Name: Premier Pick 12
    Term: 12 Months Fixed
    Product: Electric
    Utility: PPL (PA)
    Supplier: Santanna
    Early Termination Fee: $120.00

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Allentown, Pennsylvania, Electricity Suppliers

Do you know what you’re paying for your PPL electric rates in Allentown or the Lehigh Valley? At EnergyPricing.com, we help you understand your energy price and find a supplier with a low rate.

Understanding PPL Electric in Allentown, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has a deregulated energy market, which gives consumers the freedom to choose their energy supplier. These suppliers differ from utilities, which are companies that distribute energy to your area and maintain powerlines. In Allentown, your utility is PPL Electric Utilities, and that won’t change as long as you stay in the area. Your supplier, however, is up to you and you can shop for lower PPL electric rates that will save you money.

If you’ve never set your own supplier, PPL has been charging a variable Price to Compare (PTC) supply rate. This cost is a price per kilowatt-hour (kWh), and it reflects the average cost of wholesale energy over two years. As an average, it may not be the lowest rate on the market, and it changes quarterly.

Pennsylvania energy rates also include gross receipt tax (GRT). Your GRT is included with your energy rate, and the current state value is 6.27%. Suppliers often quote rates without GRT included. When price comparing, always look at the rate with and without GRT. Regardless of your sales tax exemption status, GRT is a tax that all consumers must pay.

Your rate type will affect how much you pay every month. With a fixed-rate contract, you pay the same price every month, and if rates are low at the time of your agreement, it can be beneficial. In contrast, variable rates increase and decrease as the energy market changes. While you may pay high rates one month, you could pay an extremely low rate the next.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) may request adjustments to your rate regardless of your agreement, though these changes are uncommon. To gain a better understanding of electric rates in Allentown, reach out to us at 800-225-3813.

Find the Best Service for Electric in Allentown

If you’re looking to save on your energy bill, the PTC with PPL may not be your best option. At EnergyPricing.com, we make it possible to compare supplier rates and find a contract that fits your usage.

 

Our reverse auctions are an excellent way to find a new supplier. We set up the auction and suppliers bid lower and lower prices to win your business. When the auction closes, you have an extensive list of providers to choose from. With our energy advisors, you can explore your options and find the best rate for you.

 

With our instant quotes, you can get a list of our current market rates in Pennsylvania. We ask for your zip code and start date to give you accurate numbers, and you get to sign an electronic contract when you find your supplier.

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PPL Electric Outage Map

If your power is out, you have an electrical issue, or you’re experiencing some other sort of power emergency, it is important to contact PPL immediately at 800.342.5775. If your power is out and you are wondering when it might come back on, you can also refer to PPL Electric’s power outage map below. PPL publishes this map to keep customers up-to-date on the progress of line outage corrections and when power might be restored. If you are a PPL customer of ours, PPL is still responsible for maintaining your local electric lines and restoring power. Please contact PPL for this information and not your energy supplier. Here is PPL’s outage map below for your convenience. You can also refer to our PPL Outage page here.

PPL's Storm Restoration Process

This is PPL Electric Utilities’ official power restoration process according to their website. To learn more about PPL’s storm restoration process, please click on the button below to be re-directed to their website.

  1. First, we restore power to critical public facilities, like hospitals, that serve the general public in emergencies.
  2. Then, we focus on major power lines and substations, using smart grid technology to reroute power until more difficult repairs can be made.
  3. We prioritize repairs that will restore power to the largest number of customers and then smaller neighborhoods, individual homes, and businesses.