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PPL Electricity Rate Offer: Residential
35 months Fixed
Utility: PPL (PA)View Plan Details
12.49¢per kWhPlan Name: Safe Harbor 35
Term: 35 Months Fixed
Utility: PPL (PA)
Supplier: Energy Harbor
Early Termination Fee: $0
Avoid utility price swings with a 35 Month rate lock on your Electricity supply
23 months Fixed
Utility: PPL (PA)View Plan Details
12.59¢per kWhPlan Name: Safe Harbor 23
Term: 23 Months Fixed
Utility: PPL (PA)
Supplier: Energy Harbor
Early Termination Fee: $0
Avoid utility price swings with a 23 Month rate lock on your Electricity supply
PPL Electricity Rate Offer: Commercial
PPL Electric Utilities
PPL is an electric utility company in Pennsylvania
If you live in PPL Electric’s service area, EnergyPricing.com can help you find an energy supplier with a low rate. Learn about PPL and how EnergyPricing.com connects you to suppliers in your area.
About PPL Electric
PPL Electric Utilities (originally Pennsylvania Power & Light) serves over 1.4 million Pennsylvanians in 29 counties. They maintain over 50,000 miles of power lines in the state, and they’ve also earned awards from J.D. Power and Associates for their committed service to residents and business owners. PPL Electric Utilities has been in business since 1920, and with 100 years of experience, they have the skills to maintain electricity to neighborhoods in central and eastern Pennsylvania.
The Difference Between PPL and a Supplier
PPL Electric Utilities is a utility company in Pennsylvania, making them in charge of electric delivery in their area. Retail Electric Providers (REPs) also known as suppliers provide the power to the utility to distribute. Since Pennsylvania has a deregulated energy market which means utility customers have the option to choose the supplier for their electricity.
While PPL energy services will handle your electrical concerns like outages and power line issues, your supplier will affect the rate you pay for the actual energy. In Pennsylvania, PPL Electric Utilities will provide a default rate, known as the Price to Compare (PTC) per kilowatt-hour (kWh).
If you do not opt in to switch to a supplier, the PTC is the cost PPL will charge you, and it’s based on what they pay for large amounts of energy on the wholesale market.
PPL Price To Compare
The PPL Electric Utilities Price To Compare changes for residential and commercial customers twice per year, once in June and once in December. The current PPL Price To Compare for 06/01/2022 – 11/30/2022 is 12.366¢/kWh for Residential Customers and 11.695¢/kWh for Business Customers. Below is a chart of PPL’s historical Price To Compare:
PPL Electric Utilities Service Area
Pennsylvania Territories Served by the PPL Utility
Boroughs of Morgantown, New Morgan, Robesonia, Shillington, Sinking Spring, Wernersville, West Lawn, Womelsdorf, Wyomissing, and Wyomissing Hills. Townships of Caernarvon, Cumru, Heidelberg, Lower Heidelberg, South Heidelberg, and Spring.
Boroughs of Richlandtown, Sellersville, Silverdale, Telford, and Turmbauersville. Townships of East Rockhill, Haycock, Hilltown, Milford, Richland, Springfield, and West Rockhill.
Boroughs of Beaver Meadows, Bowmanstown, East Side, Jim Thorpe, Lansford, Nesquehoning, Palmerton, Parryville, Summit Hill, and Weissport. Townships of Banks, East Penn, Franklin, Kidder, Lausanne, Lehigh, Lower Towamensing, Mahoning, Packer, Penn Forest, and Towamensing.
Boroughs of Atglen, Elverson, and Honey Brook.
Townships of Honey Brook, West Nantmeal, and West Sadsbury.
City of Lock Haven. Boroughs of Avis, Flemington, Loganton, Mill Hall, Renovo, and South Renovo.
Townships of Allison, Bald Eagle, Castanea, Chapman, Colebrook, Crawford, Dunnstable, Gallagher, Greene, Grugan, Logan, Noyes, Pine Creek, Wayne, and Woodward.
Town of Bloomsburg.
Boroughs of Ashland, Benton, Berwick, Briar Creek, Centralia, Millville, Orangeville, and Stillwater. Townships of Beaver, Benton, Briar Creek, Catawissa, Cleveland, Conyngham, Fishing Creek, Franklin, Greenwood, Hemlock, Jackson, Locust, Madison, Main, Mifflin, Montour, Mount Pleasant, North Centre, Orange, Pine, Roaring Creek, Scott, South Centre, and Sugarloaf.
Boroughs of Camp Hill, Carlisle, Lemoyne, Mechanicsburg, New Cumberland, Newville, Shiremanstown, West Fairview, and Wormleysburg. Townships of Dickinson, East Pennsboro, Hampden, Lower Allen, Middlesex, Monroe, North Middleton, North Newton, Penn, Silver Spring, South Middleton, South Newton, Upper Allen, and West Pennsboro.
City of Harrisburg. Boroughs of Berrysburg, Dauphin, Elizabethville, Gratz, Halifax, Highspire, Hummelstown, Lykens, Millersburg, Paxtang, Penbrook, Pillow, Steelton, and Williamstown. Townships of Derry, East Hanover, Halifax, Jackson, Jefferson, Lower Paxton, Lower Swatara, Lykens, Middle Paxton, Mifflin, Reed, Rush, South Hanover, Susquehanna, Swatara, Upper Paxton, Washington, Wayne, West Hanover, Wiconisco, and Williams.
Boroughs of Mifflin, Mifflintown, Port Royal, and Thompsontown
Townships of Delaware, Fayette, Fermanagh, Greenwood, Milford, Monroe, Susquehanna, Turbett, and Walker.
Cities of Carbondale and Scranton. Boroughs of Archbald, Blakely (part), Clarks Green, Clarks Summit, Dalton, Dickson City, Dunmore, Jermyn, Jessup, Mayfield, Moosic, Moscow, Old Forge, Olyphant (part), Taylor, Throop, and Vandling.
Townships of Abington, Benton, Carbondale, Clifton, Covington, Elmhurst, Fell, Glenburn, Greenfield, Jefferson, La Plume, Lehigh, Madison, Newton, North Abington, Ransom, Roaring Brook, Scott, South Abington, Spring Brook, and West Abington.
City of Lancaster. Boroughs of Adamstown, (part), Akron, Christiana, Columbia, Denver, East Petersburg, Elizabethtown, Ephrata (part), Lititz, Manheim, Marietta, Millersville, Mount Joy, Mountville, New Holland, Quarryville, Strasburg, and Terre Hill. Townships of Bart, Brecknock, Caernarvon, Clay, Colerain, Conestoga, Conoy, Drumore, Earl, East Cocalico, East Donegal, East Drumore, East Earl, East Hempfield, East Lampeter, Eden, Elizabeth, Ephrata, Fulton, Lancaster, Leacock, Little Britain, Manheim, Manor, Martick, Mount Joy, Paradise, Penn, Pequea, Providence, Rapho, Sadsbury, Salisbury, Strasburg, Upper Leacock, Warwick, West Cocalico, West Donegal, West Earl, West Hempfield, and West Lampeter.
Borough of Richland.
Townships of Heidelberg and Millcreek.
Cities of Allentown and Bethlehem. Boroughs of Alburtis, Catasauqua, Coopersburg, Coplay, Emmaus, Fountain Hill, Macungie, and Slatington.
Townships of Hanover, Heidelberg, Lower Macungie, Lower Milford, Lowhill, North Whitehall, Salisbury, South Whitehall, Upper Macungie, Upper Milford, Upper Saucon, Washington, and Whitehall.
Cities of Hazleton, Pittston, and Wilkes-Barre. Boroughs of Ashley, Avoca, Bear Creek Village, Conyngham, Dupont, Duryea, Exeter, Freeland, Hughestown, Jeddo, Laflin, Laurel Run, Nescopeck, Nuangola, Penn Lake Park, West Hazleton, West Pittston, White Haven, and Yatesville.
Townships of Bear Creek, Black Creek, Buck, Butler, Dennison, Dorrance, Exeter, Fairview, Foster, Hanover, Hazle, Hollenbach, Jenkins, Nescopeck, Pittston, Plains, Rice, Salem, Slocum, Sugarloaf, Wilkes-Barre, and Wright.
City of Williamsport. Boroughs of Duboistown, Hughesville, Jersey Shore, Montgomery, Montoursville, Muncy, Picture Rocks, Salladasburg, and South Williamsport. Townships of Anthony, Armstrong, Bastress, Brady, Clinton, Eldred, Fairfield, Franklin, Hepburn, Jordan, Limestone, Loyalsock, Lycoming, Mifflin, Mill Creek, Moreland, Muncy, Muncy Creek, Nippenose, Old Lycoming, Penn, Piatt, Porter, Shrewbury, Susquehanna, Upper Fairfield, Washington, Watson, Wolf, and Woodward.
Boroughs of East Stroudsburg (part), Mount Pocono, and Stroudsburg (part).
Townships of Barrett, Chestnuthill, Coolbaugh, Eldred, Jackson, Paradise, Pocono, Polk, Price, Smithfield, Stroud, Tobyhanna, and Tunkhannock.
Boroughs of East Greenville, Pennsburg, Red Hill, Souderton, and Telford. Townships of Franconia, Hatfield, and Upper Hanover.
Boroughs of Danville and Washingtonville.
Townships of Anthony, Cooper, Derry, Liberty, Limestone, Mahoning, Mayberry, Valley and West Hemlock.
City of Bethlehem.
Boroughs of Freemansburg, Hellertown, Nazareth (part), North Catasauqua, Northampton, Pen Argyl (part), Stockerton, Tatamy, and Walnutport. Townships of Allen, Bethlehem, Bushkill, East Allen, Forks, Hanover, Lehigh, Lower Mount Bethel, Lower Nazareth, Lower Saucon, Moore, Palmer, Plainfield, Upper Nazareth, Washington, and Williams.
Cities of Shamokin and Sunbury.
Boroughs of Herndon, Kulpmont, Marion Heights, McEwensvillle, Milton, Mount Carmel, Northumberland, Riverside, Snydertown, and Turbotville.
Townships of Coal, Delaware, East Cameron, East Chillisquaque, Jackson, Jordon, Lewis, Little Mahanoy, Lower Augusta, Lower Mahanoy, Mount Carmel, Point, Ralpho, Rockefeller, Rush, Shamokin, Turbot, Upper Augusta, Upper Mahanoy, Washington, West Cameron, West Chillisquaque, and Zerbe.
Boroughs of New Bloomfield, Landisburg, Liverpool, Marysville, Millerstown, New Buffalo, and Newport.
Townships of Buffalo, Carroll, Centre, Greenwood Howe, Juniata, Liverpool, Miller, Northeast Madison,
Oliver, Penn, Rye, Saville, Southwest Madison, Spring, Tuscarora, Tyrone, Watts, and Wheatfield.
Townships of Blooming Grove, Greene, Lackawaxen, Palmyra, Porter, and Shohola.
City of Pottsville. Boroughs of Ashland, Auburn, Coaldale, Cressona, Deer Lake, Frackville, Gilberton, Girardville, Gordon, Landingville, Mahanoy City, McAdoo, Mechanicsville, Middleport, Minersville, Mount Carbon, New Philadelphia, New Ringgold, Orwigsburg, Palo Alto, Pine Grove, Port Carbon, Port Clinton, Ringtown, Shenandoah, Tamaqua, Tower City, and Tremont. Townships of Barry, Blythe, Branch, Butler, Cass, Delano, East Brunswick, East Norwegian, East Union, Eldred, Foster, Frailey, Hegins, Hubley, Kline, Mahanoy, New Castle, North Manheim, North Union, Norwegian, Pine Grove, Porter, Reilly, Rush, Ryan, Schuylkill, South Manheim, Tremont, Union, Upper Mahantongo, Walker, Washington, Wayne, West Brunswick, West Mahanoy, and West Penn.
Boroughs of Beavertown, Freeburg, McClure, Middleburg, Selinsgrove, and Shamokin Dam.
Townships of Adams, Beaver, Centre, Chapman, Franklin, Jackson, Middlecreek, Monroe, Penn, Perry, Spring, Union, Washington, West Beaver, and West Perry.
Boroughs of Forest City and Union Dale. Townships of Clifford and Herrick.
Boroughs of Hartleton and New Berlin. Townships of Gregg, Hartley, Kelly, Lewis, Limestone, Union, West Buffalo and White Deer.
Boroughs of Bethany, Hawley, Honesdale, Prompton, and Waymart. Townships of Berlin, Canaan, Cherry Ridge, Clinton, Damascus, Dreher, Dyberry, Lake, Lebanon, Lehigh, Mount Pleasant, Oregon, Palmyra, Paupack, Salem, South Canaan, Sterling, and Texas.
Borough of Factoryville.
Townships of Clinton, Nicholson, Overfield, and Tunkhannock.
Boroughs of East Prospect and Wrightsville. Townships of Fairview, Hellam and Lower Windsor.
Comparing PPL Electric Rates:
Attention PPL Electric customers! Are you ready to compare electricity plans for your home or business? We offer the best electricity plans in PPL from the top retail electricity providers. Now, there are several electricity plan options offered in the PPL Electric Utilities service territory. And, knowing your options is a great start to finding the best plan. Here are some of the plans offered in PPL:
Fixed Rate Electric Plans in PPL Electric Utilities
Fixed-rate electricity plans allow residents and businesses in PPL to lock-in electricity unit costs at a certain $/kWh for a contract period term. This provides price certainty and a relatively simple way to budget for energy costs.
PPL Electric Residential & Commercial Plans
Our site also gives PPL residents the option to choose between residential electricity rates and commercial electricity rates. Commercial businesses in PPL even have the ability to request a custom quote that is tailored to the business's individual usage.
No Deposit PPL Electricity Plans
Some energy providers require customers to put down a deposit when they sign up for an electricity plan. Our site allows you to filter plans that do not require a deposit, so you can sign up with a PPL electricity provider on your terms.
100% Green Plans in PPL Electric
Are you looking for a green electricity plan for your home or business? Our site displays rates from some of the leading green energy suppliers in PPL and the rest of Pennsylvania. Whether you want electricity generated from wind or solar, you can easily sort by 100% renewable plans.
Find a New PPL Supplier with EnergyPricing.com
While PPL Electric Utilities gives you a default rate based on wholesale prices, it may not be the best rate. PPL’s price to compare rates change often (bi-annually). When you choose to work with an electric supplier, you may be able to cut your energy costs and save throughout the year. At EnergyPricing.com, we make it easy to find a supplier with your ideal rate. For a larger commercial user, a custom quote is likely the best path to take when switching to a new supplier.
With our energy experts by your side, you gain expert guidance in choosing your supplier. They’ll help you review the contracts and find the best terms for your usage. Whether you choose the lowest rate or the best agreement, our reverse auctions give you the confidence knowing you explored all solutions.
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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.
- First, we restore power to critical public facilities, like hospitals, that serve the general public in emergencies.
- Then, we focus on major power lines and substations, using smart grid technology to reroute power until more difficult repairs can be made.
- We prioritize repairs that will restore power to the largest number of customers and then smaller neighborhoods, individual homes, and businesses.
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