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PECO Energy Co. customers encouraged to shop for electricity

There’s no time like the present for PECO utility area customers to shop around around for their energy. Why? …

National Grid customers: Get ready to pay 40% more for your electricity supply this winter

Just like last year, National Grid customers will see a major spike on their electricity bills starting on November 1. National Grid, the largest utility in Massachusetts, …

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Hi there. Nice of you to join us on this fabulous new day, on this fabulous new website. We’ve worked really hard to make shopping for a better energy plan …

Chicagoans: Here’s what you need to know about choosing an energy supplier

This post is brought to you by our content partners at the Chicago Tribune. The power will very soon be back in your hands, Chicago — the power to …

Why electricity rates in Texas are down this summer

AC is more or less a necessity to combat scorching Texas summers. As Texans are well aware, when the AC use goes up, so do the energy bills.

The Verdict Is In: Consumers Are Better Off With Energy Choice

This week, a new study has found what many of our customers have already experienced first-hand: people who live in parts of the country that allow them to choose …

Shining A Light On West Penn Power’s Rate Increase

If you’re a West Penn Power customer wondering why your energy bill is particularly painful this month, you’re not alone. July is the month when all of the recent …

West Penn Power Electricity Bills Soar This Summer

Customers of West Penn Power can expect skyrocketing electricity bills this summer, with the average bill going from $92.47 to $124.42. In this graphic, we break down how much …

Breaking News: CT Is The First State To Ban Variable Rate Electricity Plans

As of October 1, 2015, electricity suppliers will no longer be able to offer new variable rate plans to Connecticut residents. Lawmakers are heralding the ban as a win …

Municipal aggregation coming to a (temporary) end in Toms River, New Jersey

This June, residents of Toms River Township in New Jersey will notice a change on their electricity bills. According to the official announcement from Toms River, anyone who …