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You have the Power to Switch Energy Suppliers in PA & save!

Why Compare

Learn how you can compare Pennsylvania energy suppliers and electricity rates to find the best electricity plan for your needs.


What is Pennsylvania energy deregulation? Learn about its history and how you can take advantage to power your home.

Service Areas

Many service areas, including PECO, PPL, Penelec, and Penn Power are deregulated in Pennsylvania. See if you can compare energy suppliers and shop for electricity in your area.

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Need more information about PA power switch and how to compare energy suppliers in Pennsylvania? Learn more in the Education Center.

What we know about energy rates in Pennsylvania:

Pennsylvania is a state in transition. Currently 44% of electricity is generated from coal, and has transitioned to the 2nd largest nuclear power producer in the country. Similarly, Pennsylvania has become the 3rd largest natural gas producer in the nation, due to the Marcellus Shale. This transition will play a role in reducing Pennsylvania’s emissions. Additionally, by 2021, 18% of Pennsylvania power is to come from renewable sources.

Since 2011, over 1.4 million Pennsylvania residents are receiving competitive electricity and natural gas supply. Pennsylvania residents are currently paying 25% more than the national average on natural gas. This adds to the average combined utility bill costing residents over $1,800 per year for an average sized home. The most popular electricity and natural gas options are North American PowerConstellation, and Direct Energy.

Your energy decisions matter.

By choosing a green plan or cheaper electricity and natural gas rates you can save emissions and money. Using the Choose Energy rate search tool ( plug in your zip code above), you can find the best (or simply the lowest) Pennsylvania energy rates that fit your needs and lock it in today.

Consumption: 32nd
Natural gas prices: 20th
Electricity prices: 15th
Emissions: 3rd
Renewable energy generation: 17th – Hydro and Wind
Most generated electricity source: Nuclear

Compare electricity rates and shop electricity plans from many great Pennsylvania suppliers, including: