Did you know you can lower your electricity or natural gas bill?

Choose Energy can help with your electric bill. Watch the video to see what others like you have to say, and decide for yourself.

Choose EnergyHow to Reduce Your Electricity Bill

How to understand your electricity bill payment

Your energy bill has a few main parts:

Example

Distribution / Delivery Charges

The delivery or distribution charges pay for the upkeep to the wires and pipelines that bring power and heat into your home.

Supply Charges

The amount of energy you use is then multiplied by a rate, shown on your bill in cents per kWh. This rate fluctuates based on your supplier, your plan, and market conditions.

$123.45

You save money by switching energy suppliers:

Example

Distribution / Delivery Charges

The delivery or distribution charges pay for the upkeep to the wires and pipelines that bring power and heat into your home.

Supply Charges

The amount of energy you use is then multiplied by a rate, shown on your bill in cents per kWh. This rate fluctuates based on your supplier, your plan, and market conditions.

$88 – $111

Get the best electricity plan for you. The three most important things are price, term length and fees.

6.80 per kWh

Price per kWh

12 months Fixed Terms

Length of contract

$200 Early Termination Fee

A fee for canceling contract before the contract end date.

Saving money isn't the only thing you can get when you switch.

Bonus Offers

Free Thermostats, Gift Cards, Bill Credits and more

In addition to saving on your regular monthly energy bill, you can also select a plan with free bonus offers. Many suppliers offer free gift cards, Nest or Ecobee Thermostats, bill credits and more.

FAQ's

Will I have to get a new meter or buy any new equipment?

No. The energy will run through the same lines that already go to your home or business—the only thing that changes is where the energy comes from.

Do I have to call my old supplier to cancel service?

No. Our sign-up process will let your previous supplier or utility know that you’re switching to a new energy provider. Once your utility or old supplier receives your application, they will cancel your previous service on your behalf.

Are there any “hidden fees” when signing up with a new supplier?

Some plans offer low rates, but include “hidden fees” that can end up costing you significantly more than other energy plans. Choose Energy makes it easy to avoid added costs by clearly listing all the fees associated with each plan.

To find out if your current service has hidden fees, you should look in the Electricity Facts Label (EFL) and Terms and Conditions (T&C) documents that came with your plan.

I will use the savings for my grandchildren.

Ivo S. - Rocky Hill, CT