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16 Deregulated Natural Gas States Join the # of customers who switched to deregulated natural gas 15+ Trusted Suppliers

Deregulated energy savings extend to natural gas customers too! Currently, natural gas supplies nearly one-fourth of all energy in the United States and powers over 73 million homes and businesses.

Why switch to deregulated energy?

Residents and business owners in some deregulated areas have the opportunity to take advantage of big savings by switching to a retail natural gas supplier. That’s where we come in!

Choose Energy will help you shop low natural gas rates from trusted suppliers in your area – just enter your ZIP code above or click your state below!










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Washington, DC

Deregulated natural gas state map

How did natural gas deregulation happen?

In 1989, Congress passed the Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act, which gave states the ability to deregulate their natural gas markets. Consumers in deregulated natural gas areas have access to a number of retail suppliers who often offer savings and incentives that the local utility can’t beat.

Remember: Only the “supply” portion of your service is covered by your deregulated supplier. So even with a deregulated natural gas plan, your local utility will still deliver your service to your home or business.

To find and compare deregulated natural gas rates, enter your ZIP code above.

This process to choose my supplier just gets easier every time.. I like to be able to help the environment while I save dollars. I especially like that I have a choice in the energy marketplace -- it's like I have a vote in the industry.

Martha T., New Cumberland, PA

Wow, I can't believe how much I just saved. Approximately 30% overall back in my pocket. That's AWESOME!

Chuck E., Westminster, MA

In the media

New York Solar
Energy Deregulation: Opportunities and Challenges

Residents of New York have been able to choose their energy supplier since the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) began deregulating the energy market in the late…

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