How is Choose Energy different than PA Power Switch

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What is PA Power Switch?

In Pennsylvania, you have the freedom to choose which company supplies your home (or business) electricity from a variety of suppliers. PA Power Switch is the official electricity shopping website of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. 

This gives you, the consumer, more choices, giving you access to competing suppliers, their rates, or accessing a specific service you want, such as renewable energy.

As of June 2020, nearly 30 percent of Pennsylvania customers had switched to an electric supplier. PA Power Switch makes switching suppliers pretty straightforward, and it works with roughly 1.5 million customers, including those living in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

How does Choose Energy differ from PA Power Switch?

Choose Energy empowers consumers by providing clear information through educational guides and tools. Our goal is simple. We demystify the often opaque energy industry, while easily connecting our customers affordable energy options. 

Since 2008, Choose Energy has worked to make energy choice simple and easy for everyone. We offer a variety of plans and suppliers at unique rates for such companies as Constellation Energy and Direct Energy, and we offer green and sustainable options. We also make energy experts available by phone, ready to answer all of your questions. 

Whether you’re looking for cheap electricity, no-deposit options, or renewable energy, we are your one-stop shop for comparing rates across suppliers.

Pennsylvania electricity deregulation

Pennsylvania offers a variety of electricity utilities within the state. Note that electricity utilities, listed below, deliver your energy. However, like suppliers, they also can sell you electricity. 

If you have a complaint about your electricity, try addressing it with your utility first.

Contact Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

To report complaints or ask questions about suppliers, contact the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission these ways:

Updated: 7/29/2020