|Supplier||Plan||Energy Term Length||Rate|
|Live Brighter 12||12 month fixed||6.59¢|
|36 Month Home Power Plan||36 month fixed||6.29¢|
|12 Month Home Power Plan||12 month fixed||6.99¢|
|Eagle 36||36 month fixed||6.76¢|
|Live Brighter 18||18 month fixed||6.59¢|
|24 Month Green Home Power Plan||24 month fixed||6.89¢|
|Eagle 12||12 month fixed||7.26¢|
|Eagle 24||24 month fixed||6.96¢|
|12 Months Fixed||12 month fixed||6.99¢|
|6 Month Home Power Plan||6 month fixed||7.29¢|
|6-Month Fixed||6 month fixed||6.99¢|
|24 Month Fixed||24 month fixed||6.69¢|
|12 Month Fixed||12 month fixed||6.99¢|
|Stress Free 12||12 month fixed||6.85¢|
|ClearGreenGuarantee12||12 month fixed||7.09¢|
West Penn Power is a subsidiary of First Energy, which serves over six million electricity customers in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions. West Penn Power delivers electricity to residents in central and southwestern Pennsylvania, including Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Crawford, Lawrence, Mercer, and Venango counties.
West Penn Power "Price to Compare"
West Penn Power will continue to provide you energy service by default if you don’t choose a plan from a an independent energy supplier. The rates you’ll be charged under the “default” plan are approved by your state’s public utility commission. Those rates are listed below. The default rate is your “Price to Compare.” The Price to Compare can help you figure out how much you'll save by switching from the utility's plan to one offered by an independent energy supplier. If the supplier's rates beat the utility's "Price to Compare," you can save the difference per kilowatt hour by switching to that supplier.
West Penn Power electricity rates
Those living in the West Penn Power service territory can easily check out energy suppliers offering electricity plans in their area. These electricity rates include only the cost of producing the electricity, not the cost of delivering the electricity to you. The delivery costs will remain the same no matter who supplies your electricity. To report power outages or downed power lines, you should call West Penn Power customer service number.