Questions

Ask and learn everything you need about electric choice.

Why has my state deregulated the electricity market?

The deregulation of local energy markets is determined at the state government level. States decide to deregulate and create an electric choice environment for various reasons. Usually the choice to create competition revolves around the desire of a community to lower prices for consumers, produce a higher supply of energy, create product innovation, improve customer service, create jobs, and improve the overall health of the local economy.

How do I know I am saving money?

If saving money is your priority, you can compare your local utility’s default rate (often referred to as price to compare) to the competitive rate being offered. If the competitive rate is lower, than you will save money on your monthly electric bill.

Do I have to inform my old electricity company when I choose a new one?

NO. We take care of everything for you. You just have to pay less for your electricity.

Who do I call if there is a power failure?

You will continue to call your local utility company for issues regarding power failure or lines and wires maintenance.

How long does it take for the switch process to be complete?

The sign up form will take you less than 5 minutes. The actual switch will go into effect on your next meter read date. So you can expect to get at least one, and possibly two, more electric bills from your old supplier.

Do I have to be home for a technician to complete the switch?

No. You do not have to be present for the switch. Everything happens with computers. You will not notice any type of switch being made even if you are at home. You simply go from paying one rate one minute, to a lower rate the next minute.

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