Penelec and Allegheny Power to Freeze Electricity Delivery Rates In Franklin County Pennsylvania

by Michelle on December 27, 2010

A merger in the workings between Penelec, which is a FirstEnergy electric company, and Allegheny Power will result in a freeze on electricity delivery rates in Franklin County Pennsylvania.

The freeze has been agreed on by the two companies as part of their merger deal.

Although the delivery of electricity is more costly than the actual electricity supply it is also important to pay the lowest supply rate possible.

Compare Pennsylvania electricity rates by calling Electric Rates at 1-800-971-4020.

  • Penelec and Allegheny Power electricity delivery rates will not increase before October 1, 2012.
  • $11 Million in delivery credits will be provided to residential customers.
  • Delivery rates for other companies may increase after December of this year.

With the rate cap on delivery rates ending in January other electricity customers may see an increase in their monthly electricity costs.

Those customers that have their electricity delivered by Penelec or Allegheny may pay less than other customers following the lift of the rate cap.

Electricity customers have the power to choose who generates and who delivers their electricity.

In order to find the lowest rate on electricity generation call Electric Rates and have them compare the rates of the companies located in your electrical grid area.

To see an actual electricity company comparison chart use the comparison tool provided by Electric Rates.

The chart will list each company and their rates and you can even sign up for different service using the comparison chart as well.

Electricity generation savings are only a click away.

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