Met-Ed Electricity Rate Cap to be Removed in January

by Michelle on December 8, 2010

The 1992 rate cap on Met-Ed energy rates is scheduled to be removed in January of 2011 and energy rates are expected to go up although nominally.

Electricity prices for residential customers have been staying fairly steady but rates will vary depending on the company you have supply your electricity.

Comparing rates is the only way to be sure that you are paying the lowest energy rate possible for the area you live in.

Contact Electric Rates at 1-800-971-4020 and they will help you compare the companies that will be competing for your residential electricity business.

  • Met-Ed electricity rates are only expected to increase by 2.2 percent.
  • The new Met-Ed electricity rate will be 8.3 cents per kwh.
  • Other companies in the same market have been known to charge as low as 7.5 cents per kwh.

Just because Met-Ed energy rates won’t be increasing by much doesn’t mean that you can’t still get a better rate from another energy company.

8.3 cents per kwh is a considerably low energy rate but anything lower is even better.

The competitive market makes lower energy rates possible.

Comparing energy company rates can be difficult or it can be simple depending on how you go about it.

Let an Electric Rates consultant help you compare rates and it will be simple and fast so you will be able to start saving sooner.

Enter your zip code into the Electric Rates comparison tool and you will be able to compare many companies’ rate all at once.

This is the fastest way to compare rates and even sign up for a different electricity provider.

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