Deregulated States’ Energy Customers Switching to Competitive Companies

by Michelle on December 4, 2010

A number of states have deregulated electricity markets and reports show that electricity customers are taking advantage of the competition that the deregulation has spurred.

Instead of only having one company offer electricity customers in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania can choose between numerous electricity service providers which offer a variety of electricity rates.

Use the comparison chart at the Electric Rates website to compare the energy rates of the electricity companies in your state.

  • Competitive rates mean significant savings.
  • One in three customers in Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, and Connecticut has switched to a competitive electricity provider.
  • Fixed rate plans may offer even more electricity rate savings.

Not only do some of the electricity companies competing for electricity customers offer lower energy rates but also fixed rate energy plans.

Both the lower rate and the fixed rate can work to provide you with a lower monthly energy bill.

Switching the provider who supplies your energy does not involve anything more than making the switch.

Customers still deal with the same local company they always have, they just pay less for their electricity supply.

The first step to finding a lower energy rate provider is comparing companies’ energy rates.

Use the Electric Rates comparison tool by simply entering your zip code.

For more information on deregulation and lower energy rates contact Electric Rates at 1-800-971-4020 and speak to a representative.

Getting a lower electricity rate is just a quick phone call away.

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