Compare Electric & Gas Rates

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States with Competitive Electric & Gas Pricing

The deregulated energy environment presents opportunities to save money on your electric  rates. We partner with dozens of electric suppliers to get you the most competitive rates.

Utility Companies no longer benefit from being a monopoly that provides electric supply to customers where energy is deregulated. In deregulated areas, the functions of the old utility are generally divided into three separate entities:

  1. Generation/Production
  2. Energy Retailer
  3. Delivery/Distribution

In deregulated states,  customers may choose their own energy retailer.  The retailer buys energy at competitive prices and passes the savings on to energy customers. Whichever retailer a customer chooses, energy is still delivered by the same local electric utility company who will always maintained the poles, electrical lines and equipment.

Find out today if you can get a better rate than what you're currently paying your Utility Company.  There are no fees or retainers for your business and you are under no obligation to implement any of our recommendations.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to get pricing and/or switch suppliers?

Nothing.  There is no cost to switch suppliers.

What portion of the bill can be shopped? 

The G&T (Generation and Transmission).  Your locatl utility will continue to bill the Distribution portion on your monthly electric bill.

Will you get a separate bill from the new supplier? 

You’ll always continue to get a bill from the utility for the Distribution portion of the bill.  Most suppliers have the option of getting a separate bill from them or having their charges billed on the utility’s bill.

For an example of how much money can be saved on your next electric bill:
Let’s say you use 50,000 kWh a month and your current electric provider is charging you 10.5 cents/kWh. The supply portion of your bill, not including taxes would be $5,250.  If we find you a supplier charging 8.5 cents/kWh, your bill would then be $4,250, a savings of $1,000 a month or $12,000 a year.