Electricity Providers

Delmarva DE Electricity

April 11, 2011

Delaware has a deregulated electricity market.  What does this mean?  It means that the local incumbent utility Delmarva, which was once a regulated monopoly controlling all aspects of electricity service – generation, transmission, distribution – is now only in charge of distribution (they are just an electricity delivery company).  The state mandates that they offer […]

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Integrys Energy Review

December 15, 2010

This article pertains to commercial and industrial electricity customers in deregulated markets where Integrys Energy is active, including but not limited to Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, and New York. Integrys Energy has offered electricity contracts with misleading rate quotes to commercial and industrial customers.  If you are deciding to use Integrys Energy as […]

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Energy Alliance of Pennsylvania Review

October 27, 2010

We have recently been getting a lot of questions pertaining to the Energy Alliance of Pennsylvania as a result of their increased rates over the past few months.  After much research, here is what I have discovered: The Energy Alliance of Pennsylvania is a licensed retail electric provider that was set up by the Manufacturing […]

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Viridian Energy Review

October 4, 2010

Viridian Energy is a new company, founded in 2009, who offers a variable electric rate to customers in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Viridian Energy only offers a variable rate which can be dangerous if you are a customer.  There is really no limit to how high a variable electric rate can go up […]

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Compare Electric Rates

September 29, 2010

The time and energy that it takes to compare electric rates can be overwhelming for some.  However, with a little research and education, customers in Texas, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Connecticut can lower the cost of their electric bill by comparing electric rate offers from electricity companies against the electric rates of the […]

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Compare Electricity Companies in Pennsylvania

August 4, 2010

Commercial and residential electricity customers have a number of options when it comes to choosing an electricity company for their supply rate in Pennsylvania.  In areas where the capped rates have already expired, such as PPL and Duquesne Light, there are over 20 electric providers actively offering service.  Choices are more limited in areas where […]

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PPL Electric Providers

May 21, 2010

The purpose of this article is to briefly explain the different type of electric providers in the Pennsylvania PPL electric market. With the competitive electric market in the PPL utility territory maturing, business and residential customers are starting to become more familiar with some of the 30+ alternative suppliers’ brand names. With many consumers the […]

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Glacial Energy Review

May 7, 2010

Glacial Energy is an alternative electric supplier located in nearly every deregulated market in the U.S. including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, New York, and Texas. On the positive side they offer an easy to read contract agreement to customers and generally, like most alternative suppliers, can offer customers on default service savings. On the negative side, […]

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Suez Energy Review

March 16, 2010

Suez Energy Resources is a retail electric provider who is active in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Texas, and Washington DC.  They offer competitive pricing to large commercial and industrial markets in these regions.  Typically they will not price deals that are below 4 million KWh annual usage which […]

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Maryland Residential Electricity Choice

February 25, 2010

Maryland is a unique restructured electricity market.  Real options exist for Maryland consumers, and significant savings opportunities are available.  Residential Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE) customers can reduce their electricity generation bill by 14% by switching to a competitive supplier.  However, only 72,000 out of 5 million people in the state have chosen an alternative supplier. […]

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