Energy deregulation is here. Energy companies may now buy and sell energy like a commodity, to be delivered to consumers by the same public utility company as in the past. One bill, paid to the same public utility company as … Continue reading
AARP has prepared an article to explain how to read a utility bill in a deregulated state. Their article can be found at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/advocacy/info-06-2011/understanding-deregulated-state-utility-bill.html
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When companies compete for business they are more responsive to the needs of the consumer. The Alliance For Retail Choice offers tips for choosing an energy supplier at: http://www.allianceforretailchoice.com/2011/08/19/surfing-the-competitive-energy-market-how-to-choose-an-energy-supplier/
In an article recently published on Compete, statistics from across the country were used to show that residents and businesses in deregulated states are embracing competition, resulting in sharp increases in the number of customers who choose to shop for their electricity. … Continue reading
A recent newspaper article in the Patriot-News states “Businesses and residences wanting to reduce their carbon foot print without taking out their wallet for a large investment are finding that green power options from competitive energy suppliers are a viable … Continue reading