“The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission… rolled out a website that makes it easier for consumers to compare prices and determine if they could save a few dollars by switching to another natural gas company.” You can also learn How to Analyze an Offer from alternative suppliers in our Consumer Tools section.View this News Release (external link)
“With a little help from state legislators, Wisconsin residents could benefit from more competition in this market while at the same time producing green energy for their own personal consumption.” Learn if your state offers energy choice and alternative suppliers for electricity or natural gas on our energy choice maps.View this News Release (external link)
“The energy market has been open to competition in New Hampshire since 2002, but it was only recently that homeowners began to sign up with alternative suppliers like ENH in large quantities.” Learn How to Analyze an Offer from alternative suppliers in our Consumer Tools sectionView this News Release (external link)
“The state Attorney General and Consumer Counsel offer some tips on shopping for electricity in Connecticut as lower rates take effect Jan. 1.”View this News Release (external link)
“Only Texas has a more competitive retail energy supply market than New York state, according to an annual report that measures how well deregulation of the electricity markets is working across North America.”View this News Release (external link)
“The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has four new employees, who will help educate consumers on their options for cheaper electricity.” See our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about buying your energy from a competitive energy supplier.
“When Chicagoans go to the polls Tuesday, they’ll have a chance to decide whether the Windy City moves beyond coal to clean energy in a way that lowers electric bills and creates jobs…” Read more on the Huffington PostView this News Release (external link)