“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)
“Though Connecticut residents have had the choice of energy suppliers since 2000, consumers have yet to switch to lower rates in droves. The most recent count shows that half of the state’s 1.4 million ratepayers have their electricity generated by the state’s utilities, rather than other suppliers that offer lower prices per kilowatt hour. Municipalities…View this News Release (external link)