Energy Choice Industry News

“Town Power: Getting Lower Energy Rates Through Deals With Suppliers” (Hartford Courant)

“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…

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“How Customers Can Benefit from Energy Deregulation” (Shelton Patch)

“Too few people in CT realize they have energy options outside of the traditional large companies such as United Illuminating (UI) and Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P)… it’s important to know your bill is divided into two component charges. One set of charges is the generation charge. This is the cost of the actual electricity…

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Energy information forum energizes area residents on power choices (The Bugle)

“The issue of energy is complex enough for consumers without adding the individual choice of selecting a source, understanding the rate structure involved and knowing how it will impact electric use… The (Illinois) consumer now has three choices for electric supply.”

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