energy choice

Survey Shows Consumers Strongly Support Maintaining Existing Energy Choice, ACCES Says

Energy Choice Matters, the leading retail energy trade publication, published a recap of ACCES’ consumer survey and white paper, The Power of Choice: Consumer Preferences on Energy Choice in Florida and Ohio. ACCES spokesman, Michael Meath explained that the survey found, “no matter whether consumers have had choice for a number of years, such as in…

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ACCES Power of Choice Webinar

Earlier this month, ACCES released the results of a consumer survey, and accompanying white paper, which measured awareness and understanding of energy choice in Ohio and Florida. On June 7, ACCES hosted a webinar entitled, “The Power of Choice: Consumer Preferences on Energy Choice in Ohio and Florida,” to discuss the research. The webinar highlighted the survey findings including…

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Survey: Floridians prefer ability to choose energy provider

The Pensacola News-Journal published a follow-up to its investigative feature story on May 19 on Florida’s non-competitive electricity model with a recap of ACCES’ consumer survey and white paper, The Power of Choice: Consumer Preferences on Energy Choice in Florida and Ohio. ACCES spokesman, Michael Meath explained respondents’ views on the role of the Florida PUC while…

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First Look at the ACCES Consumer Choice Survey and White Paper

The American Coalition of Energy Suppliers is pleased to announce the launch of its consumer survey and white paper, titled, The Power of Choice. ACCES completed a consumer survey to measure awareness and understanding of energy choice in Ohio and Florida. Join us as we present the survey results in a webinar on Wednesday, June 7th…

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ACCES radio interview with The Steve Gruber Show on WJIM Michigan Talk Network

Click here to listen to the ACCES interview. On December 9, ACCES spokesman Michael Meath talked energy choice with host Steve Gruber of the WJIM Michigan Talk Network. Meath discussed energy choice in Michigan and the options available to consumers to meet their energy needs. “The more options you have, then the greater the opportunity to take control…

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ACCES interviews with SiriusXM Satellite’s Morning Briefing show, discussing energy choice

Click here to listen to ACCES spokesman Michael Meath interviewed by Morning Briefing host Tim Farley. On November 3, ACCES spokesman Michael Meath talked with host Tim Farley of SiriusXM Satellite Radio POTUS Channel’s Morning Briefing show. Meath discussed energy choice and the options available to consumers to meet their energy needs. Today energy choice programs allow customers to shop around…

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National Consumer Education Coalition Announces New Member WGL Energy Services

Oct. 13, 2015, Washington, DC – The American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers (“ACCES”), the nation’s leading supplier-led organization dedicated to consumer education on energy choice, recently welcomed its newest member, competitive energy supplier WGL Energy Services. “ACCES fills a unique role in the industry as the only supplier-led consumer education organization dedicated to empowering…

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New Hampshire Launches Comparison Shopping Webpage for Competitive Electric Supply

The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission has launched an electric choice comparison website for residential and small commercial customers looking to shop for a competitive energy supplier. New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission Contact: Amanda Noonan Concord, N.H.  The Public Utilities Commission launched a new webpage today that provides electric customers with one location to easily compare…

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Michigan State Representative Introduces Energy Choice Package

Michigan Representative Gary Glenn unveiled a package of energy bills which would expand the state’s energy choice market beyond a 10% cap by allowing hospitals, schools, government entities and those buying renewable power to participate without counting against the limit. Energy Manager Today Contact: Cheryl Kaften Representative Gary Glenn (R-Midland), the vice chair of Michigan’s…

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Pennsylvania Encourages Electric Customers in Southwestern PA to Shop for a Competitive Supplier

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission encourages consumers to consider shopping for a competitive electric supplier and to take advantage of the different offers that may be available to them, such renewable energy product offerings. Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Contact: Robin Tilley May, 06 2015 HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) today urged electric…

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