Pennsylvania Electricity

Friday, January 24th, 2014

Primarily in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, the average wholesale price for power is expected to be around $0.40 per kWh ($0.45 in New Jersey). With Electricity normally closer to $0.06 per kWh, customers are urged to consider curtailing usage as much as comfortably possible. This graph, provided by ConEd Solutions illustrates the dramatic increase: Read More…

Monday, July 8th, 2013

There are many ways electricity suppliers woo new customers, from low introductory rates, to a lack of cancellation fees or even free furnace inspection and repair. ┬áNow alternative suppliers are taking a cue from the credit card companies and offering cash back to their new consumers. But before you switch, customers need to read the Read More…

Monday, November 26th, 2012

Christmas is coming soon and most people have already bought their fancy new LED lights, chopped down (or bought) their tree and started to get their homes ready for the holiday season. We are getting ready here at Electric Choice as well, and to put our staffers into the Christmas spirit, we’ve decided to give Read More…

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Remember 1996? The Spice Girls topped the charts, wind suits were all the rage and electricity rates in Pennsylvania were 15 percent above the national average. In the keystone state’s largest cities, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, electricity rates were often among the highest in the nation. Today, electricity generation rates across the commonwealth continue to stay Read More…

Monday, November 12th, 2012

There’s no question competition has improved the way electricity is generated. Giving consumers a choice over their supplier has created a more efficient system with lower electric bills and more options for green energy. But one thing consumers still have little control over is the reliability of their power. Competition has enabled capacity markets which Read More…

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