If you live in New Jersey, consider yourself lucky. Yes, I’ve heard all the Jersey jokes too, but the truth is New Jersey is a beautiful and diverse state. If you live or work in New Jersey, you know what I mean. What other state has pristine beaches, flowing mountains, a gambling mecca, and close proximity to New York City? Continue reading »
Almost half the state of Connecticut has already switched their electric supplier. Wow, think about that – almost 50% – in such a short time.
What are you waiting for? Are you waiting for it to be “fashionable” to save? Hmm… Well, did you know it is already fashionable to to make smart choices? And besides, it is fashionable to go green and to help and support our environment. To get in on saving money, not just in Connecticut, and to get in on supporting our earth, click here now. Go get a copy of your electric bill – the process takes about 5 minutes. No kidding.
Lowest Cost Power? Still looking? Well, I’ve got some news for you… the providers with the lowest cost power changes regularly due to the way those companies purchase power from the market. Energy rates fluctuate based on Continue reading »
Today’s topic is a good one. Cheapest electricity. So I pose the question, is the cheapest electricity the best choice of power? The answer is maybe, as it depends where the electricity came from – where and how it was generated. Continue reading »
Your cost for electrical power can actually go up if you do not switch suppliers and you live in a deregulated state.
When energy become deregulated in your state, energy suppliers can now set their own rate. In the name of competition and fair trade, it makes sense that energy suppliers would lower their rate… and the more efficient they run their business, the lower they can go. So how can your rates actually rise? To answer this question, we first need to ask what supplier would raise their rate. The answer is simple… Continue reading »
I get really excited when I think about saving a few bucks without giving up anything. That is one of the benefits that energy deregulation has brought to us. Think about it… we change our energy supplier, but we still get our energy delivered by the same company, get the same electric bill, and still call the same local utility of we need service. So what changes? Continue reading »