Yes, the frenzy is on in New York City. Ever since ConEd has opened up to Viridian Energy, residents and businesses alike have been switching like crazy.
Why? Maybe it has something to do with those high New York City electric rates? Maybe it has something to do with the need for Continue reading »
This could be the best news we have heard in a long time for New York City regarding the deregulation of energy. Viridian Energy, the responsible energy company (yeah, I didn’t write that, I got it from Viridian), is now online with Consolidated Edison of New York. 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 »
What? Are you kidding? Why would they want me to switch?
Ok, ok, I know this sounds strange but after you read this quick post you will fully understand.
Here’s the facts… energy is delivered to your home (or office) by your local utility. That is what they do. Your electric bill will show the fee for this service. The energy being delivered needs to first be purchased somewhere, and this will also show on your bill. This is called the generation portion of your bill (GSC=Generation Service Charge). Your local utility is not allowed to make a profit from the generation of energy Continue reading »
Just a quick note to let you know that Viridian, the responsible energy supplier, is now available in New Jersey. If you are a PSE&G customer, you can start saving on May 7th 2010 – that’s less than a week away! This is great news! If you are an ACE customer, you can begin saving on May 24th, 2010. And if you are a JCP&L customer, you can begin saving in June 2010. We don’t have an exact date yet for June, but I will post it as soon as we do. You can always come back to this site, or you can Continue reading »