If you live in any of these states… (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania) you should be saving money and energy right NOW. Oh yeah, Maryland and Illinois too!
You are lucky have a home or business in one of these energy deregulated states. You have the right and the choice to save money and to save energy by choosing your electricity supplier. Not everyone has this choice. It’s like having the right to vote… exercise your right. Choose your energy supplier now!
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.
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 »
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 »
There is quite a lot of buzz now about electric supplier comparisons. Many utilities in many states are including an insert with your electric bill to let you know you have a choice of power suppliers. Continue reading »
Yes, it’s true – your utility wants you to switch and I’m going to prove it to you. Many local utilities have been trying to get you to switch. Some are even sending notices with your bill. Most of the utilities (if not all by now) have a page on their website telling you to switch (click here to learn why). I am going to provide you with links to your local utility to prove it… Continue reading »