Con Edison’s residential prices are the highest charged by any major US utility — and that’s OK with the state of New York. Con Ed charged its electrical customers an average 26.99 cents for a kilowatt hour of electricity in 2013 — more than double the national average of 12.12 cents, new federal data show. Con Ed’s rates have been frozen since 2013, and state regulators are negotiating to keep them frozen through the end of 2016. But when the state Public Service Commission last week suspended talks about Con Ed’s request for a rate increase next January, it spared …Read more »
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ComEd, the utility serving the Chicagoland area, filed for a $275 million increase to fund smart grid expansion. If approved by Illinois, this request would go into effect in January of 2015, and add $3.00 to resident’s monthly bills. This ComEd rate increase is the second since 2012, and will mean that Illinois residents will be paying $8.5o per month more in 2015 than previously in 2012 for their distribution charges. Why? In 2011, Illinois passed The Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act to upgrade the grid, which could prevent extended outages and help residents understand their electricity usage in greater detail. …Read more »
We met so many passionate people that not only love what they do but also care about the principals involved with running a funeral home. It was very informative with useful updates and information about the industry. The food was delicious and it was also a good opportunity to meet local vendors whom they have worked with, as well as also offer our services. We were able to save several companies thousands of dollars annually on their natural gas bills and we are looking forward to helping many more members of the organization improve their bottom line and make it …Read more »
More and more business owners are smiling after being contacted by Orion Energy Consulting LLC. The reason why they are so happy is with our new relationships with the latest suppliers we have partnered with we were able to bring even more savings to the table. Most of our recent customers had no idea what customer choice was and what it could do for them but after having one of our experienced consultants explain the program and give them an apples to apples comparison they saw the value in our states energy choice program and the value of their new business relationship …Read more »
More and more customers are getting bit by suppliers in Pennsylvania because they didnt have an energy consultant
Susan Martucci figured her latest electric bill might be higher because of the crazy cold weather, but the bill she got was just plain crazy. “When you are used to a bill around $150 or so, $650 is way, way off,” said Martucci, of Salisbury Township.
PPL’s Price to Compare for small business customers will increase 12% on March 1, which follows an earlier 20% increase which took effect on December 1. Specifically, for the GS-1 (General Service – 1) and GS-3 small (General Service – 3 small) rate classes, the PPL Price to Compare will increase to 10.391¢/kWh, effective for the three-month period beginning March 1, 2014. The current GS-1 and GS-3 Price to Compare is 9.250¢/kWh. The PPL residential RS Price to Compare for the three-month period beginning March 1 will remain at 8.754¢/kWh.
- Con Edison’s residential prices are the highest charged by any major US utility
- Chicagoland Residents Should expect a ComEd Rate Increase
- Thank You IFDF For Having Us At Your 2015 IFDF Annual Conference & Trade Show
- More and more happy business owners in Florida
- PUC Again Reminds Shopping Consumers to Review Contracts and to contact experienced brokers/consultants to review their bills