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Our goal is to help you make the best choice in selecting the best electricity rate for your home or apartment.  You don’t have to search different sites to look for cheap electricity rates. We have created a simple way to choose a plan from qualified energy providers.  This is a free online comparison and enrollment tool to find all-inclusive residential electricity rates in your area.

All residents and businesses in deregulated areas have the power to choose.  You can sign up for an energy plan online, online chat with one of our energy advisors, or call the number on your screen to speak to one of our energy experts and we can walk you through the process.

The process is quick and simple. Exercise your power to choose by filtering for energy plans by rate, contract length, and/or provider.  The energy rates you see are updated daily to give you the lowest rates in your area year-round.


  • When comparing plans, how is the cost per month calculated?
    The cost per month is calculated by multiplying the rate by the average amount of energy consumed in your area.
  • How does switching services work?
    1. Enter your ZIP code and compare the plans available in your area. Once you find the one you want, click the “sign up” button and follow the prompts to enroll. 2. Your confirmation email will be waiting in your inbox. Don’t see it? Check your spam folder in case the email is sent there by accident. 3. Your local utility will handle the switch. Our sign-up process will let your previous supplier or utility know that you’re switching to a new energy provider. There is no need to cancel your current service and you should not lose power during the transition.
  • What happens when the plan I sign up for ends?
    You will receive a notice from us 60 days or more that it's time to renew your electricity contract. Additionally, you will also receive a notice from your supplier at least 30 days before your contract expires, alerting you that it’s time to renew your contract or shop for a new one. If you do nothing, you will likely be moved to a plan your provider picks for you, which may not the best available deal.
  • How do I figure out if I have a fixed rate or variable rate plan?
    Compare the price per unit of energy over your past two bills and see if the rate changed during that period of time. The price per unit of energy for electricity is cents per kilowatt hour (kWh).
  • Are there any ‘hidden fees’ when signing up with a new supplier?
    Rates shown in our marketplace are all-inclusive, meaning they take into account any fees you will have to pay. If you need to pay a deposit, we'll tell you that upfront too. To find out if your current service has fees for switching providers, you should look in the Electricity Facts Label (EFL) and Terms and Conditions (T&C) documents that came with your plan.
  • Will I have to pay a deposit or get a credit check?
    Depending on your credit score, a deposit may also be required to begin service.
  • Why do your rates look different from the ones on my bill?
    The rates on our site are written in a simple decimal system to make them easier to understand. So, for example, a plan with a rate of $0.083 per kilowatt hour would show up as 8.30 cents per kilowatt hour on our site.
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