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Changing power companies?

Post in 'DIY and General non-hearth advice' started by maverick06, Oct 26, 2011.

  1. maverick06

    maverick06 Minister of Fire

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    In Pa with power deregulation I keep getting fliers in the mail trying to sell cheaper power. My peak power (losing the off-peak rate soon) currently costs $0.137 (total) $0.0255 (generation) I dont expect to save too much, maybe a few bucks.

    Has anyone else switched to a different company? How was the expirance?

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  2. Huskyforlife

    Huskyforlife Member

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    In Connecticut it is a very easy and painless to do. The power company even has a website where you can compare rates.
  3. muncybob

    muncybob Minister of Fire

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    I switched last year. It seems even PP&L encouraged me to do so. Rates are slightly lower than PP&L and I have had no problems. Still get my bills from PP&L.

    Recently we got a postcard asking to switch to another company and we would get our electricity for free on Saturdays...offer only good if you have a smart meter installed on your home.

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