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Power2Switch Launches In Ohio

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Power2Switch, the electricity-switching platform, has launched in the great state of Ohio. Using our free website: Power2Switch.com, Ohio residents can now save up to 30% on electricity charges. Due to statewide deregulation, residents have the option to switch to an alternative energy provider- with no disruption in service or additional fees. The process is simple […]

Retail Choice in Arizona to Cost $1 Billion!

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That is “officially” the latest information reported to the Arizona Corporation Commission (http://www.energychoicematters.com/stories/20130717k.html).  But before we all throw our hands up and resign ourselves to remaining hostages of Arizona Public Service and Tuscon Electric Power, let’s take a quick look at the facts to make sure we understand what’s going on. First, let’s not discount […]

Herfindahl-Hirschman Huh???

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  How municipal aggregation is sidestepping anti-trust laws.   “Many of life’s complexities can be traced back to a lawyer”- Jason Fried We’ve covered it before, but Com Ed’s municipal aggregation is tiptoeing the monopoly line. According to Energy Choice Matters, the market concentration is now “moderately concentrated”. Recently, these municipal aggregation opt-outs have given […]

A Follow-Up to “The Emperor’s (ComEd’s) New Rates”

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I Told You Not to Get Distracted by Shiny Pants!                    A few months ago (well, actually back on April 4th of this year), I wrote a blog post about ComEd’s new electricity rates for the supply portion of your electricity bill.  At that time, there were still several pieces up in air regarding exactly […]

Electricity Rates To Be as Big as Texas This Summer! The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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Electricity Rates To Be as Big as Texas This Summer! The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly                   If you live in Texas and you use electricity, this is going to be an interesting summer!  Texas is facing nearly a perfect storm that could create some record-breaking electricity prices throughout the summer.  And, the impact […]

Is a long term ComEd contract the new municipal aggregation jail sentence?

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Is a long term ComEd contract the new municipal aggregation jail sentence? According to Energy Choice Matters, the residents of the small, northwest town of Fox River Grove only have 2 months to opt out of a deal with ComEd that would last until September 2014. In addition, the residents of North Aurora are in […]

New York, We’ve Got Good News, and We’ve Got Bad News….

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Hey New York, We’ve got good news, and we’ve got bad news. We’ll get through the bad news first: New York, you’ve been over-paying for electricity, by a whole lot. In March, NY customers paid 18.26 c/KWh whereas the average American paid 11.59 c/KWh. The prices are even higher in New York City; there they […]

New Yorker – This is what you pay for Electricity!

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So, you live in New York and want to know what you’re paying for electricity?  Good luck! Power2Switch recently launched our services in New York.  And, as part of the service we provide for our customers, we display your utility’s Price-To-Compare so that you can compare the rates on our site against the rate for […]

Getting to Know Integrys PT. 2

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On January 9th 2013, the city of Chicago switched providers from Commonwealth Edison to Integrys Energy. The deal touted savings of over 20% and the included the well publicized addition of the “No Coal Provision”. Back then, looking closely at the provisions of deal, we thought this deal might be blowing some artificial steam. As the Chicago Tribune mentioned, there’s no […]

Kudos to Hudson, New York!

More Proof that it is possible to Save Money and Go Green at the same time! WAMC Northeast Public Radio reported that the city of Hudson, New York has chosen a new electric supplier.  Feel free to follow this link to read more of the details about this story – http://www.wamc.org/post/city-electricity-goes-green-june.  My intent is not […]