West Penn Power Price to Compare Increases

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West Penn Power has published new price to compare (PTC) default service electric rates for the period of June 1, 2015 through August 31 2015. The published commercial rate is $0.07311/kWh.

As of today a West Penn Power commercial customer can lock in a price as low as $0.0645/kWh for 36 months. This rate is not only 12% lower than the utility’s PTC default service electric rate but also is fixed and guaranteed for 12 times the period of time. A client wishing to obtain a contract to budget and have some price protection but is unsure of locking in for a 36 month period has the option to choose other term lengths. As another example, the fixed price for a 12 month term for a commercial customer may be as low as $0.06278/kWh, which is 14% lower than WPP default service electric rate and is fixed for four times the length of time the utility rate is guaranteed.

Do not play the waiting risk game. Take control of your West Penn Power costs, and provide your company with the peace of mind of price protection and budget certainty. Contact Better Cost Control to find out what rate your business is eligible to receive.

To obtain a commercial price quotation, click here. For a small business price quote, click here.

Here is a link to the filings: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/customer_choice/pennsylvania/pennsylvania_tariffs.html#WPPFilings

Penn Power Price to Compare Rises June 1, 2015

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Penn Power of Pennsylvania announced the new default service Price to Compare for the period from June 1, 2015 to August 31, 2015. You can read the entire rate filing here.

The price for all commercial Penn Power electricity customers will be $0.08638/kWH, which includes the GRT. This price is an increase over the previous 3-month period.

Customers who choose to obtain a fixed price contract, as of the date of this posting, can obtain fixed 24-month prices that are 12% lower than the new rate, to eliminate all risk of price increases. Without a contract, customer electricity rates adjust every three months.

To obtain a commercial price quotation, click here. For a small business price quote, click here.

Penn Power New Price-to-Compare Decreases

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Penn Power of Pennsylvania announced the new default service Price to Compare for the period from December 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014. You can read the entire rate filing here.

The price for all commercial Penn Power electricity customers will be $0.05741/kWH, which includes the 5.9% GRT. This price is an slight decrease over the previous 3-month period.

Customers who choose to obtain a fixed price contract, as of the date of this posting, can obtain fixed 12-month prices that are 2% lower than the new rate, to eliminate all risk of price increases. Without a contract, customer electricity rates adjust every three months.

To obtain a commercial price quotation, click here. For a small business price quote, click here.

Penelec Rates – New Price-to-Compare for December 1, 2013

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Penelec of Pennsylvania announced the new default service Price to Compare for the period from December 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014. You can read the entire rate filing here.

The price for all commercial Penelec electricity customers will be $0.07666/kWH, which includes the 5.9% GRT. This price is an increase over the previous 3-month period.

Customers who choose to obtain a fixed price contract, as of the date of this posting, can obtain fixed 12-month prices that are 13.6% lower than the new rate, to eliminate all risk of price increases. Without a contract, customer electricity rates adjust every three months.

To obtain a commercial price quotation, click here. For a small business price quote, click here.

Met-Ed files new Price to Compare electricity prices for December 1, 2013

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Metropolitan Edison (Med-Ed) of Pennsylvania announced the new default service Price to Compare for the period from December 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014.  You can read the entire rate filing here.

The price for all commercial Met-Ed electricity customers will be $0.07874/kWH, which includes the 5.9% GRT.  This price is a decrease of 2.16% over the previous 3-month period.

Customers who choose to obtain a fixed price contract, as of the date of this posting, can obtain fixed 12-month prices that are 11.2% lower than the new rate, to eliminate all risk of price increases.  Without a contract, customer electricity rates adjust every three months.

To obtain a commercial price quotation, click here.  For a small business price quote, click here.

Penn Power Announces New Price to Compare

Penn Power has announced the new default service Price to Compare (PTC) for the period from September 1, 2013 to November 30,2013. The entire rate filing can be found here.

The price for commercial electricity customers will be $0.05971/kWH, which includes the 5.9% GRT.

As of the date of this posting, customers who obtain a fixed price contract can obtain prices that are 2.4% lower than the new rate in order to eliminate all risk of price increases.

To obtain a price quotation, click here.  For a small business price quote, click here.

Penelec Announces New Price to Compare for September

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Penelec’s Price to Compare is the total of the Generation Charge + Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard + Transmission Charge.  You can read the entire filing by clicking here.

The default service Price to Compare has increased for commercial customers, but decreased for residential customers, as follows

For the period September 1, 2013 through November 30, 2013

  • General Service (GS): .07612¢/kWh

As of this date, customers contacting for a fixed rate of $0.0717 will save 5.8% for the above period, while eliminating the chance of rising prices for the term of their contract.

Remember that the Price to Compare changes every three months.  You have no way of controlling your electricity costs without obtaining a competitive fixed price contract.  Contact us for more more information on electricity supply for your non-residential accounts.  Also consider the benefits of Renewable Energy Credits.

Penelec New Default Service Price to Compare for June 1 Announced

Penelec has announced the new default service Price to Compare (PTC) for the period from June 1, 2013 to August 31, 2013. The entire rate filing can be found here.

The price for commercial electricity customers will be $0.08057/kWH, which includes the 5.9% GRT.

As of the date of this posting, customers who obtain a fixed price contract can obtain prices that are 16.5% lower than the new rate in order to eliminate all risk of price increases.

To obtain a price quotation, click here. For a small business price quote, click here.

Penelec Announces New Price to Compare

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Penelec’s Price to Compare is the total of the Generation Charge + Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard + Transmission Charge.  You can read the entire filing by clicking here.

The default service Price to Compare has increased for commercial customers, but decreased for residential customers, as follows

For the period March 1, 2013 through May 31, 2013

  • General Service (GS): 7.011¢/kWh
  • Residential (RS, RT): 6.975¢/kWh

Remember that the Price to Compare changes every three months.  You have no way of controlling your electricity costs without obtaining a competitive fixed price contract.  Contact us for more more information on electricity supply for your non-residential accounts.  Also consider the benefits of Renewable Energy Credits.

MetEd Announces New Price to Compare

MetEd’s Price to Compare is the total of the Generation Charge + Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard + Transmission Charge.  You can read the entire filing by clicking here.

The default service Price to Compare has increased as follows

For the period March 1, 2013 through May 31, 2013

  • General Service (GS): 7.921¢/kWh
  • Residential (RS, RT): 8.665¢/kWh

Pennelec New Price to Compare

Penelec Price to Compare, Effective December 1, 2012 for three months.

General Secondary – Non Demand Metered (GS-Small) 6.863 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Volunteer Fire Company 7.051 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Volunteer Fire Company Time of Day 7.051 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Demand Metered (GS-Medium) 6.863 cents per kWh

All-Electric School, Church or Hospital (H) 6.863 cents per kWh

Remember: Three month pricing exposes you to more price risk than a fixed price contract.  If you want to control your energy cost, paying a small insurancepremium to eliminate upward price movement may be an attractive option for you.

MedEd Announces New Electricity Cost To Compare

Met-Ed, a First Energy Company, has posted the new electricity Prices to Compare for the three-month period beginning June 1, 2012.  You should look at your utility bill to determine your rate class.  Use the figures below to compare prices offered by different competitive electricity generation suppliers.  You will save money if the price quoted is lower than the price below.  As of this writing, prices from a variety of Better Cost Control competitive suppliers in Pennsylvania are lower than the prices below.  We recommend using an electricity broker to obtain the best prices and contract terms.

The figures below reflect a State Tax Adjustment Surcharge (STAS) of -0.12%.

Met-Ed Prices to Compare effective June 1, 2012 are as follows:

Residential (RS): 6.961 cents per kWh

Residential Time-of-Day (RT): 6.961 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Non Demand Metered (GS-Small): 6.605 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Volunteer Fire Company: 6.961 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Volunteer Fire Company Time of Day: 6.961 cents per kWh

General Secondary – Demand Metered (GS-Medium): 6.605 cents per kWh

Municipal Service (MS): 6.605 cents per kWh

To learn more about a fixed price electricity contract to protect your company from price fluctuations,  contact us via email or call 800-454-0027 x150