Would you intentionally overpay for your phone service… monthly rent… or maybe a new car?

Of course not…

Then why would you overpay for your natural gas or electric bills?

Lower Rates… For the first time in the last 4 years deregulated natural gas and electric prices are lower than the local provider charges.

You now have a choice and can choose lower energy rates without any risk or local service change. No-Hassle!

Your local providers buy natural gas and electric on the open market at wholesale prices and then bill their customers at retail prices.

We put our clints in a wholesale position.

If you are a business spending a minimum of $3000 a month a piece on your electric or natural gas, you may qualify for deregulated savings.

We conduct a no-hassle evaluation. There is no-risk and there is no-cost. We simply find you the best rates available.

All we need is a copy of your latest provider invoice.

Start Saving and join thousands of happy customers who have already lowered their energy bills!

Makes Sense!

Why Overpay?

To learn more email george@hbsadvantage.com or call 856-857-1230

 

PHILADELPHIA, May 14 /PRNewswire/ — PECO applauds the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission for its recent steps to help customers manage the transition to market-based pricing in 2011 following the expiration of more than 10 years of rate stability provided by deregulation. Specifically, the Commission’s approval of final default service regulations will provide the framework for utilities like PECO who must purchase energy for customers who do not choose to receive electric supply from an independent energy marketer.

“We strongly support retail competition,” said Lisa Crutchfield, PECO senior vice president of Regulatory and External Affairs. “And, the Commission has done a good job of dealing with the transitional issues that will be critically important to our customers in the years to come.”

Specifically, the Commission’s actions today provide:

* The option for customers to defer some portion of a rate increase.

* The ability for utilities to purchase energy on behalf of customers in ways that are best for each individual service territory — for example, securing energy through staggered purchases and competitive auctions.

* $5 million in funding for a statewide consumer-education campaign

“Through deregulation, consumers in Pennsylvania have benefited from capped electricity rates. After adjusting for inflation, Pennsylvania consumers are currently paying 12 percent less for electricity than they did 10 years ago. The end of capped rates will mean that electricity rates will begin to rise to account for current market conditions,” said Crutchfield.

PECO’s current rates will remain the same until January 1, 2011. Until that time PECO will have the opportunity to address the effect potential price increases may have on customers by: ensuring the company secures the best prices for customers; and educating customers so they understand how the energy market will change and what action they can take.

The Company also looks forward to the Commission’s action on demand side response and energy efficiency. Expected later this month, these actions will be another important component to help customers manage their energy bills.

Contact: Cathy Engel
PECO
2301 Market Street, S14-1
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-841-5555

Our perspective:

Deregulation has offered great opportunities for savings on the open market. It is still a little to early to determine just what opportunity exist. As soon as Peco releases a cost to compare, this will serve as a basis to make an objective decision.

Stay tuned, as we will continue to update you as more information is released. for more information email george@hbsadvantage.com or call 856-857-1230.