All contracts may include the following provisions: Term – Dates the contract is in effect and any renewal provisions; states if renewals are automatic, or need subsequent approval. Pricing – Establishes the price per energy unit (kWh, therm, ccf, MCF), and notes how taxes are treated, as well as any other potential fees or charges. […]
Nothing changes. The same local utility service team will be dispatched to service the power lines and turn your power back on under the same protocols that have existed for years. Your local utility is still responsible for all aspects of delivering and servicing your power. Your property, along with all other consumers in the […]
The process is seamless and you will not even notice when the new supplier begins. You do not need any new equipment, meters, or account numbers. The only difference is that you will pay a supplier for the electricity you consume rather than pay the local utility.
Since the local Public Service Commission governs the suppliers who are registered, such acts happen rarely, if ever. In the event a supplier fails to deliver natural gas, the utility will step in and deliver the gas necessary to keep the customer in operation. However, as the customer notified the utility that they would be […]
No. Utilities are obligated to support customers who opt to purchase their natural gas from third party suppliers. The primary function of the utility is to take the gas that has arrived from the supplier at the utility receipt point and redeliver it to the customer’s facility.
If you choose a new supplier, your local electric or natural gas utility will continue to deliver the power or gas to your property. Your local electric utility will also continue to maintain and repair the poles and wires. Your state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) will continue to oversee the safety and reliability of your […]