Choosing the best Product and Plan for You

Choosing The Best Price Plan for You


As a result of deregulation, there are many price plans available through your local utility’s Energy Choice program.  Most importantly, you have the option of choosing between the security of a fixed price plan and the risk/potential return of a variable price plan.  You also have the option of choosing how long your price plan stays in place.  Understanding your options and choosing the one that works best for you and your orginzation.


It’s important to know that if you don’t choose a price plan, you’ll default to paying the monthly  default price charged by your local utility.  In many states, that price is subject to change every month and allows for recovery of all costs incurred which includes exposure to market price movement and also adjustments for previous over/under charges.


  • Fixed Pricing stays constant over a specified term. Offers predictability and eliminates exposure to market risk.
  • Variable Pricing is subject to change each month. Not all variable prices plans represent the spot market so it's important to choose the right one.
  • Default Pricing charged by your local utility in the event you don’t choose a plan. Subject to change each month and includes all costs incurred.
  • Rollover PricingPrice charged by a 3rd party vendor once your initial price expires. Subject to change monthly without regulatory oversight.

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