Whether you're moving to a new address, or shopping for a better rate, Allconnect’s energy partners can help you conveniently compare electricity providers by zip code and schedule your services.
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What is electricity deregulation?
If you live in a deregulated market, you can choose your electricity provider. In deregulated states such as Texas, electricity providers in deregulated states like Spark Energy and Champion Energy Services compete to get your service, which can lead to lower energy rates and special promotions. The best way to get a good deal on electricity is to compare rates. If you live in one of the following states you have the power to choose your electricity provider due to the deregulation of electricity in these regions.
You'll find deregulated electric suppliers vary from city to city or even within regions. To make sure you’re getting the best deal, search your zip code to access a list of local electricity companies provided by Choose Energy and Save On Energy.
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Why should I compare deregulated electricity plans?
If you live in a deregulated electricity market, you might be able to reduce your monthly utility bill by shopping around for the best rates and plans. Because there are several electricity companies in deregulated regions, many will offer discounts and deals, which can save you money.
What is regulated electricity?
Electricity is regulated in the majority of states. If you’re in a regulated market, you do not have a choice in your electricity provider. This means you and your neighbors must use the same provider. However, you can still save money on your monthly electricity bill by monitoring your usage and regulating consumption depending on time of year.
If you live in a regulated energy state, here are some tips for how to find out which company provides electricity to your home:
Renters: Contact your landlord or leasing office to find out which company provides electricity to your address.
Homeowners: Most city governments have information for new residents on their website. You can also call your city to ask about utility providers at your address. If you’re in the process of buying a home, your real estate agent may also be able to assist you in finding out this information.
Locate an electricity provider in your regulated state
Before moving, contact your landlord or leasing office to find out the electric company that provides service your address and the surrounding areas.
You can call your city government or visit their website to find the utility provider at your address. If you’re in the process of buying a home, your real estate agent can assist you with this information.
Common Electricity Service Questions
Who are Save On Energy and Choose Energy?
Save On Energy and Choose Energy offer deregulated electricity plans from over 30 companies in 16 states, giving you the power to find the best electricity provider for you and your home.
Is all electricity deregulated in Texas?
In 2002, the Texas Senate approved a bill allowing energy deregulation to be phased into regions over the next several years. Today, 85% of Texas residents can choose their electricity supplier.
How do I save money on my electric bill?
Install weather stripping to doors and windows
Wash clothes in cold water
Turn off the heat dry on your dishwasher
Invest in Energy Star appliances
Use ceiling and standing fans to circulate air
How does a state decide to deregulate?
Utilities are regulated and deregulated at the state level, where public service commissions are responsible for overseeing and authorizing investment decisions, operations and customer rates.