New York Utility Rates
Finding inexpensive electricity and natural gas rates for your home or business can be difficult. That’s where we come in.
The vibrant state of New York boasts of so many important events and locations though out its history. Another significant feature of this place is- it is an energy deregulated state. This means that the supply of energy used by the state no longer comes from selected utility companies, but from many others. This allows individuals as well as companies to choose which utility they get their energy from.
Choices in Electricity
In a deregulated environment residents of the state can choose which company will provide electricity for them. This means electric companies compete with one another to get the state customers. This can only be a good thing for residents as electricity costs can go down and services will improve. This new found freedom of choice though can bring confusion as to which company to choose from. This is where we can come in and help you, since it may not only be price that matters when selecting an electricity provider.
Choices in Natural Gas
If you use natural gas there is now the chance for you to select which company to use. Just like with electricity, you now can choose a company that can provide you with the best option particular to your situation. This is another benefit of energy deregulation that one should take advantage of. Natural gas companies will only work harder to satisfy your needs while at the same time providing themselves with opportunities to get more customers.
Choices of Going Green
With the energy deregulation in the state, there is also the choice of using renewable energy; this may not have been possible without this change. Now you have the chance to get energy while at the same time contributing to lessening carbon emissions and giving future generations of New Yorkers a world of lesser pollution and a continuous supply of renewable energy. This is an opportunity to being a part of something which is good for everyone in the state.