PPL Residential Price To Compare Increasing 25%; Small C&I PTC Increasing 36%

POSTED NOV. 2 BY

The following story is brought free of charge to readers by EC Infosystems, the exclusive EDI provider of EnergyChoiceMatters.com PPL Electric has posted electricity prices to compare for the period beginning December 1, 2021. Effective December 1, PPL is listing the residential (RS) Price to Compare (PTC) as 9.502¢/kWh, over 25% higher than the current 7.544¢/kWh Effective December 1, ...

Energy Information Administration Short-Term Energy Outlook – Issued October 13, 2021

POSTED OCT. 20 BY

Winter Fuels Outlook

“We forecast that average U.S. household expenditures for all major home heating fuels will increase significantly this winter primarily because of higher expected fuel costs as well as more consumption of energy due to a colder winter.” https://www.eia.gov/outlooks/steo/...

How to Choose the Best Electricity Supplier in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland for Your Home or Business?

POSTED SEP. 21 BY

Unlike some states, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland allows its residents and citizens to choose their best electricity and energy suppliers, opening up a competitive market in which companies like RiteRate Energy can open shop and offer their electricity supply services.

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Energy Saving Tips for Your Home

POSTED AUG. 14 BY ADAM SMITH

The idea of saving energy in your home is not a new concept. Companies have been designing energy-efficient appliances and advocating for energy saving for years, targeting consumers who are looking to save money on their bills. It’s usually not enough to just install energy-friendly appliances and then forget about all other steps to saving energy. You must go the extra mile to ensure that you ...

Best Reasons to Choose RiteRate Energy

POSTED JUL. 24 BY ADAM SMITH

You might be tired of your current electric company. You might also be tired of paying outrageous rates that fluctuate when you just want to heat or cool your home at an affordable cost. After all, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland can have pretty harsh winters and scorching summers. It’s not comfortable to shiver or sweat in your home, especially after a long day and you just want to relax withou...