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Why We Need Electricity Choice

At the end of 2015, only 15 states and the District of Columbia had active residential electric choice programs. Participation caps in California and Michigan squelched consumer choice in those states.  New York effectively shut down its residential electricity market in February 2016 by imposing drastic limitations on marketers.  Customers in Ohio, Illinois, and Massachusetts are […]

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Small Business Peak Load Reduction Incentives

For most small businesses, the electricity choice market simply represents a chance to secure a good rate and minimize energy costs.  Historically, there has been little opportunity or incentive to manage electricity usage other than to reduce overall consumption.  With smart meter installations on the rise, however, time-of-use rate plans and peak load reduction incentives […]

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New York Power to Choose

A mix of investor-owned electric utilities, municipal electric utilities, and electrical cooperatives serves New York State. Residential, commercial, and industrial customers served by investor-owned utilities have the power to choose their electricity provider. As with all electricity choice programs, New York has a unique and evolving approach to encouraging market participation while maintaining consumer protections. […]

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