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Just my 2 cents on something

Posted by big_al_41 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 15, 11 at 6:54

I am a long time lurker on this forum. I was just wondering what with all the talk about whose got the most economical electric rates etc, why no one has suggested looking for Suppliers & Aggregators. These are companies that will deliver electricity at a bit lower rate then maybe the local companies do. I live here in Connecticut and I use one at my home. Granted it's not a huge saving ... but a savings none the less. Like I said, just my 2 cents here. Posted a link below and I think some may even service some the readers area.

Here is a link that might be useful: list of suppliers in MY area


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RE: Just my 2 cents on something

can you say enron?


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RE: Just my 2 cents on something

Heatseeker, I respectfully disagree with you.. while Enron may come to mind, this is not an enron situation.


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Yes I know but my point is it is the same game, three card Monty


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it also may depend on local laws. I'm not exactly sure about here (VA), but I think I cannot use anyone but the single regulated provider (Dominion).


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I happy to say that I am part of the IGNITE team. I offer cheaper rates to homeowners then there current utility co.
I not only install the most efficient hvac systems but allso sell electric.


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