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Are You Being Paid on your bills

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Nothing additional to Buy, No Points to accumulate. Why?  Because everyone in the entire United States of America, Canada & 23 other countries already are buying these services, use them everyday and pay the service bill every month! Why not save & earn money doing what you and everyone else is already doing. Products & Services vary in availability geographically.

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Energy Deregulation Fox News Report involving PECO
in the State of Pennsylvania.                                                                                               

Energy Deregulation USA

Energy Deregulation USA. States being added all the time. 74 million potential customers!

&Energy Service Bill Savings & Electricity Can Be Free

With decades of regulation the results are that utilities have become monopolies who lobby legislatures for rate increases and beneficial business arrangements, not always beneficial to the end user, you the customer.

When markets transform into a deregulated market it creates competition breaking up the absolute control the utility provider has over its customer. All anyone has to do to understand this is look at the telephone communication market. In the 1980’s a monthly cell phone bill could easily reach $500.00 per month & now the average monthly cell phone bill is estimated at about $50.00. Even with unlimited use less than $100.00 per month. That is the Impact of Deregulation & Competition & it gets even better with Programs that can Power your home for free. 

According to latest release from the U.S. Department of Energy – Energy Information Administration (EIA), the average residential monthly electric bill was $110.21 in 2013. That is a yearly amount of $1,102.10 and over a 10 year period is $11,021.00. This short video our Power your home for free Program.

 

Now a Great Opportunity is presented with Energy Deregulation in the USA, Canada & other countries.  Such a shift benefit customer allowing retail energy providers to form and sell energy. This creates competition providing customers with many options for better rates and service.

Deregulation of electricity began in 1990, opening access to residential & business backed by Federal Law. Deregulation allows the reduction of electric, natural gas rates and now solar energy is available. Deregulation of electricity & natural gas creates competition & lower cost & opportunities to provide the products. The State of Texas has been a leader in this area  of deregulation deregulating its utilities starting in 2002. It is reported Texas residents experience a 32% savings with the market being kept at a healthy and competitive level.

In Deregulated Energy Markets, your current utility continues to supply electricity & natural gas, responds to emergencies, service calls, service interruption, maintains infrastructure & sends you your monthly service bill.

The only real change is your monthly service bill will be lower meaning you pay less for electricity and natural gas! Additionally, there will be eco-friendly as most suppliers offer green energy alternatives meaning you help Planet Earth!

How is all this possible? The answer involves infrastructure cost, bad debt & anything else the State Utility Commission will allow to be added to their actual cost of electricity & natural gas. Wholesale provider have much less overhead cost and are more flexible getting the best price for electricity & natural gas creating the potential for savings, lowering cost allowing those savings to be provided to you the consuming customer. In most instances there is a savings, but in life there are very few 100% guarantees.

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