|No matter who you
choose to buy energy from, your local utility will continue to deliver
your electricity and/or gas and respond to service interruptions and
outages. You will still pay your utility for these services. Depending on
your area, you can choose to receive a single bill from your utility
listing your utility delivery charges and competitive supply charges, or
separate bills from the utility and alternate energy provider. The
information on this page was last updated on June 20, 2011. Please be
sure to get accurate and up-to-date information before making any
There are a number of choices for residential electricity consumers in the state of Maryland. Please follow the links below to compare rates and switch plans. Contact us directly at 303-322-1234 if you have any questions.
The Maryland Office of People’s Counsel
The Maryland Office of People’s Counsel (OPC), created in 1924, is the oldest utility consumer advocacy office of its kind in the United States. The People’s Counsel is appointed by the Attorney General, with the advice and consent of the Senate, and acts independently of the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) and the Office of Attorney General. OPC is a State of Maryland agency, yet works independently to represent Maryland’s residential consumers of electric, natural gas, telecommunications, private water and certain transportation matters before the PSC, federal regulatory agencies and the courts. Click on the link below to visit their site...
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SOS prices for residential and small commercial customers (under 25
kW) change every six months. Supply for this class, known as Type I,
has been "laddered" to shield customers from exposure to the
wholesale market at any one time. The supply needs for these customers
are split into quarters, and 25% of supply is procured every six
months for a period of two years -- meaning the SOS price is a
revolving mix of old and current supply contracts. While intended to
shield small customers from the price volatility witnessed by larger
customers, this "laddering" can also raise prices through
risk premiums. The SOS price also does not fall as quickly when the
wholesale market price falls, because only a small part of SOS supply
is being bought in the current market. Customers can take advantage of
falling prices faster by choosing a competitive energy provider that
offers lower rates when market prices fall.
Residential Natural Gas:
There are choices for residential electricity consumers in the state of Maryland. Please follow the links below to compare rates and switch plans. Contact us directly at 303-322-1234 if you have any questions.
Columbia Gas of Maryland
Commercial Natural Gas:
We can help commercial natural gas customers in Maryland obtain competitive price quotes to help lower their energy costs. Simply fax an LOA and your entire natural gas bill to 303-200-8670 for a competitive price quote to see if we can help you save money on natural gas. Contact us directly at 303-322-1234 if you have any questions.
Baltimore Gas & Electric (BG&E)
CLICK HERE For a Custom Price Quote
Washington Gas & Light
Tiger Natural Gas
Maryland Natural Gas Utilities:
If you would like to inquire about our business opportunities in Maryland, please contact us directly at 303-322-1234 or visit our Opportunity page.