Philadelphia utility rates are rising. PECO has announced that they will raise their electricity distribution rates, also known as Price to Compare on December 1st. Citizens Electric is also one of the companies in Pennsylvania which are raising rates. The increase in electricity rates for PECO will affect around 1.6 million homes and businesses in Philadelphia. The good news is that there are options to lower your peco bill and save on the cost of electricity.
Logging into your PECO account online gives you access to many more options than the most recent electricity or gas bill. You can access hour-by-hour and day-byday energy usage information and use tools to analyze your energy use and the results of your energy-saving efforts. You can also manage the bill, sign up for eBilling or paperless billing and much more.
PECO provides electric and natural gas delivery and supply services to its customers in the southeast of Pennsylvania. If you’re an existing PECO customer, you may be eligible for a deregulated energy program which can assist you in reducing your utility bills. Through participation in PECO Energy Choice, you are able to choose your own energy provider and realize savings on the supply charges that make up half of your bill.
If you are considering changing your electricity provider, Shipley Energy is proud to be an PECO authorized electricity provider. We offer competitive electricity rates for homeowners in Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania. We’ve been in business since before deregulation started and are able to provide affordable pricing plans that help you manage your PECO electricity bills.
Shipley Energy offers a simple online process that lets you change in a matter of minutes. You won’t need to be concerned about a switch cost or interruptions to service. Simply enter your address into our electricity rate calculator and then select the plan that is most suitable for you. Our customer service team is on hand to answer any questions you have.
PECO offers several programs to help their customers in paying their energy bills. These include: