MOVING CONSIDERATIONS

MOVING CONSIDERATIONS

If you are moving to a new town, it is important to know that a number of states have deregulated their electricity supply market and residents have a choice about which company supplies their home with energy.


In these “Energy Choice” states, the local utility is still responsible for delivering the electricity to your home, responding to emergencies, and usually billing you for the energy you use. So one of the first things you need to do is contact the local utility serving your area to set up an account and turn on the power in your new home.


However, once you have an account with the local utility, you should consider choosing a different company to supply the electricity you are purchasing. You may want a fixed-price plan or a green option that your utility does not offer. Or, you may find that there are lower cost options than the rate your utility currently offers. Energy choice lets you choose a supplier and a plan that best meets your needs.


For more than 17 years, ConEdison Solutions has been supplying electricity to thousands of residents of New York, Connecticut, the District of Columbia (DC), Illinois, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Enrollment is easy, and there are no cancellation fees, service charges, or credit checks.


For more information on the plans and pricing for electricity supply in your area from ConEdison Solutions, click the link for your state below:


View checklist on other things you should do when moving to a new home.


Connecticut

 

D.C.

Illinois

Maryland

Massachusetts

Connecticut

District of Columbia (DC)

Illinois

Maryland

Massachusetts

 

New York

 

Pennsylvania

       

New York

Pennsylvania

       
 RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICITY
 
Connecticut

Eversource-CL&P

UI

Washington DC

Pepco

Illinois

ComEd

Maryland

BGE

Delmarva

Pepco

Massachusetts

National Grid

Eversource-NSTAR

Eversource-WMECO

New York

Con Edison

National Grid

NYSEG

O&R

RGE

Pennsylvania


Duquesne Light

MET-ED

PCL&P

PECO

PENELEC

Penn Power

PPL

West Penn Power



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