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ConEdison Solutions Offers Up To 20 Percent Summer Savings
June 27, 2013
SWITCH CAN SAVE $125 ON ELECTRIC BILLS OVER NEXT FOUR MONTHS
Falls Church, VA: ConEdison Solutions (CES), one of the country’s leading energy services companies, is offering Maryland electricity consumers in the BGE, Pepco and Delmarva Power territories cool savings for the summer.
CES’s fixed price plans – set at 20 percent below current utility default rates-- will save customers as much as $125 from June 1 to September 30, the period of peak electricity usage.
For instance, Baltimore residential and small business customers can lock-in CES’ low price of 8.35 cents per kilowatt-hour, compared with BGE’s rate of 10.44 cents /kWh. Savings of $125 are calculated based upon assumed usage of 1,500 kilowatt-hours per month during the summer season.
Within the state’s competitive energy marketplace, more than 500,000 out of an approximate total of two million residential electricity consumers have already switched away from their default, conventional utility suppliers. That still leaves over one million customers with the potential to save money.
Customers receive the same service and billing statements from their utility, which billing statements would reflect CES’s lower prices for the supply portion of the bill. It takes minutes to sign up, there are no cancellation or switching fees, and customers’ service will not be interrupted as a result of making the switch.
“Possibly 1.5 million residential customers are currently paying more for their electricity than necessary,” said Michael Perna, Vice President of ConEdison Solutions. “The hotter the summer gets, the greater the savings households with air conditioning will realize by making the switch to ConEdison Solutions.”
“Many Maryland households still may not realize they reside in a state where deregulation allows them to choose their electricity provider and save money right now,” he said. “Our company already serves hundreds of thousands of homes in states across the nation, including thousands in Maryland. It’s easy for people in Maryland to take advantage of the savings.”
ConEdison Solutions’ price is not regulated by the Maryland Public Service Commission, but CES is fully licensed by the PSC to sell electricity in the State of Maryland. The prices do not include taxes, or utility fees or distribution charges. For more information, please visit www.ConEdSolutions.com/BGEsavings or for a free savings estimate, call 1-855-361-1576 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.).
ConEdison Solutions, which offers electric commodity supply in 12 states and the District of Columbia, is known for financial stability, innovative products and customer service, while offering competitively priced electricity and renewable power. The firm’s extensive roster of energy services clients around the nation includes government facilities, universities, public school districts, and hospitals.
About ConEdison Solutions
ConEdison Solutions is a leading energy services company that provides competitive power supply, renewable energy, sustainability services, and cost-effective energy solutions for commercial, industrial, residential, and government customers. The company is based in Valhalla, New York, with offices in Burlington, Massachusetts; Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Falls Church, Virginia; Houston, Texas; Tampa, Florida; and Overland Park, Kansas. The firm’s dedicated team of energy professionals delivers a broad range of commodity, consulting, demand-side management and performance contracting services. ConEdison Solutions offers programs and services designed to help customers achieve their individual energy objectives and is accredited as an Energy Services Provider (ESP) by NAESCO.
ConEdison Solutions is a subsidiary and registered trademark of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE: ED). More information can be obtained by calling 1-888-210-8899 or visiting the ConEdison Solutions website at www.conedsolutions.com. You can also visit the Consolidated Edison, Inc. website at www.conedison.com for information on all of the Consolidated Edison companies.
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