(PRWEB) September 20, 2012
Business owners who pay for electricity in Texas, New York and Illinois are now eligible for a free consultation that could help them save as much as 30 percent on monthly electricity bills, according to Tom Gardella, an independent consultant and energy expert and affiliate with one of the country’s largest green energy providers
As deregulation opens up the energy market, business owners can choose their electricity providers and secure the lowest energy rates.
Energy prices continue to rise and fluctuate—so Gardella says now is the time for businesses to explore energy savings options and to secure the lowest energy rate by calling 866-203-4103 to set up a free energy savings analysis.
“Government mandates that are making energy companies modernize and limit coal use will require billion dollar projects for compliance. This, in turn, will raise rates across the board for consumers,” said Gardella. “Dallas Oncor, Chicago ComEd and Con Edison in New York are all raising their rates.”
According to a recent report, electric rates for customers of Chicago’s Commonwealth Edison are set to rise in October. And in Texas, the electricity price cap increase could raise Texans’ electric bills by millions of dollars, according to a recent news article in the Star-Telegram. The landscape is similar in New York.
The answer could be a switch away from state electricity providers. Whereas state energy providers have variable rates, independent suppliers often allow businesses to lock into a fixed plan, Gardella pointed out.
“To be on a fixed electric rate and to know exactly what the cost is at the beginning of each month is priceless in this tough economy. We have an all inclusive fixed rate to save you money and allow you to budget,” he said.
Businesses seeking to reduce energy costs or get out of a bad contract should contact Gardella for a free energy forecast at 866-203-4103.
In addition to businesses, Gardella is also extending the offer for free energy analysis to homeowners that wish to save on residential rates.
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