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Thanks to the deregulation of the New York energy market, National Grid Schoharie businesses and residents have the power to choose their energy supplier. Across the National Grid service areas, energy services companies, also known as ESCOs, compete with one another for customers.
Every home and business has different energy plan preferences and the flexibility of the deregulated system allows customers to find supply rates and term lengths that fit those requirements.
There are many advantages to comparing National Grid Schoharie rates to those offered by ESCOs. Every savvy shopper knows the way to find the best price on something is to shop around, and energy supply rates are no different.
An easy way to compare National Grid Schoharie rates to the competition is to call in and work with an energy advisor who can guide you to a plan that fits your needs!
Many states have initiatives in place to reduce pollution, and New York is no different. Pollution from energy-rich fossil fuels impacts the quality of air and water for humans, plants and wildlife.
An effective way for you to use fewer fossil fuels is to purchase a green energy plan from an ESCO in the National Grid Schoharie service area. Green energy helps offset your home or business' carbon emissions. Because of energy deregulation, you have the power to choose an energy supply plan that can help support a cleaner, more sustainable environment.
Even if you choose an electricity or natural gas supply plan from an ESCO, you will still maintain a relationship with National Grid. Part of New York's deregulation laws require utilities such as National Grid to deliver energy to customers through the power lines and gas pipes it owns and operates.
When you take advantage of your power to choose, nothing will change about your energy service. Power will reach your home the same way it always has. However, your bill might look a little different. You'll continue to pay National Grid for the delivery of energy, but you will pay your ESCO for the amount of energy you use.
You can continue to get your energy supply through National Grid, but National Grid Schoharie rates might not satisfy your current needs. An ESCO might offer something different that appeals to you, such as green energy options or a long-term fixed rate.
Figuring out which ESCO to purchase your energy supply from is a surprisingly easy process. By calling to work with one of our energy advisors, you'll have the benefit of comparison shopping. You're a phone call away from a new energy plan, so give us a call to exercise your power to choose!