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Energy deregulation is all about inserting competition back into a closed market, and it's as easy as trading one hat for another. Commercial Energy Consultants dives head-first into a massive market to find and deliver you the best energy provider to supply your office or home's energy.

What Is Energy Deregulation?

The easiest example of deregulation and regulation is on your actual power bill. Take a look at the following two items: the delivery charge and the supply charge. Below is an example of your monthly bill, and on it you c…

Why Is Energy Deregulation A Good Thing?

Energy deregulation brings competition into the market which generally drives prices down. The consumer gets the freedom to choose who their supplier is, instead of having no choice at all. Most suppliers offer a fixed price, which gives pri…

Energy Deregulation - What Are My Options?

Consumers are free to stay with their incumbent utility - no one is forcing anyone to change suppliers. Customers are also free to choose to work directly with an alternate supplier by doing their own research, but the problem here is that t…

What Is The Downside To Energy Deregulation?

The first thing to mention is that the incumbent utility is the default utility. Whatever happens, the incumbent utility will always be available. They also cannot turn down a customer: another reason why the default utility has to charge more. …

What's New? Advances In Technology

The first advance is the use of consultants. Heretofore customers had to work directly with the supplier themselves, including the supplier's direct sales teams. In recent years, consultants have been cropping up to help the consumer. Most s…

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