New York electricity rates as low as 4.69 cents/kilowatt hour in the Save On Energy marketplace.
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Compare New York electricity rates
New York residential and business energy customers are finding rate hikes – again – from their utilities. Con Ed has announced rate hikes for the next three years, while National Grid will add to 2019 rate hikes with a new increase in 2020. NYSEG also raised rates in 2019.
What’s a New Yorker to do? Consider deregulated electricity from an energy services company (ESCO). Enter your ZIP code above to see what’s available in your area.
Deregulated Energy in New York
The New York State Public Service Commission deregulated the state’s energy market in 1996, giving the power of choice to millions of energy customers across the state. Energy deregulation allows national energy suppliers to offer customers competitive prices and products for their electric or natural gas needs. To find a deregulated energy plan that’s right for you, enter your ZIP code above.
2 Million Customers | 11 Local Utilities | 6 National Suppliers
Why deregulated energy?
Deregulated energy is ideal for New Yorkers that want more control over their energy bill. Within the deregulated energy system, customers can shop around for energy rates from trusted energy service companies. ESCOs often offer customer incentives and benefits, as well as options for green energy plans or RECs. Click here: to learn more about the plan types and products offered in New York:
- Fixed-rate plan
- Variable-rate plan
- Prepaid plan
- Green energy plan
- Home Services
- Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)
Our partners at Choose Energy will show you a range of energy plans and rates in your area that fit your budget and your needs. To lock in a great rate today, enter your ZIP code above.
Who provides my power?
The only difference you’ll see in your energy service with a deregulated plan is how much you’re paying for it. Even with a deregulated energy plan, your local utility will continue to deliver reliable electricity or natural gas to your home or business.
Switching is easy – once you sign up with a deregulated supplier through the Choose Energy marketplace, your work is done. Your new supplier will communicate directly with your utility to ensure that there are no interruptions to your power service. If you do experience an outage or other problem, call your utility immediately.
|Utility Company||Emergency Contact Number||Customer Service Number|
|Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp.||Gas: 1-800-942-8274
|Corning Natural Gas Corp||607-936-3755
|National Grid: Upstate||Gas (Upstate): 1-800-892-2345
Gas (Metro): 1-718-643-4050
|Gas (Long Island): 1-800-490-0045
|Long Island: 1-800-322-3223|
|Long Island Power Authority||1-800-490-0075||Residential: 1-800-490-0025
|National Fuel Gas Distribution Corp.||1-800-444-3130||Buffalo: 716-686-6123
|New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG) Corp.||Gas: 1-800-572-1121
|Orange & Rockland Utilities||Gas: 1-800-533-5325
|Rochester Gas & Electric Corp.||Gas: 1-800-743-1702
|Enbridge St. Lawrence Gas||1-800-673-3301||315-769-3511
Toll Free: 1-800-673-3301
If you choose to keep your service with the local utility, that’s OK too – but remember that the utility’s default rate is often higher than those from deregulated energy suppliers. You can compare deregulated energy rates for your home or business by entering your ZIP code above.
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To find and compare deregulated energy plans from trusted suppliers in your New York area, enter your ZIP code above.
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