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With roots dating to 1741, the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is a melting pot of European nationalities, founded by one of the oldest Protestant denominations in the world – Moravian. At the heart of Lehigh Valley, and on the banks of Lehigh River, the city is a growing location that more than 71,000 residents call home (and a place where many shop for competitive electricity rates).

When exploring competitive Bethlehem, PA, electric companies, be sure to compare rate structures (such as fixed and variable supply rate types) and any special features. If you need help comparing or enrolling in an energy supply plan, give® a call. Someone will be happy to help you.

Enroll in a fixed-rate supply plan

Comparing energy supply plans can take some time, but we’re here to make things simpler. While you can find several kinds of rate structures in Pennsylvania, you’ll most likely come across two main types: variable and fixed.

Variable supply plans do not offer price protection, but they do allow consumers to pay the current market price per kWh for electricity. This price is able to change from month to month, so it’s important to keep a close watch on your energy bill.

Fixed supply plans offer the same price per kWh for the entire term agreement, and do not have rates that vary with the market. Competitive suppliers skew toward fixed-rate supply plan, as they offer more stability for homeowners and business owners.

Call your utility to report an emergency

If you experience any type of energy-related emergency, do not call your supplier. Instead, call your local utility. While you may have chosen a particular competitive natural gas company because it offered an attractive supply plan, if you smell a gas leak, you should report it to your utility. The same goes for if you experience a power outage.

  • Report gas leaks to PECO by calling 1-800-841-4141.
  • Report power loss to PPL by calling 1-800-342-5775.

Updated 10-10-19

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