Find Your Next Rockford, IL, Power Company
Comparing electricity companies is easy with SaveOnEnergy.com®, and finding a new energy supply plan takes no time at all. Rockford, Illinois, offers consumers of a lot of supply plans to choose from. When you're not researching and comparing plans, there's plenty to do, such as visiting the Discovery Center Museum, the Anderson Japanese Garden and Stockholm Inn. With Rock River cutting through the center of town, it's no surprise that green spaces are also plentiful. Check out Blackhawk Park, the Sinnissippi Park area and Anna R. Page Forest Reserve to truly experience the city's close connection to Mother Nature.
Rockford is a delightful place to live and work, offering the ease of a smaller town and the power to choose an energy plan of a big city. When you're ready, let SaveOnEnergy.com help you find a new supply plan to power your home or business so you can get back to exploring all that Rockford has available.
Know your utility
As a resident or business owner in Rockford, it's important to know your local utilities: Nicor (gas) and ComEd (electricity and gas). While you have the power to choose your energy supplier, the energy infrastructure is still maintained by the local utility. If there is ever an emergency, such as a gas leak, downed power line or power outage, you should contact your utility immediately.
Report any gas leaks to Nicor at 1-888-642-6748.
Report any electrical and gas issues to ComEd at 1-800-334-7661.
Understand supply rates
Shopping for a new supply rate can seem intimidating at first, but we're here to help Rockford residents compare electricity companies and find a supply plan that best fits their needs. Comparing offers from competitive natural gas providers or electricity suppliers? One easy thing to remember are the two main types of supply plans offered: fixed and variable.
Fixed-rate supply plans offer price protection for the whole contract. When you sign up for a supply rate, you keep that rate per kWh until your contract expires. There's no guessing what you will pay for electricity supply, making budgeting a lot easier.
Variable-rate supply plans are a bit different. Instead of offering price protection, this type of plan frees you from long-term contracts. You pay the market price per kWh, meaning you either get to take advantage of market lows, or, on the flip side, pay market highs.