Compare Lancaster Energy Suppliers
When most people think of Lancaster, PA, their minds might first wander to the Amish. However, competitive Lancaster electricity companies are plentiful, and there's more to the city than pre-modern, non-electric life. In reality, you can find plenty of energy supply plans within city limits, as well as factory outlets, live theater productions and delicious cuisine – attractions that more fast-paced cities have to offer.
If you're in the market to find a new supply plan from a competitive gas or electricity company, you've come to the right place. SaveOnEnergy.com® has trained professionals ready to help you find an energy supply plan that fits your household or business needs. Give us a call; you could enroll in under 30 minutes.
What's the difference between energy providers and suppliers?
Before energy choice, residents and business owners had only one choice for energy: their local utility company. After energy choice, regulated utilities were no longer the only option for energy supply in many Pennsylvania areas. A utility, or provider, is the entity that transmits and delivers electricity and/or natural gas to consumers. A supplier is the entity that acts as a retailer, selling energy supply plans to consumers.
How do you report an energy emergency in Lancaster?
While consumers can now enroll in a supply plan from a chosen competitive Pennsylvania electricity company, the local utility remains in charge of all electrical infrastructure. This means that Lancaster electricity companies, as well as gas companies, which offer competitive supply plans are not responsible for resolving energy-related issues. Instead, contact the local utility, PPL (electric) and UGI (natural gas), if there is an emergency.
To report a power outage, call PPL at 1-800-342-5775.
To report a gas leak, call UGI at 1-800-276-2722.
Enroll in a new supply plan today
Comparing energy supply plans is important if you want to ensure you're getting the type of plan or rate structure you prefer. If you have any questions, or if you want to enroll in a new supply plan, please call SaveOnEnergy.com to speak with an energy representative. We're ready to help you find the supply plan that works for you.