Find a Light Company in Scranton
Known as the Electric City, Scranton, Pennsylvania, is the commonwealth's sixth-largest municipality. Dickson Locomotive Works installed electric lights in 1880, and the nation's first electric-only streetcars in 1886. With such a long and novel history, and with more than 75,000 residents, energy comparison through the PA Power Switch program gives consumers the power to choose their own energy supply plans. No matter whether you're searching for natural gas plans or if you have questions about an electric company, Scranton, PA, has plenty of supply plans you can enroll in. Give SaveOnEnergy.com® a call to speak with an energy representative today.
Call PPL when your power goes out
Understanding the ins and outs of energy choice doesn't always come naturally. That's why we are here to help. While you can now choose a competitive energy company, transmission and delivery remains with your utility (regardless of your chosen supply plan).
As a resident or business owner in Scranton, PPL is the electric utility and UGI is the natural gas utility that services your area. In the event of a power outage or natural gas leak, call your utility and not your supplier.
Report power outages to PPL by calling 1-800-342-5775.
Report gas leaks to UGI by calling 1-800-276-2722.
Enroll in a new supply plan today
If you're ready to get started, simply give us a call. A trained SaveOnEnergy.com professional will guide you through the enrollment process. If you need more time, and want some help better understanding what to look for, continue reading below.
What's the difference between a fixed rate and a variable rate?
Before you shop, you need to know about two important supply rate structures available in Scranton. The two most popular are fixed-rate and variable-rate supply plans. Do you rent a house in Minooka? Or do you own in East Mountain?
If you're renting for a short term, you might find variable-rate supply plans appealing. A variable-rate structure offers no long-term commitment, but the price you pay per kWh each month changes. If you own a home, you might like the stability of a fixed-rate supply plan. This type of plan offers long-term price protection, securing a price per kWh over a term agreement.
Either way, the choice is yours! Don't let a competitive supply plan slip by – call now.