ResCom’s energy advocates cut through the clutter and confusion of the competitive energy landscape, providing our customers with significant savings and budget certainty. We can even lock in savings for years to come, eliminating the worry of rising energy costs! Best of all, ResCom provides its advocacy services free of charge to consumers.
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Lowered Energy Costs
Aggressive competition between electricity suppliers has the power to generate price bids at extremely competitive levels, and you can keep the same rate for years!
Competition gives you the flexibility to renegotiate for better terms as your energy needs change.
Switching suppliers does not switch your service provider. Your local utility remains in charge of the transmission and distribution of electricity and gas, and you will continue to receive the same dependable service as always.
The transmission and distribution of energy remain regulated and secured by government bodies in each individual state. Energy suppliers across the nation have adopted heightened standards of environmental cleanliness and efficiency.
The Power to Choose
The ability to choose from alternative suppliers gives you control of your energy supply. Competition among suppliers lets you select from an array of energy options, rates, and terms.
Keeping It Green
Today’s consumers are demanding cleaner energy from eco-friendly sources. Energy suppliers across the nation have adopted heightened standards of environmental cleanliness and efficiency.
The current economy has homeowners looking for new ways to keep a lid on expenses. Rising energy costs have become an expensive problem. Fortunately, industry competition gives consumers more alternatives to save on natural gas and electricity. Are you a residential consumer trying to balance a household budget? ResCom has answers to help lower your electric bill and keep that low rate for years. Let ResCom’s expert energy advocates show you how to lock in at a lower rate with no change in quality of service. Here’s how: