Recently, PPL Electric Utilities announced its rates for consumers was going to increase. In the Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era article, readers were informed: ”
“The state Public Utility Commission website, PaPowerSwitch.com, shows 46 alternative residential suppliers operating in PPL territory.Only 12 suppliers beat PPL’s current rate, the website shows, and some of those better rates are variable — changing monthly. But 30 will beat PPL’s new rate that kicks in Saturday.”
Today, the site shows, a household using 700 kWh per month will pay $50.66 per month.
Tomorrow, that same usage household will pay $57.99 per month.
As the article states, 30 providers currently have lower rates. Maybe it’s time to switch!