Explore Competitive Electricity Companies in Pittsburgh
Home to farmland, Independence Hall and a long history of steel working, Pennsylvania is an enduring symbol for freedom and, more recently, the freedom to choose who supplies your electricity supply. No matter whether you're a business owner or a resident of Pittsburgh, you can compare electricity rates and find the supply plan that works best for your budget. Be sure to compare rate structures to find one that will best fit your lifestyle. When in doubt, simply give us a call.
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|Homestead||Munhall||N Versailles||North Versailles|
|Rankin||Squirrel Hill||Swissvale||Turtle Creek|
|W Homestead||West Homestead||West Mifflin||Whitaker|
What's the difference between a utility and a competitive supplier?
Thanks to energy choice, the Keystone State gives consumers the option to compare electricity supply plans from several suppliers. These competitive power companies offer electricity rates in mostly fixed-rate and variable-rate supply plan structures. Consumers can still purchase supply from the regulated utility at current market prices. However, no matter where a Pennsylvanian purchases his or her energy, the utility will remain in charge of distributing and transmitting electricity.
While you can shop competitive Pittsburgh power companies, the following utilities will remain in charge of all electrical infrastructure (and are responsible for resolving power outages):
- Citizen's Electric Company: 1-570-524-2231
- Duquesne Light: 1-412-393-7000
- Med-Ed: 1-888-544-4877
- PECO Energy: 1-800-841-4141
- Penelec: 1-888-544-4877
- Penn Power: 1-888-544-4877
- Pike County Light & Power: 1-877-434-4100
- PPL Electric Utilities: 1-800-342-5775
- UGI: 1-800-276-2722
- Wellsboro Electric Company: 1-570-724-3516
- West Penn Power: 1-888-544-4877
Find new Pittsburgh electricity rates with ElectricityProviders.org
Don't settle for an energy supply plan that you don't like. Let us help you sign up for a new supply plan that meets your needs. Call ElectricityProviders.org to speak with a trained energy representative to help you through the shopping process.