How to Lower Electric Bill

Hello, August! It’s the time of year where you face the remaining heat of summer while preparing to send your kids back to school. And that means you could be facing high electricity bills from fending off the heat with your air conditioner while buying new clothes and supplies to ensure your children start off the new school year in style.

So, what can you do to defeat those increased home electricity charges? We recommend switching away from your current utility company and to Direct Energy – complete with a super-competitive fixed-rate electricity plan!

We’ve compared our August fixed-rate electricity plans in select areas across the United States to what your local utility currently charges you for your home electricity supply. We want to show you how you can save with us when you make the switch!

What Can I Do to Lower My Home Electricity Bill? | Direct Energy Blog

Delaware –

Delmarva Power

  • 21% Savings with the Live Brighter 24 plan
  • 20% Savings with the Live Brighter 12 plan
  • 14% Savings with the Live Brighter 6 plan
  • 10% Savings with the Comfort and Control 24 plan

New Hampshire –

Eversource New Hampshire

  • 21% Savings with the Live Brighter 12 plan
  • 18% Savings with the Live Brighter 6 plan

Ohio –

Dayton Power & Light

  • 15% Savings with the Live Brighter 12 plan
  • 13% Savings with the Live Brighter 6 plan

Rhode Island –

National Grid Rhode Island

  • 10% Savings with the Live Brighter 12 plan

If you didn’t see something you liked this month, visit us again in September to check if you can save with Direct Energy over your utility company in the fall!

All savings refers to the current difference between Direct Energy’s fixed rate offer and the Utility’s current Fixed Rate for Basic Service as of August 1, 2016 and does not include any other component of the electricity bill. Utility rates are subject to change and there may be no savings following the respective official utility rate change date. Direct Energy’s fixed rates include electricity supply charges only and excludes delivery/transmission charges, taxes, and all other utility-related charges. Offer is limited and valid for new residential customers only.

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