List of electricity suppliers
licensed by the Public Service Commission (PSC). When you call them, be
sure to get answers to the following questions:
The PSC requires Delmarva
Power, and every Electric Distribution Company (EDC) to provide “SOS Pricing
Information” for use by Maryland consumers to compare Delmarva Power prices
with the prices of other suppliers and select the best value.
To calculate your
potential annual savings, determine the difference between Delmarva Power's
"Weighted Average Price of SOS electricity beginning October
1, 2013 through September 30, 2014” and the price of other Electric
Generation Suppliers participating in the Energy Choice Program by subtracting
one from the other. If the supplier’s price is less than Delmarva Power’s,
you’ll save money. Multiply that difference by your average monthly
kilowatt-hour (kWh) usage to determine your average monthly and annual savings.
You may be able to buy
cleaner power and possibly help protect the environment. By law, all
electricity suppliers must tell you how they generate their electricity
(nuclear, natural gas, oil, solar, etc.), what types of air emissions they
produce and their energy efficiency.
If you choose a new
supplier, making the change is easy. Return the signed, completed agreement to
the supplier you have selected. It is then up to your new supplier and Delmarva
Power to make the switch.