There are two ways to save money on your bill: Rate Savings and Energy Savings. You can pay less for the energy you use, and you can use less of it. Our estimates here are only averages for a broad region. Enter the average kWh usage from your monthly utility bill to get a more accurate estimate.
To keep keep the lights on, sustain EnergyBill.com research, development and servers to crank out all of the complicated math we assess a service fee of $0.004 per kWh. For example, 7¢ per kWh with the EnergyBill.com fee it would become 7.4¢ per kWh.
No problem. Pay nothing until we are managing your energy contracts.
In deregulated areas especially, most people do not realize how much money they are losing. To put this in context, it is completely common for a user to be paying TWO or THREE times as much on their rate because of poor contract choices. When you add that up it turns into big money fast. We looked at the bill history for one family, a residential user with a 3600 sq ft home, and found that they could have saved about $30,000 over a ten year period. And not from using less energy, but simply from choosing different energy contracts! That could have been additional equity in their home, instead it was pure profit for the energy service company.
We acknowledge how fantastic our claims seem, especially when considered in the context of the savings for an entire year. If you haven't already, take a stroll through our Energy Maze for a more in depth explanation of how we're able to achieve this.
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