Compare Electric and Natural Gas Rates in New York
- Central Hudson Gas and Electric
- Con Edison of New York
- National Grid Niagara Mowhawk Power (NIMO)
- Orange and Rockland Utilities
- Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E)
- National Fuel
- National Grid - Keyspan LI
- National Grid - Keyspan NY
The latest report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration on October 14, 2010 did not present good news for residents of New York. The report showed that electric rates continue to increase statewide, with the average NY retail electric rate currently 19.58 cents per kilowatt-hour (kwh). This ranks NY as the second most expensive state in the nation when it comes to electricity. In fact, the current rate is more than seven cents higher than the national average.
New York State’s average natural gas price is currently more than three cents higher than the national average. Although that may not sound like a lot, when it comes to natural gas, every cent counts. Now more than ever, it behooves NY residents to shop around for a better energy rate and switch to an independent electric supplier. And that’s exactly how we can help.
If your electricity and natural gas is currently supplied by one of the large utility companies - deregulation gives you the opportunity to switch your service to an independent NY energy supplier for free. The average NY consumer that switches to an independent NY energy supplier can see a possible reduction on their monthly energy bill!
Whether you live in the city of New Paltz, Poughkeepsie, Chester, Warwick, Ramapo, New Rochelle, or White Plains, or in Niagara, Genesee, Allegany or Cayuga County, it takes just a few minutes to compare electric and natural gas rates in NY. In no time at all you can lock in the best rates in the state!