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Welcome to the ElectricityRates.com Encyclopedia. We believe that knowledge is power and by educating yourself you can make better energy and electricity decisions. Here you will find information on  how to compare electricity rates for your home or business, switching providers, reading your electricity bill and much more. See below for more information or view any of the encyclopedia sections by going to the right side of this page.

Compare Electricity Rates

In this section of the encyclopedia you can learn about gas and electricity deregualation, how to compare electric providers and what questions you should ask these providers while comparing plans. You can also find information about how to switch to a renewable energy provider and how to find a electricity provider and plan that works for you.

Electric Bills

When comparing electricity rates and providers, Your most recent electric bill will be needed to complete the switch.  Learn how to read your electric bill, find your account number and supply rate in this section.

Switch Providers

When looking for an electricity plan that fits your needs, there are a lot of providers and factors to take into consideration. Learn about the ins and outs of electricity deregulation,  why you should switch electricity providers, how to switch and what will change once you complete the switch.

Business Electricity

Just like homeowners, business owners can switch electricity providers in states that allow energy deregulation. Learn about commercial electric choice, business electricity prices and business electricity suppliers here.

Electricity Providers

There are many different providers to choose from when comparing electricity rates. In this section you can view the provider profiles of Constellation, Trieagle Energy, Frontier Utilities, Clearview Energy, Direct Energy, Spark Energy and many more.

Once you are ready to compare electricity rates, go to the right side of this page or the ElectricityRates.com homepage, enter your zip code and start comparing electric providers and plans in your area.