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There is only a few more days in March and for ComEd customers the time to save on your electric bill is now.

We here at are here to help you save! See below for ComEd electricity rates information for March 2016.

March ComEd Price to Compare

For March 2016, the ComEd price to compare is 6.99 cents/kWh. This price is ComEd’sdefault supply rate for March if you do not choose another electricity provider.

March ComEd Electricity Rates

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For ComEd customers, Constellation is offering the plan with the best savings. This Constellation plan is a 12 month 6.29 cents/kWh plan which offers customers savings of 10% over the current ComEd price to compare for March. Constellation also two other options with savings, a 24 month 6.79 cents/kWh plan and a 12 month 6.99 cents/kWh renewable energy plan. All of these Constellation plans are fixed rates, which means you do not have to worry about your supply rate changing month to month.

To lock in one of these plans with this great provider, go to our Constellation provider profile page and enter your ZIP Code. If you want to sign up over the phone, you can call Constellation directly at 888-547-2618.

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If you are looking for a different ComEd electricity provider, ConEdison Solutions might be what you are looking for. ConEdison 9 month 6.75 cents/kWh plan and their 15 month, 6.95 cents/kWh plan allow customers to save and lock in ComEd electricity rates for the duration of the plan. Additionally, their are no early cancellation fees with these plans, meaning that ComEd customers can switch at any time.

If you would like more information about one of the plans for March or to switch to Conedison Solutions as your electricity provider, visit our ConEdison profile page and type in your ZIP Code.

If you would like to compare and browse ComEd electricity rates just go to the right side of the screen and enter your ZIP Code. Here you will find the Constellation and ConEdison Solutions electric plans mentioned above as well as some other ComEd electric providers.

Author: Alex Gilmore

Alex Gilmore

Alex Gilmore has been a senior writer for for four years. He has a passion for everything energy, especially improvements in the renewable energy industry and how to make energy more affordable for everyone.