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It is the middle of March, which is a great time to compare electricity rates forBGE customers. See below for more information on how you can save over the BGE price to compare by switching electricity providers:

March BGE Price to Compare

BGE’s price to compare for March is 9.29 cents/kWh. This price represents your default supply rate for BGE for March if you do not choose another Marylandelectricity rate.

March BGE Electricity Rates

Constellation Energy Logo

Constellation, a top provider in Maryland, offers a number of plans for BGE customers. Customers can sign up for the Constellation 6 month 7.69 cents/kWh fixed plan, and save 17% over the March price to compare. If you are interested in locking a fixed rate for longer than six months, for the month of March, Constellation is offering 12 month, 24 month and 36 month plans. These longer plans lets you have peace of mind that their rate won’t change and allows you to save over the current price to compare.

If you are interested in one of these Constellation plans, go to our Constellationpage,enter your ZIP Code, compare BGE rates and switch.

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For customers that are interested in renewable energy plans, Clearview Energy might be the provider for you. Clearview Energy offers BGE customers the opportunity to help the environment and take control of their supply rate. With the 12 month, 8.49 cents/kWh plan, Clearview Energy allows customers to save 9% over the March price to compare while being green.

Go to our Clearview Energy profile page, enter your ZIP Code to compare Clearview Energy’s BGE electricity rates and make the switch.

If you are interested in any of these March BGE electricity rates, go to the to the right side of this page and enter your ZIP Code into our compare and switch tool. There you will find Constellation, Clearview Energy and many other electricity providers.

Once you sign up, your new provider will contact BGE directly about your switch. BGE will still be your utility and deliver and bill you for your electric usage. The only thing that will change is your supply rate.

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.