October Penelec Electricity Rates

October is here and it’s time to save on your Penelec electric rate.See below for more information on how you could save up to 21% over the current Penelec price to compare by switching electricity providers:

October Penelec Price to Compare

October’s price to compare for Penelec is 7.72 cents/kWh. If you are a Penelec customer, this price represents your default supply rate for the month of September if you do not choose another PA electric rate.

October Penelec Electricity Rates

Constellation Energy Logo

For the month of October, Constellation currently has the lowest Penelec electric rate. Penelec customers can sign up for the Constellation 12 month 6.09 cents/kWh fixed plan, and save 21% over the September price to compare. If you are interested in a longer plan, Constellation offers a 24 month 6.59 cents/kWh fixed plan which has 15% savings over the October price to compare.

To lock in one of these great Penelec electric rates for October, go to our Constellationpage,enter your ZIP Code, compare Penelec rates and switch.

TriEagle Energy Logo

Another top Penelec provider, TriEagle Energy, is also offering plans with great rates for October. If you are looking to lock in a long term Penelec electric rate, Trieagle is offering a 36 month 6.26 cents/kWh plan. This allows customers to lock in their rate for 3 years and save 19% over the current Penelec price to compare. If you are looking for a shorter term plan, Trieagle Energy also offers 12 and 24 month plans.

To view TriEagle electricity rates, Go to our TriEagleEnergypage, enter your ZIP Code and make the switch.

To compare these October Penelec 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, TriEagle Energy and many other electricity providers.

Once you sign up, your new provider will contact Penelec directly about your switch. Penelec will still be your utility and bill you directly. The only thing that will change is your supply rate on your bill.

Author: Alex Gilmore

Alex Gilmore

Alex Gilmore has been a senior writer for ElectricityRates.com 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.