September PPL Electricity Rates Logo

September is here and for PPL customers that means that they can start to save on their electric bill. PPL electric providers are offering many plans for customers to choose from. If you are interested in switching your Pennsylvania electricity supplier then see below for more information:

September PPL Price to Compare

The PPL Electric Price to Compare for September 2016 is 7.49 cents/kWh. This price represents PPL’s default supply rate for this month. If you do not choose another supplier, PPL will be your electric provider.

September PPL Electricity Rates

TriEagle Energy Logo

The provider offering this most savings over the current price to compare is TriEagle. Trieagle is a top provider in PA and is currently offering the best September rate for PPL customers. With a 12 month 6.86 cents/kWh plan, a PPL customer can save 8% over the current price to compare. If you are looking to get peace of mind over your supply rate cost for a longer period of time Trieagle also offers a 24 month 6.91 cents/kWh plan which offers Pennsylvania residents 8% savings over the current PPL price to compare. Finally, Trieagle offers a 36 month fixed plan at 6.96 cents/kWh which allows customers to lock in their rate for 3 years and save 7% over the current September price to compare for PPL.

If you are Interested in these PPL Trieagle offerings visit our Trieagleprovider profilepageand enter your ZIP Code.

There are also many other plans and providers for PPL customers to choose from. To compare these PPL electricity plans and other PPL electricity rates, go to the to the right side of this page and enter your ZIP Code into our compare and switch tool. You can also go to ourhomepage and start comparing from there. Be sure to have your most recent bill on hand as you will need your PPL account information to complete the switch.

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.