Compare Met-Ed Electricity Rates
Metropolitan Edison (Met-Ed), a FirstEnergy company founded in 1917, serves over 560,000 customers across southeast Pennsylvania. Met-Ed customers enjoy the ability to choose their electricity provider thanks to Pennsylvania’s Energy Choice program, sometimes referred to as PA Electric Choice.
Read on to learn more about Met-Ed and how you can find great Met-Ed electricity rates on ElectricityRates.com!
Get the Best Met-Ed Electricity Rates
Here is a snapshot of the best Met-Ed rates available in the ElectricityRates.com Marketplace.
To see all rates, enter your ZIP Code in the Rate Comparison Tool found at the top of the page.
How To Compare Met-Ed Electricity Plans
Comparing the best Met-Ed electricity plans is simple on ElectricityRates.com. All you need to do is follow this simple three-step process.
- Enter your ZIP Code – Use the Rate Comparison Tool to get a list of providers and plans available in your area.
- Compare electricity providers and plans – Consider each plan’s electricity supply rate and plan length to find the right plan for you.
- Switch electricity providers – Select the best plan for you and fill out all necessary information with ElectricityRates.com’s simple & secure process
Your new provider will take over within one to two billing cycles and you will still pay your electricity bills through Met-Ed. The only change will be your new electricity provider and supply rate.
Compare great Met-Ed rates from leading providers in under a minute with the Rate Comparison Tool at the top of the page!
Met-Ed Energy Choice
Customers in the Met-Ed service area receive both the delivery and supply of their electricity from the utility. Energy Choice, or PA Electric Choice gives you the ability to control the supply portion of your electricity by choosing a retail electricity provider and plan that works best for you. By participating in Energy Choice, Met-Ed customers can realize huge potential savings over the default rate that Met-Ed charges for electricity.
The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC) operates PA Power Switch, the official energy shopping website for the state. Here you’ll find hundreds of offers from a large number of electricity providers with varying degrees of reliability and customer service levels.
ElectricityRates.com eliminates the confusion of shopping for electricity rates by bringing you only great rates from leading providers. In the Marketplace, you can compare rates in under a minute and switch providers in about five minutes total so you can spend your energy on other things.
Find the Rate Comparison Tool at the top of the page and enter your ZIP Code to get started!
Met-Ed Service Area
The Met-Ed service area is spread throughout the southeastern portion of Pennsylvania. Met-Ed’s service area includes at least a part of the following cities:
- Bethlehem, PA
- Reading, PA
- York, PA
Met-Ed serves the following Pennsylvania counties:
Reading Your Met-Ed Electricity Bill
There are typically two different types of charges on your Met-Ed electricity bill, delivery charges and supply charges. You will also want to be ware of the Met-Ed Price to Compare when shopping for electricity rates and considering switching providers.
Met-Ed Delivery Charges
These charges go to Met-Ed and are there to ensure the reliable delivery of your electricity. These charges stay the same no matter who your electricity provider is. The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission sets these delivery charges for every utility in the state.
Electricity Supply Charges
Supply charges are what you pay for the electricity that you use. These are calculated by multiplying your monthly usage in kWh by your electricity supply rate. By default, your electricity is supplied by Met-Ed at the Price to Compare. If you participate in PA electric choice, these will reflect your chosen electricity provider and rate.
Met-Ed Price To Compare
Met-Ed’s Price to Compare is the price per kilowatt-hour (kWh) you will be charged if you receive default service. You can also use it to help you decide if you would save by switching to a retail electricity provider. The current Price to Compare can be found on your Met-Ed electricity bill.
Met-Ed Contact Information
- Met-Ed Residential Customer Service Number: 1-800-545-7741
- Report An Outage Number: 1-888-544-4877
- Official Website
- Outage Map
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