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Owned by FirstEnergy, Penn Power is one of the smallest utilities in Pennsylvania serving 160,000 customers in seven PA counties. FirstEnergy also operates three other Pennsylvania utilities including Penelec, Met-Ed, and West Penn Power.

If you’re a Penn Power customer, you have Energy Choice. This gives you the opportunity to compare electricity rates, switch providers and realize potential savings on your electricity bill. To date, over 43,000 Penn Power customers have made the switch according to the PA PUC.

Get the Best Penn Power Electricity Rates

Utility: Penn Power
Plan Term & Rate per kWh
Tomorrow Energy

Tomorrow Energy

12 Month Fixed

12 months

Rates Updated: 9/21/2020 at 8:00 AM EST.

To see all rates available in your area on, enter your ZIP Code in the Rate Comparison Tool at the top of the page.

How To Compare Electricity Rates makes comparing rates as easy as possible for Penn Power customers. To get started, follow this fast and simple three-step process.

Compare Penn Power Electricity Rates
  1. Enter your ZIP Code – See available plans and providers in your area
  2. Compare electricity providers and plans – Compare each plan’s length and electricity supply rate
  3. Switch electricity providers – After finding the plan you want, just fill out the necessary info and switch!

That’s it! Your new provider takes care of the rest. It takes about one to two billing cycles for your new plan to take effect.

Penn Power Energy Choice

By default, Penn Power customers receive both their electricity distribution and supply from the utility. In 1997, Pennsylvania residents were introduced to Energy Choice as a result of the Electricity Generation Choice and Competition Act. Since then, energy customers have had the ability to choose their electricity provider and get a lower supply rate.

The Pennsylvania PUC operates PA Power Switch, the official electricity shopping site for the state. On, you’ll find a large and potentially overwhelming number of providers to choose from with varying levels of reliability and customer satisfaction.

As an alternative to PA Power Switch, makes finding the right provider a breeze. In the Marketplace, you’ll only find the most reputable providers so you can be confident in your choice.

Service Area

Penn Power’s service area includes major cities and several Pennsylvania counties including:

  • Pittsburgh
  • Greenville
  • Lawrence County
  • Mercer County
  • Polk
  • New Castle
  • Crawford County
  • Beaver County
  • Butler County
  • Jamestown
  • Allegheny County

Understanding Your Penn Power Electricity Bill

There are two categories of charges on your electricity bill, delivery charges and supply charges. Delivery charges are what it costs for the local utility to maintain the poles, lines and infrastructures that safely deliver electricity. Supply charges are what you pay for the electricity that you use.

Energy Choice allows you to take control of your electricity supply charges and save by switching electricity providers. Learn more about charges on your Penn Power bill here.

Penn Power Price To Compare

The Price to Compare is the rate for Penn Power’s default electricity supply. This is what you pay for electricity if you don’t participate in Energy Choice. You can use the Price to Compare when comparing other electricity plans to see how much you can save. It is listed on your electricity bill.

Customer Programs Offered By Penn Power

If you are a Penn Power customer, you may be able to save on your electric bill, appliances and more by taking advantage of one of the many programs it offers.

  • Residential Audit Program – Get a discounted home-energy audit and increase your home’s energy efficiency.
  • HVAC Rebates – Get rebates ranging from $25-$600 on multiple HVAC services.
  • FirstEnergy’s Home Energy Analyzer – A fast and free online report of your home’s energy usage to see where you can cut back to save the most.

Check out all the customer programs offered by Penn Power to see how you can save.

Penn Power Contact Information

Do you still have questions about switching providers? Check out our comprehensive guide to comparing Pennsylvania electricity rates.