Electricity


There are numerous ways to buy electricity. Based on the market, customer’s risk tolerance, usage patterns, size and specific business goals, Patriot Energy will work with you to design a purchasing strategy that will allow your business to take full advantage of the deregulated electricity markets. Click your state to learn about any and all product offerings available to help you meet your energy procurement needs.


California

California

Senate Bill 695 became law in October of 2009 and allowed customers to once again participate in “Direct Access” for the first time since 2001…
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Connecticut

Connecticut

Currently, most Connecticut customers on utility rates are limited to receiving only six month fixed price options…
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Illinois

Illinois

The Illinois Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate Relief Law of 1997 restructured the states electric service industry to allow for competition among suppliers. …
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Maine

Maine

Standard offer supply rates in Maine have increased by roughly 7% annually and have nearly doubled since 2000. Utility costs have risen 54.68% since 2004…
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Massachusetts

Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, electricity prices are purchased in short term fixed or variable positions which are set at particular times in the year by each specified utility, regardless of market conditions. This is called the Basic Service…
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Michigan

Michigan

On October 6, 2008, the “Customer Choice and Electricity Reliability Act”, enacted to allow for competition among suppliers…
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NewHampshire

New Hampshire

In May 2001 electric generation in New Hampshire was opened to competitive supply. Unlike in most deregulated states some New Hampshire utilities were allowed to…
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newjersey

New Jersey

Each year since 2002, the four New Jersey Electric Distribution Companies have procured electric supply to serve their Basic Generation Service (BGS) customers through…
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NewYork

New York

In New York, it is very difficult for business to manage electricity costs due to the unpredictability of the utility's rates…
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Ohio

Ohio

On July 6, 1999, legislation that allowed customers to choose their energy suppliers was signed into law by the governor. This legislation was to take effect beginning January 1, 2001, but also implemented a rate freeze for a period of 5 years. Rate structures in Ohio vary by utility…
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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

The Electricity Generation Customer Choice and Competition Act was enacted in Pennsylvania in 1999. This bill enabled all consumers to shop for competitive electric supply service. However, as part of the plan…
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Texas

Rhode Island

On January 1, 1998, electric generation in Rhode Island was opened to competitive supply; however, rates were capped so low that no real competition occurred…
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Texas

Texas

The Texas electricity market, known as the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), is very unique from any other market in the U.S. Texas has its own electricity grid, making it completely separate from its neighboring states…
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Pending Markets

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Ontario

Patriot Energy Group, Inc. filed an application dated July 24, 2014 with the Ontario Energy Board (the 'OEB") under section 60 of the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998, (the "Act") for an electricity retailer licence.
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