By Dave Rongey Summary: Deregulated Utilities May Help to Save Money on Home Electricity and Gas Bills. Now You Can Save On Electricity and Natural Gas with deregulated energy programs in participating areas.
Now You Can Save On Electricity and Natural Gas
Deregulated Electricity and Deregulated Natural Gas
It used to be that all aspects of residential energy service were controlled by incumbent monopolies. But as customer demand for a choice and opportunity grew, laws were introduced that broke up the outdated system, allowing competition and giving customers the right to choose their energy provider.
Energy deregulation is giving more people the power to choose their electricity and natural gas provider.
When you choose Ambit Energy and become your own customer, or the customer of a friend or family member, you help empower great things, such as keeping more energy dollars in the local community and by helping people save money, earn money, and give back to the towns we live in and want to support.
Deregulation of the Energy Industry
Deregulation of the energy industry is happening now, and new markets are opening up enabling you to take advantage of all the opportunities deregulated markets create for consumers as well as new business opportunities.
Today Consumers Have a Choice
Before deregulated energy markets, consumers had no choice among energy providers.
The energy market was completely monopolized, which meant one company provided all aspects of service, including sales, billing and delivery.
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Home Energy Saving may result from installing many 120 volt devices such as energy efficient light fixtures, dimmer switches, occupancy sensor switches, etc..
Electrical Project Skill Level:
Beginner to Intermediate. Electrical Tools Required:
Basic Electricians Pouch Hand Tools, a non-aluminum ladder where required, and Voltage Tester. Estimated Time:
This will depend on the personal level experience, ability to work with tools and access to the device to be wired. Electrical Safety:
Identify any electrical circuit where work will be performed, turn the circuit OFF and Tag it with a Note before working with the wiring. Energy Savings Parts and Materials:
Electrical parts and materials for home wiring projects should be approved for the specific project and compliant with local and national electrical codes.
Electrical Codes and Inspections:
Installing additional home electrical wiring should be done according to local and national electrical codes with a permit and be inspected. Note:
Large 240 volt equipment may be replaced with energy efficient units in cooperation with rebate programs offered by your local electric utility company when available. This equipment should be installed by a certified of licensed contractor.
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