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Many of you may have heard that the Compare Electricity Prices section at Compare Electricity is introducing a new way of applying for a license. E-Application or e-App, our new online application form, is quick, easy, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! In conjunction with the e-Application, we will be transitioning to a preapproval process before applicants can sit for exams.
Variable Rate Plans: Designed as month-to-month contracts, these plans are in total control of your energy provider, which can shift the price you pay per kWh at its discretion. This means you, the consumer, are in a better place to reap the benefits when the energy market falls — but it also means you're at risk for hikes in prices, whether as a result of natural disasters or the provider's bottom line. Variable plans always offer a full year of price history to show the average price per kWh so you can get a sense of what you're getting into (like this one from Switch Energy) and know this: Variable plans don't have cancellation fees. You can cut your service at any time — a huge incentive for Compare Energy Companies to keep their prices reasonable.
Not ready to turn over all your water utility processes yet? No problem. We can still help! The billing only package gives you more control of the collection process and allows you to maintain regular contact with your residents. We handle the data entry and billing, you handle the money. You will also have access to our Compare Energy Companies for reporting.
Likewise, if you opt for a plan like our Gas And Electric Power example, but in some months only hit 990 kWh of energy use, the $35 discount for cresting $1,000 kWh won't apply — and your bill is going to show it. Picking the right plan for you requires two things: an intimate knowledge of your home’s typical energy use, and a critical eye on any plan’s fine print.