CT Electric Rates

Nearly 80,000 businesses in Connecticut are still paying default electric rates with either Connecticut Light and Power or United Illuminating Power Company.  That is 80,000 companies who are over paying for electricity by as much as 25% in some cases.

The generation rate that CLP charges their customers who have not chosen an alternative electricity supplier is 11.723 cents per kilowatt hour.  ElectricityWatch has found fixed rate offers as low as 9.5 cents per kilowatt hour, an easy way to save 19% on the electric bill.

Over 70% of Connecticut Light and Power residential electric customers are paying the generation default rate of 11.051 cents.  They too can secure a competitive generation electric rate of 9.5 cents and save money on their electric bill.

Email us for a list of commercial electric providers and rates in order to compare electric companies side by side.


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Tom September 4, 2010 at 10:47 am

I want to see lower rates.

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