I can't suggest a power company for you as I live in Pennsylvania but it's working out here very well. Philadelphia Electric Company (PECO) recently raised rates 21.5% but mine didn't rise because I use an alternative supplier.
The Philadelphia utility's residential price for electricity is slated to increase 21.5 percent on Monday.
Peco doesn't make any money off electricity supply - the cost is a pass-through. The utility earns its profits on a distribution charge it gets from all customers, regardless of who generates their power.
"The smart Peco customer would be shopping," said Engel Menendez.