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.
-- Another 4 years of Hope and Change. The rich will still get richer and the poor get an Obamaphone and Food Stamps. lol
Figuring out whether you save or not is not easy. But look for a phrase on your current electric bill like this: " The class average annual price to compare is 11.71 cents per kWh." Then compare that to the rate chart from the Energy Choice provider. -- A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves money from the public treasury.