Choose The Program That Works Best For You
We can help you avoid market volatility; manage risk and control your operating expenses. We can tailor a program that is best suited for your business. We offer a variety of pricing strategies in electric and gas.
Variable rate plans run month to month, with no long term contract or cancellation fee. The rate you pay per kWh/therm can vary from month to month. Your rate can go up or down based on the market. Variable plans allow customers to benefit from falling market prices, but they also have an increased risk for higher rates if commodity prices spike due to various factors like natural disasters, cold winters, or adverse market conditions.
NYMEX Plus Basis — Manage Costs
A NYMEX Plus Basis plan combines a variable rate and fixed rate plan. It allows you to take advantage of market conditions, while locking in the commodity transportation costs. This plan is similar to a variable rate plan in that the price per therm can go up or down each month, but the commodity transportation costs remain the same.
Fixed Price — Budget Certainty
If you like price certainty then a fixed price is what you’re looking for to manage your budget. Risk adverse clients often prefer to lock in the commodity cost for pricing stability. Our fixed price programs for both electric and natural gas achieve these objectives.
Variable Rate with Price Lock — Market Conditions
If you think market conditions favor price decreases, think about choosing our variable rate plan. The variable rate plan is subject to current market conditions and you may add the “Price Lock Guarantee” if you choose. The Price Lock Guarantee feature allows you to switch into a fixed rate plan, should market conditions increase. Ask about this feature when you enroll.
Index+ Rate: Electric
An indexed rate plan is similar to a variable plan in that the price per kWh can go up or down each month. The difference is that indexed rate plans are tied to a publicly available index. This plan allows a customer to lock in some of the components that make up the price of electricity – ancillaries, transmission, capacity and line losses. The only piece that will fluctuate monthly is the wholesale energy market price.