Don’t forget that the next change in the price to compare comes June 1. The price to compare is the price that non-shopping customers pay for their electric supply.

Right now, that charge is 7.918 cents per kilowatt-hour for residential customers and 7.741 cents per kilowatt-hour for small business customers. By shopping for your electric supply, you could save. Just check for offers from state-approved suppliers.

We urge all shopping customers to make sure they fully understand the terms of their electricity supply contract, including whether the rate is fixed for a set period of time or is variable and can change over time. Also be aware of any cancellation fees that might apply.

The price to compare changes every six months.