Residential Electric Shopping Guide learn how to shop for electricity and compare prices for generation suppliers in each major electric utility service territory.
Electric Shopping Statistics - a quarterly update showing the number and percentage of customers and customer load that are being served by alternative electric generation suppliers throughout Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps individuals with low income pay their heating bills through energy assistance grants. For more information, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW) website at www.dpw.state.pa.us/foradults/heatingassistanceliheap.
Universal Service Phone Numbers - Each utility company has programs available to customers, who are on a limited or fixed income, to assist them with utility bills.
Other Pricing Information Resources - Such as the Wattage Monitor, ENERGY Guide, Power Scorecard and Green Energy.
Winter weather is upon us. There are many Pennsylvanians who could use help in paying their energy bills. Your donation can assist needy households to keep their gas and electric service on this winter. Consider donating to your company's hardship funds. Click here to find out how to donate.
US Department of Energy - Energy Savers Booklet - Energy tips provided by the U.S. Department Of Energy. Booklets are also available from our office. Email your request to email@example.com or call our office at 1-800-684-6560. For additional energy saving information, visit the U.S. Department Of Energy, Energy Savers website.
Keystone Home Energy Loan Program (HELP) - The Pennsylvania Treasury, in partnership with leading national clean energy finance company Renew Financial and the Energy programs Consortium (EPC), a national nonprofit, is pleased to announce the relaunch of the award-winning Keystone Home Energy Loan Program (KeystoneHELP), which provides Pennsylvania homeowners with up to $20,000 of affordable financing for home energy efficiency improvements. KeystoneHELP is additionally supported by the Pennsylvania Department of Envrionmental Protection (DEP) and the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).
KeystoneHELP program features include:
● Low, fixed interest rate
● Fixed monthly payments
● Loans up to $20,000, unsecured financing
● Flexible repayment terms of 5, 7 or 10 years
● 100 percent of the project can be financed
● Thousands of eligible improvements to save energy,and money
● Up to 25% of the financed amount can be used for non-qualifying products
● Work completed by KeystoneHELP Registered Contractors
● No upfront costs and no hidden fees
● Fast, simple approval and application process
● Strong consumer protections
For more information about Keystone HELP visit www.keystonehelp.com.
Attorney General Kane concerned with spikes in consumer electricity bills this winter. She asks Pennsylvania Consumers to send complaints and documentation promptly. (Read Press Release)
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) - The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will open in the Fall of 2016.
Friday, March 15, 2013 -
Consumer Warning from Office of Attorney General - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane is issuing a strong warning today about a potential scam.
Agents have been getting many complaints that people pretending, either in person or on the phone, to be employees of PPL or
Duquesne light (depending on the part of the state they are in) are offering a new low- rate energy product that actually
raises consumers’ rates significantly.
The Office of Attorney General issues this warning: be very careful of this kind of sales approach, whether it is a robo-call or a door-to-door solicitation.
Recent storms have interrupted electric service to a large number of Pennsylvanians. The Office of Consumer Advocate offers the tips to help you and your family stay safe in the event of an electric service outage. (Click here)