Cell phones don’t use as much energy as you might expect. According to a report by Forbes, your mobile phone spends an average of 1 kilowatt-hour (kWh) per year. The annual costs, then, will depend on the electricity rates in your area. A person who lives in Edmonton will spend an average of 7 cents ... [Continue Reading]
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In Ontario, the big question still remains: Is there a cheapest time to use electricity? The answer is yes, there is. To understand everything about it and save money on your hydro bill, however, you need to learn about peak hours, time-of-use pricing and how the Ontario hydro rates work. Being ... [Continue Reading]
As reported by the National Energy Board (NEB) in 2017, two-thirds of the electricity sources in Canada come from renewable energy, with a combination of wind power, hydroelectric generation, solar power and even biomass energy. Yet, there is a lot more to know about energy distribution in ... [Continue Reading]
Many Canadian energy consumers in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan overlook the fact that they have the opportunity to take advantage of low electricity prices and gas rates by signing up for plans offered by competitive electricity and natural gas companies. The problem is that it’s difficult to track down and compare the various prices currently available, let alone find clear and easy to understand explanations of the details of these various options.
At Energyrates.ca, we believe that consumers should have easy access to the information necessary for them to make informed energy choices. That is why we have taken the time to compile information about the energy plans and electricity and natural gas prices currently offered by the most popular energy retailers and regulated providers in the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, and Saskatchewan.
We have also compiled a wealth of other information to assist you in your dealings with your energy provider. Find out how to read your electricity bill and natural gas bill, set up utility service when you move, renew an energy contract, or cancel your energy service. You can also learn how to read your gas meter, save money on your electricity bill, or obtain financial assistance when you’re having trouble making ends meet.
Most importantly, if you would like to find out what energy plans are available in your area, use our convenient energy rate comparison form at the top of this page. Simply enter your postal code, whether you’re interested in electricity or natural gas plans, and whether you want a residential, small business, small commercial, or large commercial/industrial plan. You’ll immediately be presented with an easy-to-read table featuring the energy companies and utilities your area, with the fixed rate, floating rate, and regulated rate plans they currently offer.
At Energyrates.ca, we can help you compare the various energy providers and their rates and find the best deal for your electricity and natural gas needs. Identify the companies that will be the best fit for your energy needs, and start saving money on your energy bills.
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