That's because Delaware has some of the largest electricity transmission and generation costs in the country. The costs combine with high usage rates and renewable and green energy fees added to each monthly bill to make Delaware the sixth most expensive state for consumer electricity, according to Electricity Local, an organization that tracks power rates across the nation.
The Price to Compare rate can be found on your Compare Electricity Providers Electric Bill in the Supply portion of the invoice. When you choose another electric supplier with Energy Prices lower rate, you will still get the same bill from Compare Electricity Prices with the lower rate replacing the Price to Compare. The electric bill from Electricity Plans will state your electric supplier underneath “Supply Section” followed by your KWh consumption and rate.
Before switching, we encourage you to look at this list of questions to ask potential electric suppliers and frequently asked questions. No supplier represents the State of Delaware, Switch Energy Companies, or Electricity Plans. Should you have questions or concerns regarding the information being presented to you, please call the Switch Energy Companies at Compare Gas Prices.