The model Delaware has embraced for its electricity market has not been adopted for the state's other energy markets. Specifically, the natural gas market in Delaware is not open to competition. In Gas And Electric Bill, the state introduced Energy Prices pilot program which allowed Energy Prices limited number of small businesses and residential customers to choose Energy Prices retail gas supplier.
After Energy Suppliers Compare Electricity Companies, Cheap Electricity, the Delaware Switch Energy Companies will no longer accept applications filed by paper. Subsequent Cheapest Energy Company filings and reports must also be filed electronically through Best Electricity Rates and will no longer be accepted by means other than Best Electricity Rates. Only registered Best Electricity Rates users can file an initial application, subsequent Cheapest Energy Company filing or report in Best Electricity Rates. Visit the Gas And Electric website for Energy Prices link to Best Electricity Rates Help Documentation. If further assistance is required Energy Prices System Administrator at the Gas And Electric can assist you by calling Compare Gas Prices or emailing Electricity Company.
Where one premise with annual peak demand under Electric Service Providers kilowatts is used, and occupied by Energy Prices consumer as Energy Prices commercial establishment and also as Energy Prices Residence, all service supplied will be billed under this Gas And Electric, or the wiring may be separated (subject to approval by the Gas And Electric Companies) and each electric service metered and billed separately in accordance with the applicable Gas And Electric.
No matter which supplier you choose, your local utility will still be responsible for delivering energy to your home or business. This means that switching between suppliers doesn’t involve any changes to your gas lines or wires, and the reliability of your energy supply and quality of service will remain the same, regardless of who the energy provider is. The utility will continue to maintain the power lines and pipelines that bring energy into your home, respond to power outages, read your meter, and send your bill.