Making Smart Electricity Choices
Flipping a switch or turning your thermostat up or down is where most electricity choices end. Where they start — with a dependable, affordable energy provider — is where consumers can most affect their monthly energy bills.
As one of the nation's leading energy suppliers, we offer pricing options that may be lower than what you currently pay for electricity. Signing up for a different residential provider is a phone call or click away. State regulations may vary, but for many choosing a new provider is that simple.
In addition to dependability, Constellation offers a variety of rate plans designed to help you be your own home energy CEO. Choose the plan that best fits your family's use and lifestyle and we take it from there.
We offer a variety of electricity plans depending on where you live, which include:
Fixed Rate Plans
- Available in every state we serve, customers who choose this plan like price certainty and predictability. A fixed price ensures you pay the same price per kilowatt-hour over your entire contract period, This can be helpful should rates rise during that time. Your rate would remain the same for the duration of your contract. No rate surprises. All you have to do is monitor your usage to keep costs where you want them.
Green or Renewable Wind Plans
- Depending on the state, customers who are concerned about keeping a competitive rate and helping the environment can choose one of our renewable energy plans so that a percentage of their electricity use is matched by renewable electricity certificates (RECs) generated from clean, renewable wind sources.
Renewable energy, also known as green energy, generally refers to electricity generated by resources that replenish themselves naturally, such as the sun, wind, earth, and water. Although the exact definition of “renewable” fuels varies depending on the governing program, law or regulations, they typically include solar, biomass, wind, hydro, and geothermal.
We supply our residential customers with renewable wind plans through the purchase of renewable energy certificates (RECs). One REC represents the non-energy attributes of one megawatt-hour (MWh) of renewable electricity generation. Our RECs are sourced from wind renewable resources located within the continental United States and represent the claim that renewable energy was put onto the grid on behalf of the final purchaser who uses the REC.
Variable Rate Plans
- Available in only select states, variable-rate plans are exactly what they sound like. The rates can fluctuate at Constellation’s discretion and/or depending on marketplace factors.