Energy Options for Delaware Residents

Products & Services Available in Delaware

Just like opting for a new phone or TV service, Delaware residents can select a new electric supplier. Electric Choice gives residents the chance to choose plans that provide the best combination of price, rate protection, and generation source to meet their needs.


Residential electricity customers can obtain long term fixed price assurance and may be able to save on electricity prices by choosing Constellation Energy.

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Delaware Electric Choice Fast Facts

Historically, one company (your utility company) has provided all aspects of energy services to homes across the nation. But as competitive energy markets have matured over the last decade, alternative retail electric suppliers are now able to compete with each other over the price of electricity to power your home.

Customers that are located in states offering electric choice have already experienced the benefits, which include competitive energy prices, improved customer service, product innovations, and price certainty or flexibility.

Constellation's residential electricity plans include:

  • Hassle free switching – no service interruption, no sign up fees
  • 90-day customer satisfaction period
  • Our customers can earn additional rewards if they recommend us to family members or friends living in the areas we serve.
  • Fast, easy online and telephone sign-up options (All a customer needs is a recent copy of their electric bill)

Under Delware law, customers are free to switch to a competitive electricity supplier with no impact on their utility service reliability.  Consumers who choose to buy electricity through Constellation will  see the new Constellation electric supply price replace the existing supply charges on their monthly Delmarva utility bill.  In addition to billing, Delmarva Power will continue to respond to all service inquiries, including queries about outages. To learn more about retail choice in Delaware, visit the Public Utilities Commission of Delaware website