There’s never been a better time to join the Chamber Energy Solutions (CES) Electric Savings Program. This is a program that saves you money on your electric consumption. Through the strength of group buying we are able to secure great electric pricing for members through third party suppliers.
You may have received information regarding savings opportunities on your electric costs. We strongly urge you to compare the CES Program’s rate to these other offers. The program’s current fixed rate has the potential to offer considerable savings to your business.
Current members participating in the CES Electric Program have secured savings up to 20% off the current generation/“price-to-compare” rate. This discount is significantly higher than the governmental aggregation (NOAC) program. Customers who use more than 250,000 kilowatt hours per year may save even more.
Why should I join the CES Electric Program?
Experts in the field of electricity and natural gas procurement agree that fixing a per kilowatt-hour rate is a wise choice for a number of reasons, including:
- Electricity prices are greatly dependent upon natural gas prices. Natural gas prices are at historic lows, and the possibility for them to increase is plausible.
- Current weak economic conditions are unlikely to continue long-term. As economic activity increases, additional demand for electricity and natural gas will cause prices to follow suit.
What are the benefits of the CES Electric Program?
- A fixed price for the generation component of your electric costs.
- A competitive rate of 10% to 20% lower than the current utility price to compare.
How do I join the CES Electric Program?
Contact your Chamber representative or Amy Hoffman at Palmer Energy @ 419-539-9180 ext.204 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an evaluation of your current electric bill and assistance with your enrollment.
*Members currently in an agreement with another supplier may incur penalties if they switch before the end of their contract term. Check the terms of you current agreement or contact us if you are in an agreement outside the Chamber’s group.