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District of Columbia Electric Rates

Electric

Beginning in 1997, the Public Service Commission (PSC) of the District of Columbia began investigating retail competition in the energy market. The PSC then recommended Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO) provide retail access to the energy markets beginning in 2001, with all customers having the option by 2004. This recommendation allowed for a competitive energy market and gave customers the option to choose their electricity supplier.

The now deregulated energy market in Washington D.C. is serviced by the utility PEPCO. Customers of this utility are now eligible to choose their supplier.

Take advantage of this competitive market place, and let BidURenergy, Inc. help you choose a supplier.

It’s easy to save! Once you submit a bid request, our experienced market analysts can help! Using our state-of-the-art PowerPit™ platform, we’ll hold an auction for your company, and match you to the best supplier, and in almost no time you’ll be saving up to 25% on your energy bills.

District of Columbia businesses choose their energy supplier.

Natural Gas

Natural gas is one of the most volatile commodities traded in financial markets. It is especially sensitive to global weather conditions, natural disasters (hurricanes, etc.), and the economy.

In the fall of 2005, a series of natural disasters around the world, including Hurricane Katrina and a typhoon in China, affected the price of natural gas immensely. As seen in 2008, the price of natural gas can spike to $13/MMBtu and then fall to ~$2/MMBtu in just a few years (2012).

Fortunately, the market for Natural Gas in Washington D.C. was deregulated by 2004—much like it was for electricity—allowing suppliers to compete for your business so you are better protected from experiencing uncertainty in the market. BUE consultants specialize in risk analysis and mitigation to protect your business while taking advantage of market opportunities.

Businesses residing in Washington D.C. can take advantage of this competitive marketplace. Now, more than ever, businesses can reduce the cost of manufacturing, heating, and any other process that uses Natural Gas.

It’s easy to save! Once you submit a bid request, our experienced market analysts can help! Using our state-of-the-art PowerPit™ platform, we’ll hold an auction for your company, and match you to the best supplier, and in almost no time you’ll be saving up to 25% on your energy bills.

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Electric

Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO)

Gas

Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO)