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GreenLaurel: Take 2 Minutes And Switch Your Home To Renewable Electricity

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Updated 8/3/17: Comparing BGE, Delmarva, PEPCO, Potomac Edison and SMECO/Choptank standard electricity offer to the lowest cost renewable electricity supplier for August 2017.

Marylanders can choose what type of electricity powers our homes and businesses: clean energy or polluting fossil fuels. You may not believe this, but switching to a clean energy product is actually cheaper than BGE’s standard coal-fired power. $110 cheaper in one year. 

It’s mind-boggling to compare the many electricity suppliers and plans. Our Maryland Climate-Friendly Electricity Guide below is designed for residential customers. Learn why and how to switch your home’s electricity supplier. Better yet, we found the lowest rate. This climate action is a no-brainer.  

Climate-Friendly Electricity Cheaper Than BGE’s Dirty Power

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Switch your home's electricity to Clearview and pay 8.5 cents vs. BGE's 9.2 cents per kWh.

Marylanders are lucky. We have a choice about what type of electricity powers our homes – polluting coal-fired or 100 percent renewable. And switching from BGE’s standard coal-fired power to Clearview’s renewable product saves about $77* in one year. 

It’s mind-boggling to compare the many electricity suppliers and plans, so each month we do the work for you in our Maryland Climate-Friendly Electricity Guide. Designed for residential customers, get the details you need on how to switch your home’s electricity supplier, and which company offers the lowest price in June 2016.  

Don’t Pay BGE More for Coal When Wind is Cheaper

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Save cash. Save the planet. Pay 9 cents per kWh for wind energy instead of paying 9.4 cents for coal-fired electricity.
Save cash. Save the planet. Pay 8.5 ¢ per kWh for wind energy or 9.4 ¢ for coal-fired electricity for not switching.

Welcome to our inaugural Maryland Climate-Friendly Electricity Guide. Marylanders are lucky, as we have a choice about what type of electricity powers our homes – coal-fired or renewable. It’s mind-boggling to compare the options, so we’ve done the work for you.

The Maryland Climate-Friendly Electricity Guide will be published monthly. Designed for residential customers, the how-to compares rates and offers tips on how to switch your home’s electricity supplier to 100 percent renewable energy.

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