[hreg] Re: energy deregulation
- I too am switching to Green Mtn. The following site has
the prices of all the potential power providers:
It also shows the mix of power plant fuel sources and emissions
versus the TX average. Green Mtn looks good with 100%
wind and 0% emissions.
However, I find it doesn't agree with either the Green Mtn
brochure or my Reliant bill.
My Green Mtn contract is for $4.95 monthly service charge and
9.8 cents per kwh.
My Reliant bill shows a $6.31 monthly service charge, and
2.25 cents for the first 250 kwh, and 7.65 cents for each additional kwh.
But then adding the fuel surcharge of 4.51 cents per kwh, the actual
rates are 6.76 cents for the first 250 kwh and 12.16 cents for all
Given my summer bills, I expect the Green Mtn bills to be cheaper
than Reliant (as long as the fuel surcharge continues or increases),
as well as non-polluting.
At 11:32 PM +0000 5/30/01, Greg Carrier wrote:
>I applaud those going to Green Mountain.
>However, as for price comparisons, they can be confusing (at least to
>me). It is my understanding that the Reliant bill shows a fuel
>factor adjustment which is allowable on top of the competitor's rates.
>--- In hreg@y..., "LaVerne Williams" <wa@m...> wrote:
>> I not sure how everyone else is comparing electric rates, but when
>> Reliant vs Green Mountain and I added Reliant's credit back into my
>> (which shouldn't be deducted when comparing rates) Green Mountain
>> less, 10.295 cents/kwh vs. Reliant's @ 10.43978 cents/kwh. I'm
>> Mountain even if it becomes a little higher.
> > laverne@e...