Energy is primarily sold at a fixed price on a long-term contract. Within this fixed price is a substantial premium, or “insurance.” Using scare tactics, most energy suppliers market this premium to consumers as a form of protection during rare periods when energy prices spike.
We charge the actual price of energy at the actual time used
The Chart represents the price of one kWh with the utility profile for a G3 rate customer in NEMA with a 68% load factor. While substantially accurate, this representation is for illustration purposes only and should not be used as a promise or contract.
“Our mission at Actual Energy is simple: we provide electricity without unnecessary mark-ups. Our pricing alerts enable clients to use energy that costs less, alleviates grid peaks, and reduces environmental impact. Client-focused transparency informs everything we do.”Mark FinleyCEO, Actual Energy Inc.