Teaneck, NJ, November 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- New Yorkers have the power to save on their energy bills.
"They can save money by choosing an independent energy service company like Citizens Choice while their electric and gas utilities continue to read their meters, maintain the lines, deliver their energy, and provide a consolidated bill," said Elie Y. Katz, founder and CEO of Citizens Choice.
In August 1999, energy deregulation became effective in New York. Deregulation gives consumers the option to choose what company provides their gas and electric services, creating healthy competition among suppliers. The goal of deregulation is to keep energy costs affordable while still maintaining the service consumers expect.
Depending on the area, whether it is National Fuel and Gas or ConEdison, a consumer's current utility provider will still deliver the energy, read the meter, maintain the line, send a bill and respond to all emergencies. The only change is who provides the utility provider with the actual energy.
Citizens Choice Energy, LLC, an energy company operating in New York State, is making a name for itself as a low-cost, competitive supplier of electricity and natural gas for homeowners.
"With Citizens Choice, New Yorkers can also access hundreds of dollars in savings on shopping, travel and dining just by visiting our website, www.bestnyenergy.org," said Katz.
Citizens Choice requires no long-term contracts and does not charge fees for signing up or switching suppliers. "Our customers have the freedom to choose," said Katz.
Citizens Choice buys energy in bulk, allowing the company to pass savings along to it customers. To keep its overhead to a minimum, Citizens Choice Energy LLC recently signed a services agreement with a leading independent energy service company, to supply Citizens Choice with back office operations and facilitate agreements with wholesale energy suppliers at favorable rates.
New Yorkers may sign up for Citizens Choice Energy by calling toll free 1-866-223-8882, or by visiting www.bestnyenergy.org