Where is Spring Power & Gas Available?

Spring Power & Gas serves residents in the following locations: Maryland- BG&E (Baltimore Gas & Electric), Washington Gas and PEPCO areas. New Jersey- ACE, JCP&L, New Jersey Natural Gas, and PSE&G areas. Pennsylvania- PECO area

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How Can I Join Spring Power & Gas?

To become a customer with Spring Power & Gas, simply call us toll-free at 1-888-710-4782. Just give us your utility account number (it’s on your utility bill), and we can easily switch you to our program and we’ll take care of things for you from there on. Following the [...]

2020-06-29T12:34:02-04:00September 6th, 2018|

How Does the Switch Work?

Once you have been approved, your commodity service will start on the next available meter read by your utility, which may take from one to two billing cycles. Fortunately, there is no fee from Spring Power & Gas for switching, and most other utilities don’t charge for switching. You will [...]

2020-06-29T12:12:12-04:00September 28th, 2018|

How Can I Pay the Bill?

The exact billing process will vary depending on the utility company you are signed up with, but you can usually find the specific options on the utility companies’ websites. Please note that you will only receive a single bill from your utility company, with the supply charges from Spring Power [...]

2020-06-29T12:31:42-04:00September 28th, 2018|

Are Savings Guaranteed with Spring Power & Gas?

No, we do not guarantee any savings. Our fees may be above or below the local distribution company (LDC), and you should not expect our past and current prices to determine our pricing in the future.

2020-06-29T12:35:49-04:00September 28th, 2018|

I Have a Power Outage, What Should I Do?

In the case of a power outage or suspected gas leak, please contact your local utility company to report the issue. If you are unsure what number to call, refer to your invoice for the utility’s phone number.

2020-06-29T11:56:35-04:00September 28th, 2018|

What is Renewable Energy?

When we talk about renewable energy, we are referring to naturally-replenishing resources such as wind and sunlight, which can be used as energy sources. Because the resources are not finite, we do not have to worry about running out of the power source unlike other energy sources like fossil fuels [...]

2020-06-29T11:32:31-04:00September 6th, 2018|

What are Carbon Offsets?

Measured in tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions reductions (CO2e), carbon offset accounts for how much we have reduced the potential level of greenhouse gases, either by avoiding circumstances that emit those gases, sequestering them, or eliminating them entirely. For instance, credit values are given to projects that protect forests or [...]

2020-06-29T11:36:58-04:00September 6th, 2018|

What are RECs?

The term REC stands for “Renewable Energy Certificates," which are the cornerstone for tracking the use and generation of renewable energy. Each REC represents 1 Megawatt-hour worth of renewable energy as well as the gains for the environment. These certificates are used to quantify and measure consumption/delivery-based state Renewable Portfolio [...]

2020-06-29T11:33:26-04:00September 6th, 2018|

Aren’t Carbon Offsets and RECs the Same Thing?

Not exactly. Carbon offsets can be applied to all potential sources of greenhouse gas emissions besides simply energy use; for instance, the methane from cows is a significant contributor to greenhouse gases. Furthermore, the offsets are essentially compensating for emissions that have already been made. The REC, in contrast, focuses [...]

2020-06-29T11:40:24-04:00September 6th, 2018|
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