Bucks County Electricity Supplier

Lock in a Great Electricity Rate in Bucks County, PA.

Are you a resident of Bucks County, Pennsylvania? If so, you have the power to choose your electricity supplier. For great rates and rewards, learn why AEP Energy is the best option as your Electric Generation Supplier.

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Why Choose AEP Energy?

Instead of paying fluctuating utility rates every month, have peace of mind with AEP Energy. Every customer receives:

  • Fixed-rate pricing for the duration of the plan you choose
  • The same, reliable service at a better price
  • No cancellation fees if you are not 100% satisfied
  • Reward Dollars to use in AEP Energy Reward Store

It isn’t common to know exactly how much your neighbor pays for electric service every month, but you should know that you have options in choosing who provides electric services. Choose AEP Energy for competitive electricity rates, consistent pricing, and highly-rated customer service.

As a part of one of the largest and oldest energy companies in the United States, AEP Energy is an Electric Generation Supplier that has helped thousands of Pennsylvanians save with their energy bills. Now is the time to lock in a good electricity rate and make the switch.

When you choose AEP Energy, you get stable electricity prices along with the same bill and service from your local utility. We protect you from potentially fluctuating electricity rates by selling power at market-based prices. This means you get a fixed price, no early termination fees, and peace of mind.

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Renewable Energy Options in Bucks County, PA.

We love the beautiful landscapes, wildlife, and natural attractions of Pennsylvania, and renewable energy from AEP Energy can help keep it green. We offer electricity supply plans that help customers in Bucks County support a cleaner environment while getting the same electricity service.

The plan is called ECO-Advantage®, and it matches 100% of your electricity usage with national Green-e® Energy certified wind Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). When you buy and pair RECs with your electricity service, you are getting and using renewable electricity.

Buying RECs helps build a market for renewable electricity and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. ECO-Advantage® helps you make a positive impact on the environment without expensive equipment or additional costs. It’s a win-win.

Let AEP Energy be your renewable electricity provider in Bucks County.

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ECO-Advantage is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org.

Welcome to Bucks County, PA.

The 622 square mile area of Bucks County is a picturesque area, just 25 miles north of Philadelphia. With welcoming towns, rolling hills, working farms, and a historic relevance, Bucks County offers the perfect mix of convenience and natural beauty as the fourth most popular county in Pennsylvania.

Bucks County is well known for its historic sites, including the Mercer Museum, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Pennsbury Manor, and Pearl S Buck House. Whether your time here is spent exploring the New Hope Railroad, shopping Peddler’s Village, or seeing a show at the Sellersville Theater, this bustling area of PA is bright with activities for all.

A Proud Electricity Supplier Serving Bucks County, PA.

Energy deregulation in the area has given homeowners throughout Bucks County the opportunity to take greater control of their energy costs. AEP Energy offers electricity plans to almost every town in Bucks County, including Bensalem, Bristol Township, Doylestown, Levittown, Morrisville, Quakertown, Warrington, Yardley, and more.

Residents in the following Bucks County zip codes have the option to choose AEP Energy:

18039, 18077, 18081, 18901, 18902, 18910, 18911, 18912, 18913, 18914, 18916, 18917, 18920, 18921, 18922, 18923, 18925, 18927, 18928, 18929, 18930, 18931, 18932, 18933, 18934, 18935, 18938, 18940, 18942, 18943, 18944, 18946, 18947, 18949, 18950, 18951, 18953, 18954, 18955, 18956, 18960, 18962, 18963, 18966, 18968, 18970, 18972, 18974, 18976, 18977, 18980, 18981, 18991, 19007, 19020, 19021, 19030, 19047, 19048, 19049, 19053, 19054, 19055, 19056, 19057, 19058, 19067

Bucks County residents can choose from a number of competing electricity providers. AEP Energy has price plans that are among the most competitive.

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Electric Companies in Bucks County, PA.

The following electric distribution companies provide transmission of electric power in Bucks County.

PECO Energy Company

PECO, formerly the Philadelphia Electric Company, serves over 2 million gas and electric customers in southeastern PA, including Bucks County as well as Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. They maintain about 28,000 miles of power lines. PECO is a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation.

Metropolitan Edison Co. (Met-Ed)

Met-Ed is one of FirstEnergy’s ten regulated distribution companies that together form one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electric systems.

PPL Electric Utilities

PPL Electric Utilities serves about 1.4 million customers in 29 counties in central and eastern Pennsylvania and maintains about 50,000 miles of power lines.

Why Bucks County Residents Choose AEP Energy.

AEP Energy customers in Buck County have a lot to share about their pleasant experiences. Read what they have to say.

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I have lived in Pennsylvania and Georgia, two states that offer competitive energy marketing. I recently switched to AEP Energy and was very pleased with the service I received over the telephone to guide me through the enrollment process. I found their plan to be just what I was looking for: long-term, very reasonable rates, no monthly fees and no cancellation charges. Many thanks!

William H. Warrington, PA

It was so easy to register and looks like it will only take a few days until we start getting our discounted service. Wish I knew why it took me so long to do this. If the savings are what they said, we’ll be able to take a cruise at the end of the year and not even dip into our savings account to pay for it.

Lisa A. Warrington, PA

As a former business researcher in the energy consulting sector, I’m very familiar with AEP Energy and its reputation. It is a well-respected company. In going to Powerswitch.com to review available plans, my main goal as a retiree was to locate an energy plan that was both cost-effective and had no limitations. In this instance, AEP Energy offered the lowest cost plan, which meets my immediate need. I am more than happy to share this information with friends who may be seeking a new supplier contract.

Donna T. Penndel, PA

The main reason I chose to switch to AEP is for the 100% renewable energy. They offered a flat rate guarantee that was marginally more than a non-renewable energy rate. No brainer.

Eric E. Newtown, PA

I was pleased with the service and price from this supplier. The first year with AEP was fine, the switch to them was trouble-free, and the renewal contract pricing was competitive. I would recommend them to others.

Ed F. Warminster, PA

Frequently Asked Questions


  • No. Most Public Utilities Commissions have only allowed investor owned utilities to participate in electric choice. Municipal electric cooperatives do not participate in electric choice.

  • There is no equipment to install or any changes in wiring or hardware. You also won’t experience any interruptions as a result of enrolling with AEP Energy and there will be no changes in your electricity delivery.

  • Eligibility rules for assistance programs can vary by state and/or utility. Please contact your local utility for more information. In Pennsylvania, we can enroll customers who are currently on a Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) or Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and you will not notice a change with regard to your PIPP or LIHEAP benefits.

  • Unfortunately, if you owe money to the local utility, you are not eligible to enroll with AEP Energy until your balance has been paid.

  • No, AEP Energy will take care of notifying the local utility. Enrolling with AEP Energy does not eliminate or cancel your current local utility service. You will remain a customer of your current local utility as they will continue to read your meter, send you one bill that contains all of your charges and provide maintenance and emergency services.

  • In most cases, your service will begin on the next available meter-read date after your local utility accepts your enrollment. This typically takes up to 45-75 days after we receive your enrollment form. In Pennsylvania, our service may begin as soon as three days after enrollment. You will receive a confirmation letter from your local utility that will provide your specific start date.

  • Switching fees are a cost imposed by your local utility (with the exception of Pennsylvania) that you may incur as a result of changing suppliers. However, AEP Energy will cover those charges. Please note – switching fees should not be confused with early termination fees. Many price plans do not include an early termination fee, however, please carefully review the terms and conditions of your contract.

  • Many of our price plans do not have an early termination fee if you cancel prior to the end of your agreement. However, please carefully review the terms and conditions of your contract. In Pennsylvania, keep in mind that no supplier is allowed to charge an early termination fee during the last month of your agreement.

  • Yes, our price plans will require that you enter into a contract. Your agreement will outline the terms and conditions including your price and term length, as well as cancellation and renewal provisions.

  • AEP Energy has a variety of electricity product offerings to meet your energy needs. Click here to see the price plans for your area.

  • You will need to provide AEP Energy with your account name and service address as listed on your utility bill, as well as your utility account number. Some utilities use various forms of account numbers or identifiers for their customers. Click here to use our Utility Number Reference Guide to help you find your utility account number and identify what type of information to provide AEP Energy.

  • It’s easy to enroll with AEP Energy! Simply enroll online by browsing the price plans for your area or give us a call at 1-855-300-7192.


  • Renewable energy comes from natural sources that are infinite and constantly replenished, like sunlight and wind. Choosing renewable energy is a sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to power your home. Learn more about renewable energy and its benefits here.

  • 1. If moving to a location within the same service area: You may be able to keep AEP Energy as your existing supplier when you move to a new address within the same service area with a program called Seamless Move. You should call your electric distribution company to provide a disconnect date for the old account and a connect date for the new account within the same phone call. If you are eligible for the Seamless Move program, you will be able to keep AEP Energy at your new location without interruption. For more information about the Seamless Move program, please contact your electric distribution company.

    2. If moving to a location in a new service area in Pennsylvania served by AEP Energy: You may be able arrange for AEP Energy as your supplier on the connect date for your new location with a program called Instant Connect. Call your electric distribution company to set-up service at the new location and then contact one of our Customer Care Representatives toll free at 1-866-258-3782 to let us know your plans. Although you can’t transfer your agreement to the new location, you can sign up your new location under a new agreement. We’ll take care of the details to coordinate supply service beginning day one.

    3. If moving to a location in a service area outside of Pennsylvania: If you are moving to a new home or apartment outside of your current service area, call your electric distribution company to place a disconnect order and arrange for service at the new location. Then contact one of our Customer Care Representatives toll free at 1-866-258-3782 or by completing the form here to let us know your plans. Although you can’t transfer your agreement to the new location, you can sign up your new location under a new agreement if it is within a service area that we serve. Click here to see what markets we serve.

  • Many price plans do not include an early termination fee, however, please refer to your service agreement for cancellation provisions.

  • Many consumers have the power to choose an electricity and natural gas supplier, like AEP Energy. If your home is located in a deregulated state, you can choose who supplies your generation and transmission services and what price you pay for it. This allows you to choose the supply plan and contract length that works for you. To learn more about how energy choice works and its benefits, click here.