Philadelphia has energy choice. Make a smart switch. Choose AEP Energy, an Electric Generation Supplier.
Instead of paying fluctuating utility rates, with AEP Energy, you’ll receive:
What do your fellow Philadelphians pay for electricity? If you have never considered that question, you may be interested to know that many of them may have a better plan than you. How is that possible? They are using AEP Energy as their Electric Generation Supplier (EGS).
Now, your next question may be if switching to a different EGS actually offers a better rate or is worth the hassle. The answers are yes and there is no hassle at all. In fact, AEP Energy has helped thousands of people in the Philadelphia area save money. And, we’ve made sure that switching is quite easy.
With AEP Energy, you get secure electricity prices. You also get the same bill and service from your local utility. Plus, we sell power at market-based prices. So you get protection from potentially volatile and fluctuating electricity rates, which means a fixed price, no early termination fees, and peace of mind.
Rely on AEP Energy to be your electric supplier. We are not only a part of one of the largest and oldest energy companies in the United States, we are also committed to complete customer satisfaction.
Our Philadelphia-area customers can get electricity service while supporting a cleaner environment with an AEP Energy supply plan.
ECO-Advantage® is a plan that 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 get and use renewable electricity.
RECs also help build a market for renewable electricity and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. That means ECO-Advantage® helps you make a positive environmental impact without having to use expensive equipment or pay additional costs. It’s a win-win.
Let AEP Energy be your renewable electricity provider.
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.
Philadelphia has four centuries of rich history and, in that time, has become a destination for millions of people. So, whether you and your family landed near Temple and Drexel or close to Holy Family and Thomas Jefferson Universities, AEP Energy can work for you. From Germantown to Southwest Philly, Reading to Camden, there is a plan that fits your location.
Long before the Industrial Revolution, people in Philadelphia were working hard to improve the city and the entire country. AEP Energy is proud to be an Electric Generation Supplier for one of the United States’ oldest and largest cities, along with its surrounding communities.
Energy deregulation has helped homeowners in Philadelphia and surrounding counties like Montgomery, Bucks, Deleware, Chester, and Camden to take greater control of their energy costs. This means they don’t have to buy energy from the local utility company. They can choose the energy supplier and plan that meets their energy needs best.
Families in “The City of Brotherly and Sisterly Love” can be sure their homes are warm in the winter and cool in the summer, while feeling confident they will have energy rates that are stable. Whether they are rooting for their Eagles, Flyers, Phillies, or 76ers, families in the Philadelphia-area can rely on AEP Energy to keep the power running to their televisions.
AEP Energy offers electricity plans to almost every borough in Philadelphia and most of the surrounding towns, including: Upper Darby, Bensalem, Lower Merion, Abington, Bristol, Haverford, Middletown, Northampton, Reading, Cherry Hill, and more.
AEP Energy has price plans and renewable energy options that are among the most competitive in the area.
The following electric distribution companies provide the distribution and transmission of electric power in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas.
PECO Energy Company
PECO, formerly the Philadelphia Electric Company, serves about 2.1 million customers in Philadelphia, Delaware, Bucks, Chester, and Montgomery Counties. They maintain about 28,000 miles of power lines.
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.
AEP Energy customers in the Philly area are very pleased. Read what they have to say.
“I appreciate that AEP Energy provides renewable energy at an affordable price point with no early termination fees.”
– Michele O., Downingtown, PA
“I have found AEP Energy to be extremely customer friendly. The sign-up process was a breeze and upon doing so I found their rates, their intro period and their incentives to be unique and generous. Best of all, their service went into effect right away, which will save me a good bit on my energy bill.
– Joseph V., Philadelphia, PA
“AEP Energy not only offers excellent pricing and annual contracts, their website is also easy to use. If you are looking to switch, give AEP a close look. You won’t be sorry.”
– Jim M., West Chester, PA
“AEP Energy is the right choice because they offer entirely renewable (clean/green) energy with low priced, fixed term contracts and NO cancellation fee! Their website was easy to navigate! Definitely the way to go!!”
– Maureen S., Doylestown, PA
“Great experience with AEP [Energy]! I love that they offer renewable energy which is why I initially chose to use this company. Everything is simple and straightforward, easy first time and re-enrollment process. Would highly recommend.”
– Katie W., Philadelphia, PA
“I have been an AEP [Energy] customer for several years and started using renewable energy sources several years ago. The staff at AEP [Energy] explained everything clearly and made the process very simple. The prices are also good making this an easy choice.”
– Nancy L., Doylestown, PA
“I am very pleased with having AEP [Energy] as my electric supplier & was amazed that I could reenroll with them once my original contract was about to expire at a very competitive rate as I first had.”
– Joseph K., Philadelphia, PA
“Very good price and terms for electricity. Very easy to enroll online. Was very satisfied with followup.”
– Don H., Doylestown, PA
AEP Energy is a certified competitive retail electricity and natural gas supply provider. We operate in 27 service territories in six states and Washington, D.C., supplying electricity for more than 460,000 residential and business customers. We take pride in making it easy for customers to buy, manage, and use energy. We are a wholly-owned subsidiary of AEP, one of the largest electric energy companies in the United States.
Our price plans require a contract that outlines the terms and conditions, price, and cancellation and renewal provisions.
Many of our price plans do not have an early termination fee if you cancel before the end of your agreement. Please carefully review the terms and conditions of your contract.
Your service may begin as soon as six days after enrollment. You will receive a confirmation letter from your utility that will provide your specific start date.
It’s easy to enroll with AEP Energy. You can join online or give us a call toll-free at 1-855-300-7192.
Have your most recent electricity bill handy so that you can share your account information:
10-digit Account Number for PECO customers
20-digit Customer Number for Met-Ed customers
There is no equipment to install or any changes in wiring or hardware, and you won’t experience any interruptions as a result of enrolling with AEP Energy. Nothing will change with your electricity delivery.
AEP Energy notifies your electric distribution company. Enrolling with AEP Energy does not eliminate or cancel your current electric distribution company service. You will remain a customer of your current electric distribution company. They will continue to read your meter, send you one bill that contains all of your charges, and provide maintenance and emergency services.
If your local distribution company issues a switching fee, AEP Energy will cover the charge. However, switching fees should not be confused with early termination fees from your current electricity provider. Please carefully review the terms and conditions of your contract.