Peace Power offers a variable rate for electricity, and both variable and fixed rates for natural gas. Fixed rates allow you to lock in for the length of the term (our term is 1 year), and our variable-rate plan allows you to take advantage when the prices are low. Note that the variable rate also rises so you may need to keep track of it from month to month to decide which plan is best for you.
Choosing between variable and fixed options depends on your risk tolerance and financial goals. Fixed options offer predictability and stability, making budgeting easier, while variable options can start with lower rates and provide potential savings if market conditions remain favorable. Fixed options are suitable for those seeking stability and long-term planning, while variable options offer flexibility and potential short-term gains. Consider factors like your risk tolerance, market conditions, and individual circumstances when making your decision, and seek professional advice if needed.
Yes, there are several ways to conserve natural gas and reduce energy bills. Tips may include adjusting thermostat settings, insulating your home, using energy-efficient appliances, and performing regular maintenance on gas equipment.
No, your retailer (eg. Peace Power) is independent of your transmission and distribution company. This means that when you switch to us, only the energy rates you pay and the retailer you deal with changes – nothing to do with the delivery of energy to your home changes, and therefore there is no disruption.
At Peace Power, we do conduct a credit check on all new applicants. The results of the credit check may require you to pay a security deposit, depending on your credit score. This is to ensure that we can provide reliable service to all of our customers while minimizing the risk of non-payment. Rest assured, our credit check process is quick, secure, and non-invasive, and we’re committed to finding solutions that work for everyone.
Once you have signed the lease agreement for your rental property, the first thing you need to do is set up electricity in your name. This involves identifying the local electricity provider, getting in touch with them, and providing your new address and move-in date. You will also need to provide identification and payment information as requested by the provider. Once the paperwork is done, schedule a time for the electricity to be turned on at your new place. With the electricity up and running, you can focus on settling into your new home.