Chicago’s Cheapest Energy

by Donny on March 4, 2011

Illinois’ largest city, Chicago, is the third largest city in United States after New York and Los Angeles and its county, Cook County, is the second largest county in United States.Chicago has about three million people within city limits and nearly 10 million residents in its metropolitan area.

Downtown Chicago is home to the Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Towers is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.

The city has earned the nickname, “The windy City,” and has a rich variety of cultures and religions.

Chicago is represented in each of the four major sports including two teams in Major League Baseball.  In fact, Sporting News named it the best Sports City in 1993, 2006, and 2010.

Many worldwide businesses make their home headquarters in Chicago as well.

One other thing that makes the city a convenient place to live is the fact that residents there have the option of choosing the cheapest electricity for their commercial businesses because Illinois joined several other states and became deregulated.

If you’re in the Chicago area or another deregulated area in the state, you don’t have to settle with the first company you hear of because there’s a variety of providers competing for your business including Exelon Corporation, Commonwealth Edison, Blue Star Energy, Midwest Generation, Bodine Electric and many more.

Just type your zip code into our compare box and select commercial to begin.

If you have any further questions, comments or concerns after you do that, don’t hesitate to give one of our expert energy consultants a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020.

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