Going Green in Two Ways

by Donny on March 16, 2012

How did the idea of being pinched for not wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day start?

From what I’ve read, it’s an American tradition that started in the early 1700s based on the idea that wearing green made people invisible to leprechauns, who would pinch anyone they could see. Apparently the idea of pinching those not wearing green stuck for all those years.

Regardless, the green thing is a tradition that hasn’t gone away for energy customers in deregulated areas throughout the United States. They’re not just avoiding getting pinched but get hit hard by electricity prices, and going green might be the solution to that.

We’ve all heard ways of going green with energy such as walking or biking to work, avoid littering and others, recycling, but what about switching electricity companies?

Some energy companies offer their own green programs, but if nothing else, paying less money for electricity can go a long way in going green and helping the environment.

If you live in a deregulated area, you can shop and compare multiple electricity rates and providers for your home or office. Simply type your zip code into our compare box, select ‘commercial’ or ‘residential’ and click the compare button. This will show you our rates with the lowest deals at the top.

We recommend you select a fixed rate over a variable rate for a residential rate of more than six months because it will help your monthly energy bills be more consistent.

For any further questions, comments or concerns, please don’t hesitate to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 and one of our expert energy consultants will be more than happy to help you out with all of your electricity needs.

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