Affordable Energy in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

by Donny on December 10, 2010

Pennsylvania is among the few states to have become deregulated which allows Pennsylvanians the ability to choose their own affordable electricity company and rate.

You can expect residents and businesses of Lancaster, Pennsylvania to capitalize on being in a deregulated area.

Lancaster is located in the south central part of the state, and its population of about 56,000 makes it the eighth largest city in Pennsylvania.

The town was originally named “Hickory Town,” and city native John Wright named it Lancaster after Lancaster, England. The city’s symbol is a red rose.

Lancaster is the oldest inland city in the United States, and was actually the state capital from 1799 to 1812, before it changed to Harrisburg.

Despite its extremely rich history, the city hasn’t always been deregulated, but now that it is, residents and businesses have the opportunity to shop, compare and choose their own rates.

If you’re living in the Lancaster area, or another deregulated area, type your zip code into our compare box to see what kind of rates are being offered by which electricity providers near you.

If you have any further questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020, and one of our expert energy consultants will be happy to help you out with any of your electricity needs.

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