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Public Power, a subsidiary of Crius Energy, is a deregulated electricity provider that offers service in Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

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Plan Name
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Length
Price
Monthly Recurring Charge
The 'Monthly Recurring Charge' is a fee that the provider will add to each of your bills in addition to the electricity/gas usage charges.
24 Month Fixed Rate
24 month
Fixed Rate
8.69¢ / kwh
2.6% under market rate
Compared to the current PECO rate of 8.9200¢ / kwh
$0.00 monthly recurring charge
  • Rates are for new customers only
  • 12 Month Fixed Rate
    12 month
    Fixed Rate
    7.79¢ / kwh
    12.7% under market rate
    Compared to the current PECO rate of 8.9200¢ / kwh
    $0.00 monthly recurring charge
    18 Month Fixed Rate
    18 month
    Fixed Rate
    7.99¢ / kwh
    10.4% under market rate
    Compared to the current PECO rate of 8.9200¢ / kwh
    $0.00 monthly recurring charge
    9 Month Fixed Rate
    9 month
    Fixed Rate
    7.19¢ / kwh
    19.4% under market rate
    Compared to the current PECO rate of 8.9200¢ / kwh
    $0.00 monthly recurring charge

    Public Power Plan Summary

    Total Plans

    4

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    Customer Reviews of Public Power

    Reviews Overall

    8th place
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    Most Recent Public Power Reviews  


    Easy changeover
    Very professional/courteous. Ive only experienced 1month so far but based on that and ease of signing up I dont anticipate any problems! On another note there was a gift card offer when I signed up but I havent received that yet Rodney Crawford from Annville PA

    Good going now
    The only problem we had is it took almost three months to get us switched over and that was during the highest bills of the year. Phil from Winchester OH

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    good swarajya from Hubbard OH


    4-5 Star Reviews: 34 (48%)



    Easy changeover

    Very professional/courteous. Ive only experienced 1month so far but based on that and ease of signing up I dont anticipate any problems! On another note there was a gift card offer when I signed up but I havent received that yet

    Rodney Crawford from Annville, Pennsylvania
    January 26th, 2024

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    3-4 Star Reviews: 7 (10%)



    My experience

    It's really too soon to really tell if they are going to save me any money or not, since my billing cycle hasn't switched over yet.

    Ramona Rasey from 43609, Ohio
    January 8th, 2024

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    2-3 Star Reviews: 3 (4%)



    Pricing not clearly displayed

    Two weeks or so after enrolling in your program, I received an e-mail telling me I owed 139 on my account. At first I thought this to be a scam until I called customer service and was told the $139 was a sign-up fee which, the representative told me, was listed on the company website. Had I seen this listing, I wouldn't have chosen your company since the fee added to the per kw/h would have exceeded most, if not all of the other power providers cost in my area. The representative was kind enough to rescind the contract, and I apologize for not seeing the added fee in the sign-up. Thanks for your help

    moore from Glenshaw, Pennsylvania
    September 16th, 2018

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    1-2 Star Reviews: 31 (44%)



    Mike toth

    They locked me in a contract and say I would have to pay $3600 to get out of something they did but lie about everything to get me to sign up with them . They are crocked.

    Mike toth from Northern Cambria, Pennsylvania
    December 8th, 2021

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