Recommended Plans in Philadelphia


Average Rates & Usage in Philadelphia


In March, the average electricity rate in Philadelphia was 13.75¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 734 kWh, making the average bill around $101.

based on EIA Data as of June, 2020

All Electricity Plans in Philadelphia


Plan Name
Company
/
Rating
Length
Price
12 months
6.99¢ per kWh
36 months
6.99¢ per kWh
36 months
7.15¢ per kWh
6 months
6.39¢ per kWh
12 months
6.38¢ per kWh
12 months
7.39¢ per kWh
12 months
6.92¢ per kWh
12 months
7.59¢ per kWh
24 months
7.20¢ per kWh
12 months
7.27¢ per kWh
24 months
7.09¢ per kWh
12 months
6.99¢ per kWh
12 months
5.79¢ per kWh
6 months
5.97¢ per kWh
24 months
7.05¢ per kWh
24 months
7.29¢ per kWh
6 months
5.98¢ per kWh
6 months
5.99¢ per kWh
6 months
6.29¢ per kWh
6 months
6.59¢ per kWh
12 months
6.99¢ per kWh
12 months
7.29¢ per kWh
12 months
6.69¢ per kWh
12 months
6.48¢ per kWh
12 months
7.19¢ per kWh
12 months
8.79¢ per kWh
24 months
7.99¢ per kWh
12 months
6.99¢ per kWh
12 months
7.19¢ per kWh
24 months
8.99¢ per kWh
6 months
7.99¢ per kWh
12 months
7.79¢ per kWh
12 months
7.39¢ per kWh
18 months
7.29¢ per kWh
18 months
7.39¢ per kWh
18 months
7.28¢ per kWh
18 months
8.89¢ per kWh
24 months
7.69¢ per kWh
12 months
7.59¢ per kWh
24 months
7.49¢ per kWh
4 months
6.42¢ per kWh
12 months
7.49¢ per kWh
24 months
7.29¢ per kWh
4 months
6.29¢ per kWh


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Other information about electric service in Philadelphia


Electricity Utilities

Philadelphia power lines and electricity distribution are handled by Duquesne, PECO, and PPL
Trash and Recycling

See https://beta.phila.gov/services/trash-recycling-city-upkeep/ for information on all things trash, from Christmas tree disposal to pickup schedules
Water Supply

If you have any issues with the water in your home, call the Water Revenue Bureau at 215-685-6300. To set up new service, visit https://beta.phila.gov/services/water-gas-utilities/water-sewer-services/

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, situated in Philadelphia County is the most populous city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the sixth-most populated city in the United States with an approximate population of almost 1.6 million residents and more than 6 million in the seventh-largest urban analytical location, as of 2016.

The Liberty Bell is a renowned sign of American self-reliance, situated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Previously put in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House (now relabeled Independence Hall), the bell today is situated in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is an art museum initially chartered in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The museum administers collections including over 240,000 things consisting of significant holdings of European, Asian and American origin.

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens is a non-profit company, folk art environment, and gallery area on South Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Magic Gardens covers 3 city lots, and consists of indoor galleries and a big outside maze.

The Franklin Institute is a science museum and the center of science education and research study in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Established in 1824, the Franklin Institute is one of the earliest centers of science education and advancement in the United States.

The Philadelphia Zoo, situated in the Centennial District of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the west bank of the Schuylkill River, was the very first real zoo in the United States. Chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on March 21, 1859, its opening was postponed by the American Civil War up until July 1, 1874. It opened with 1,000 animals and an admission cost of 25 cents.

The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is the main arboretum of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The arboretum was previously the estate of John and Lydia Morris, who bought and landscaped much of the arboretum's existing location beginning with the 1880s. Today the arboretum consists of more than 13,000 identified plants of over 2,500 types, representing the temperate plants of North America, Asia, and Europe, with a main concentration on Asia.
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