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Contract Today! In most cases we are able to provide rate quotes and contracts in less than four hours. Businesses with larger energy volumes, multiple meters, multiple locations, or other unique details may require additional time. All we need is your utility invoice(s) so we can analyze the amount of usage and it's time distribution, determine your rate class, and review other details on the invoice needed to get the most competitive pricing from our suppliers. Are you already under contract? We can still help you!  Contact us and provide us with your expiration date and we can set you up with a new contract when your current contract expires or add time to your existing one.

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Electric Advisors' goal is to help our clients take advantage of energy choice and to show them how it can benefit their organization's bottom-line. We continually seek out new energy companies to add to our growing list of suppliers in order to stay on top of new product offerings, find the most competitive pricing, and ensure we can provide business friendly contracts. Committed to the community, Electric Advisors is an active member of many chambers of commerce, business associations, and trade groups. Our Energy Brokers are also involved individually in community activites from Rotary Clubs, blood drives, houses of worship and much more. Engaged in your success and the success of the community, that's Electric Advisors!


Electricity Lights Up The Supreme Court.

We talk to our clients and prospects frequently about "Demand Response" and do a good job of teaching the product. This  Washington Post writer does a good job of explaining the concept, the case in front of the Supreme Court, and the potential impact of the soon to be determined decision Supreme Court case.  "FERC. Demand response. Wholesale and retail electricity markets. If names and phrases like these have already made you want to stop reading, then MORE

Storage Report

Weekly Gas Storage Report Released 10-8-2015. Limited upward pressure on  electricity prices.  Working gas in underground storage, lower 48 statesSummary text CSV JSN     Historical Comparisons Stocks billion cubic feet (Bcf)   Year ago (10/02/14) 5-Year average (2010-2014) Region 10/02/15 09/25/15 net change implied flow   (Bcf) % change (Bcf) % change East 1,861     1,804     57     57       1,767     5.3     1,883     -1.2     West 510     502     8     8       462     10.4     496     2.8     Producing 1,262     1,232     30     30       960     31.5     1,099     14.8        Salt 331     321     10     10       258     28.3     227     45.8        Nonsalt 932     911     21     21       702     32.8     872     6.9     Total 3,633     3,538     95     95       3,190     13.9     3,478     4.5       The U.S. Energy Information Administration previously announced upcoming changes to the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report (WNGSR). Details and dates for the public testing of the new file formats can be found at:http://ir.eia.gov/ngs/notice.html.     Summary Working gas in storage was 3,633 Bcf as of Friday, October 2, 2015, according MORE
Industries we work with

Electric Advisors has worked with an incredible group of leaders and decision makers from organizations and business types as diverse as the landscape in our country. While diverse, all of our clients have one thing in common: they pay their own energy bills. From the for-profit sector, we have helped apartment buildings, butcher shops, restaurants, hotels, convenience stores, warehouses, office buildings, and many more. From the not-for-profit industry we have helped houses of worship, elderly services, children's services, animal shelters, medical clinics, professional associations, and many more.


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