How do I get started?
Your business has many challenges. Buying basic business utilities shouldn't be one of them. Let Verdegy help setup your business electricity and telecommunications services. The process is quick and painless.
1) Click here to complete a quick and simple form to get started.
2) A manager from Verdegy will contact you directly.
3) The energy providers may request that you complete a Letter
4) The energy providers will send you a quote based on
5) There is nothing binding at this point until you choose one
What is a Letter Of Authorization (LOA)?
The LOA applies only to our business customers and assists us in delivering the best possible solution and price, it requires us to retrieve your energy usage information from your local utility. We are required to secure your permission in writing.
The LOA does not bind you in any way or form. It merely enables us to properly analyze your power usage so we can deliver the best available pricing.
Is it difficult to switch?
Switching is simple. Once you've decided which company and offer is right for you, switching is simple. Just contact the Retail Electric Provider you’ve chosen and tell them you'd like to switch, or sign up on their web site. They’ll send you a “Terms of Service” agreement, which is your new service contract. Review it carefully because after you receive it you'll only have three business days to cancel without penalty, if your Terms of Service provides for a penalty. You will also receive a postcard in the mail telling you that the switch request has been received and processed and will tell you how to cancel the switch.
When will my switch occur?
Your new electric service plan won’t take effect until your next scheduled meter read, which could take up to two billing cycles. You can ask for your meter to be read earlier, which will allow your new provider to start serving you sooner, but your provider will most likely charge you an early meter reading fee. Check with your provider to see how much this fee will be.
Will my service be interrupted?
Rest easy – switching providers will not interrupt your electricity service. All that changes is the company that sells you power, not the company that maintains the poles and wires that deliver electricity to your home or business. The reliability of your service will not be affected by your choice of provider, and if a power outage occurs for any reason, your service will still be restored just as before regardless of which company you’re with.
What about Contracts and Terms?
Some Retail Electric Providers offer plans with no minimum contract period ("month-to-month" plans), and others may offer plans with contract periods as long as three years or more. Contracts with a minimum term may have a penalty if you cancel before the contract period ends. Make sure you understand what happens at the end of the contract period with respect to the pricing of your service, and ask the Retail Electric Provider if you are unsure.
What’s the difference between Fixed and