Competitive Natural Gas Options & Rates

USA Energy Options helps you pick your natural gas provider in states where the energy market has been deregulated.

Customize Your Energy Options:

  • Rate Type: Variable or Fixed
  • Term Length (in months): 6, 12, 18, 24, 36, 60

Natural Gas Rates Are Going Up!

Over the next 30 years, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) predicts the cost of natural gas will rise 3.6% each year.

Sign up now for a 3 year fixed rate energy plan to get natural gas bill predictability & lower your annual costs.

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Commercial Natural Gas Prices Through 2040

Commercial natural gas prices through 2040
Natural Gas Prices – Nominal USD per million Btu

2011 2012 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040
8.80 8.11 10.75 12.67 15.07 17.80 21.68

Why Switch?

  • save around $83 a month by exploring alternative energy suppliersSave money
    You can save an average of $83 every month. Energy costs become more predictable (good for your budget!)
  • no interruption in service when you switchNo interruption in service
    Switching energy suppliers is seamless. You’ll experience no downtime when we switch to your new energy supplier.
  • opt for green energy optionsOpt for green energy options
    Support the environment with wind, solar & hydro power
  • energy rates are going upEnergy rates are going up!
    The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) predicts energy prices increasing 2% each year. Lock in low now!
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    You don’t pay us a dime. Ever.

FAQs – Natural Gas

Q:What is a fixed rate?

Fixed rates provide you with stability and predictability for the entire term length. It’s a rate structure where the charge for each unit of energy will not change over the term of the contract.

Q:What is a variable rate?

Variable rates give you the opportunity to secure the lowest possible rates for energy during any given month. These rates come with a risk factor inherent with the changing energy market landscape, meaning sometimes your rates will go up. The charge for each unit of energy may fluctuate.

Q:Will I need new equipment with a new supplier?

No, you don’t need new equipment when you switch suppliers. All suppliers work over the same lines that go to your business. The main thing that changes is where the energy is coming from.

Q:Are these new suppliers dependable?

States require all energy suppliers to be authorized by the state’s utility commission. This means that 1) yes, they’re reliable and 2) if they ever go out of business, you’ve got a safety net and your business’s lights will stay on.

Q:Who do I call if my power goes out?

You’ll contact your supplier for any outages or service issues that may occur.

Have more questions? Find answers in our FAQ.

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