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This graph shows the lowest  rates for Chester
Rates as of 1/14/2019


Rate Plan / Provider Term
9.59 ¢ per kWh Direct Energy

Live Brighter 12
12 months
9.59 ¢ per kWh Constellation

36 Month Home Power Plan
36 months
9.89 ¢ per kWh Constellation

24 Month Green Home Power Plan
24 months
9.89 ¢ per kWh Direct Energy

Live Brighter 18
18 months
9.91 ¢ per kWh Public Power

36 Month Fixed
36 months
10.22 ¢ per kWh Public Power

24 Month Fixed
24 months
10.39 ¢ per kWh Constellation

12 Month Green Home Power Plan
12 months
10.80 ¢ per kWh Public Power

12 Month Fixed
12 months
11.25 ¢ per kWh XOOM Energy

RescueLock 12
12 months
11.29 ¢ per kWh Constellation

6 Month Home Power Plan
6 months




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Reviews from Chester:


Happy Stream Customer

(5 / 5)

  I have been a Stream customer since November of 2012. I have been very happy with Streams rates and was very excited when the announced their cash back program. The only issue I had was with the incumbent Rochester Gas and Electric estimating my usage. I know read my own meters and couldnt be happier with my savings! 

Kathy H
July 10th, 2018

great rates

(5 / 5)

  Better rates and service than RGE and they are nice to talk to. Vey pleased 

Roger
April 9th, 2013

Low "gotcha" rate then a huge regular rate

(2.6 / 5)

  Low teaser rate of 4c/kWh, then a huge rate of 13c/kWh for regular service + $10/mo "customer charge" - if you sign up under a promotion with this company, cancel and switch a month early to make sure you're not suckered in to their extremely high prices. 

A Ramos
January 11th, 2017

Questionable

(1.8 / 5)

  These people called today offering to "save" us money on our electric bill.
They told me "Obama has declared war on coal" and then quoted me a 5-month rate that was higher than what my utility company is currently charging. I calculated that I'd be paying them $11 *more* per month right off the bat!
They assured me that my utility company was planning a rate increase in a couple months and *then* I'd be saving money!
I can't see much benefit to paying Mega Energy more than I'm paying now for electricity in the hope that I might save money a few months from now, if and when my utility raises their rates, and if their rates go higher than Mega Energy's already higher rate.
My impression is they just piggy-back onto peoples' electric bills, charge more money, and that's how they make a living... off dumb people paying them the higher rates they charge. 

No Fool
May 21st, 2014

Updated: 01-15-2019
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