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How does energy work?
Your energy bill is part Supply and part Distribution.
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Add/Delete

Add/Delete governs the costs associated with a customer adding or deleting accounts to this contract. Usually there are additional costs associated with this action.

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Add/Delete

Add/Delete governs the costs associated with a customer adding or deleting accounts to this contract. Usually there are additional costs associated with this action.

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Can I lose power if I choose a competitive energy supplier?

Choosing to purchase energy from a competitive energy supplier will have no impact on the quality or consistency of the electrical service to your building(s).

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Can I lose power if I choose a competitive energy supplier?

Choosing to purchase energy from a competitive energy supplier will have no impact on the quality or consistency of the electrical service to your building(s).

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What does Breakerbox do with the data it collects?

We'll only share your data with our trusted suppliers if you select a contract. Otherwise, this data stays with Breakerbox.

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What does Breakerbox do with the data it collects?

We'll only share your data with our trusted suppliers if you select a contract. Otherwise, this data stays with Breakerbox.

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Why do energy suppliers exist?

Energy suppliers exist to manage energy price volatility and to provide innovative products that match the needs of their customers. In order for power to get to your home or business, there are companies that focus on generating power (e.g., nuclear, gas, solar, etc.); then there are "Suppliers". Suppliers buy energy from companies in generation and structure and sell that energy to utilities or directly to homes and businesses. Suppliers may go by different names including, but not limited to: wholesalers, Retail Energy Providers / REPs, or Alternative Retail Energy Suppliers / ARES.

Energy Buying

Why do energy suppliers exist?

Energy suppliers exist to manage energy price volatility and to provide innovative products that match the needs of their customers. In order for power to get to your home or business, there are companies that focus on generating power (e.g., nuclear, gas, solar, etc.); then there are "Suppliers". Suppliers buy energy from companies in generation and structure and sell that energy to utilities or directly to homes and businesses. Suppliers may go by different names including, but not limited to: wholesalers, Retail Energy Providers / REPs, or Alternative Retail Energy Suppliers / ARES.

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Who owns Breakerbox?

Breakerbox is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Exelon Generation which in turn is part of Exelon Corp. ("Exelon"). Exelon is the leading U.S. competitive energy provider, with one of the cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets and largest retail customer bases in the country. The Exelon family of companies participates in every stage of the energy business, from generation to power sales to transmission to delivery. Headquartered in Chicago, the company does business in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Canada.

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Who owns Breakerbox?

Breakerbox is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Exelon Generation which in turn is part of Exelon Corp. ("Exelon"). Exelon is the leading U.S. competitive energy provider, with one of the cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets and largest retail customer bases in the country. The Exelon family of companies participates in every stage of the energy business, from generation to power sales to transmission to delivery. Headquartered in Chicago, the company does business in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Canada.

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Why do we ask for your location?

Breakerbox will only compare contracts available to your business based on your ZIP code and electric utility.

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Why do we ask for your location?

Breakerbox will only compare contracts available to your business based on your ZIP code and electric utility.

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