Electric fees in DC are going up.
We can help you keep yours lower.

If you live in Washington, DC, it’s anticipated that you will soon see a fee increase in your electric bill thanks to the passage of the Renewal Portfolio Standards law which was recently signed. This law is expected to raise electric fees for all users—including large commercial and industrial users—by as much as $1.50 to $2.50 per Mwh depending on your individual electric load. Thanks in part to the heavy involvement and support of Direct Energy Business, the RPS law includes a provision allowing suppliers to "grandfather in" old rates for a limited time.
Act now to lock in a lower rate for the long term
If you act fast, you can lock in a lower rate for the long term before these increases start affecting you, but there’s no time to waste. Lock in a lower electric rate with Direct Energy Business for contract terms as long as up to five years, using a managed structure and contract term that meets your business need not your providers.
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