Natural Gas & Electric Program


WHAT IS THE PPEEC NATURAL GAS & ELECTRIC PROGRAM?

The Pennsylvania Public Entity Energy Consortium (PPEEC) Natural Gas & Electric Program helps Pennsylvania’s educational and municipal communities lower their natural gas and electric costs and assist them in reaching their overall Natural Gas & Electric budget goals. The PPEEC goal is to provide the lowest cost, reliable supply of natural gas and electricity to its members. We deliver accurate, unbiased information regarding all of your energy needs.

Remember: PPEEC works for you, not the utility or supplier.


WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

The PPEEC Natural Gas & Electric Program is open to all of Pennsylvania’s – public educational institutions and municipalities – whose local natural gas and electric utility offers a deregulated rate option.

Pennsylvania’s natural gas utilities typically offer two types of deregulated rate options: Transportation Gas (large users) and a Gas Choice program (smaller users). With PPEEC’s assistance, you choose the natural gas program that best fits your district’s energy needs.

The PPEEC Natural Gas & Electric Program can serve districts located in all of Pennsylvania’s natural gas utilities.


SAVINGS ANALYSIS

Upon request, PPEEC will provide its member districts with a competitive pricing offer and a savings analysis for each district facility before a district commits to participate in the Natural Gas & Electric Program. The analysis will be based on historical usage, current utility and supply costs. The analysis will show the district the true projected savings by participating in the Natural Gas & Electric Program.

If you would like PPEEC to perform a free Savings Analysis for your facilities, please send one utility electric or natural gass bill per account to william.oppenheim@ems.schneider-electric.com.


WHO IS THE “WATCHDOG” OVER PPEEC?

PPEEC is owned and managed by its members. All decisions made by the Consortium are made by either the Consortiums Executive Committee or by its members districts – and all of these decisions are made with the best interest with its members in mind.


ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

Contact: Bill Oppenheim, Client Energy Manager, Schneider Electric, william.oppenheim@ems.schneider-electric.com