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How It Works

1

Delivery & Supply

Your energy bill has 2 main parts: Delivery & Supply. Delivery means distributing the energy i.e. via transmission lines. Supply refers to energy purchased on the open market

2

More Efficient Buying

Just like your utility, 3rd party companies like Eligo can also buy electricity on the open market, usually more efficiently. Think of us as a Discount Club for energy.

3

Same Bill. Better Rates.

When you choose an electricity supplier, your utility will still bill you. We are an authorized partner of your utility and our charges will appear with their bill. Your utility still handle everything else like reading the meter. It's that easy!

Electricity Statistics

Residential Commercial
Average Electricity Rate
Average Monthly Consumption
Average Monthly Bill
Average Household Income
Delaware has an average residential electricity rate of 13.35¢/kWh, which positions the state 16th in the nation.
Delaware state's residential average electricity rate of 13.35¢/kWh is 3.57% greater than than the United States' overall residential average of 12.89¢/kWh.
Approximately, residential electricity rates in the United States vary from 9.66¢/kWh to 29.5¢/kWh.
Delaware has an average residential electricity consumption of 912 kWh/month which stands 36th in the United States.
Delaware state's residential electricity consumption is 5% greater than the overall United States' average monthly consumption of 867 kWh/month.
Monthly residential electricity consumption in the U.S. ranges from approximately 506 kWh/mo. to 1,187 kWh/mo.
With an average monthly bill of $121.73, Delaware ranks 47th in the United States.
This average for Delaware is approximately 9% greater than than the United States average residential monthly bill of $112.
On an average, monthly residential electricity rates in the United States vary from $79 to $149.
Delaware has a median household income of $61,017 as compared to the United States' overall median household income of $55,322.
Median household income in Delaware is approximately 10.29% greater than the median income for the U.S. as a whole.
About 13.6% of the households in Delaware have incomes below the poverty level.
Delaware has an average commercial electricity rate of  9.89¢/kWh, which positions the state  29th in the nation.
Delaware state's commercial average electricity rate of 9.89¢/kWh is 7.23% less than the United States' overall commercial average of 10.66¢/kWh.
Approximately, commercial electricity rates in the United States vary from 7.96¢/kWh to 26.77¢/kWh.
Delaware has an average commercial electricity consumption of 6,445 kWh/month which stands 18th in the United States.
Delaware state's commercial electricity consumption is 4.92% greater than the overall United States' average monthly consumption of 6143 kWh/month.
Monthly commercial electricity consumption in the U.S. ranges from approximately 3,286 kWh/mo. to 25,552 kWh/mo.
With an average monthly bill of $637, Delaware ranks 18th in the United States.
This average for Delaware is approximately -2.67% less than the United States average commercial monthly bill of $655.
On an average, monthly commercial electricity rates in the United States vary from $391 to $2,979.

Frequently Asked Questions

Eligo Energy is a direct supplier, not a broker. So our prices never include additional broker margins.
Energy rates are near multi-year lows so it's best to do it now before they go back up.
Eligo Energy is an authorized electricity supplier, BBB A+ accredited, and currently serves 80,000+ customers.
Nope. There're two sides of electricity service: supply and delivery. Usually your electric utility does both. When you change your supplier to Eligo, your utility will continue to deliver electricity to you without interruption.
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