Eligo Energy supplies electricity and natural gas at affordable rates that can save you money. By understanding how you use energy, we can provide a customized plan, and likely even offer you some options. You can expect reduced, predictable monthly bills — with plans up to 36 months. And with 100% green energy options, you can benefit both your wallet and the environment.
Fill out the online form in seconds. You’ll need your current utility account number, which can be found on a recent bill.
Choose from a variety of Eligo’s energy plan options, which can be customized for you. We take care of the rest, including notification of your utility company. Expect a seamless switch of your energy supply from your current provider to Eligo Energy.
Once the switch is complete, Eligo Energy is listed as the supplier on your utility bill. No service interruption, just savings in supply charges. All else remains the same.
Energy plans with completely personalized pricing and payment options are what make Eligo Energy unique from other suppliers. Eligo uses advanced analytics to examine your past energy data and offer a price that is custom to how you actually use energy.
If you are considering Eligo Energy as your supplier, then you live in a state that allows you to purchase electricity or gas outside of your utility company. This is called a deregulated market and it gives you the power of choice. Instead of accepting the price and type of energy supplied through your utility company, you can make your own rate choice among suppliers, and even select green energy.
All energy, green or limited, is generated and placed on the power grid.
Competition reduces consumer costs and allows for affordable clean energy.
Utilities deliver energy, emergency response and billing. Utilities can supply energy, but supplier choice with its potential savings is an option.
Eligo’s Chicago-based customer service team is available at (888) 744-8125 or email@example.com to quickly answer all of your questions about our supply plans, custom pricing or how the process works. If you have a power emergency or questions about your bill outside of the supply portion, contact your utility distribution company.