How To Lower Your Monthly Utility Bill
CQI Associates provides the best residential energy consulting services including competitive rates’ negotiation, based on the volume of homes the co-op brings to the supplier, through a purchasing cooperative.
The local utility companies (shown in list below) continue to distribute power to co-op members’ homes, maintain the lines and read the meters. In case of an outage, they are responsible for the restoration of your services.
Nothing related to your billing except the supply pricing will change. You continue to receive one bill from the utility company.
Clients on Budget Billing and Peak Rewards can remain on those programs. In addition, there will be no changes if you are enrolled in a program created by your utility related to the distribution of power to your home, or a program managing the power (e.g. special thermostat).
Lower Your Utility Costs in 3 Easy Steps!
Do not have the bill or account number? Call your utility company!
- Ameren — 1-800-755-5000
- BGE — 410-685-0123
- ComEd — 1-800-334-7661
- DELMARVA — 1-800-375-7117
- MET-ED — 1-800-545-7741
- PECO — 1-800-494-4000
- PENELEC — 1-800-545-7741
- PEPCO — 202-833-7500
- Potomac Edison — 1-800-255-3443
- PPL — 1-888-668-4775
- UGI — 1-800-962-1212
2. Click on the Enroll Now button
Once you click “Enroll Now”, you’ll be re-directed to our supplier’s website using a special code that ensures the CQI Co-op rates will be offered. On the first page, choose your utility provider. On the next page, you’ll be asked to choose your rate, length of contract, enter your address and Energy Choice ID number, and confirm your enrollment.
If you want budget billing, be sure to select this option for the new supplier. Even if you have budget billing with the utility, you need to designate budget billing with the new supplier.
Review the application to be sure the rate and length of contract are correct.
The offer is contingent on verification of the address, Energy Choice ID number, and credit with the utility and the supplier.
You will receive an email confirmation followed by a written notification from your current utility and your new supplier within 5–10 days.
Be sure you understand the home energy audit, offered rates, and the obligations defined in the Terms and Conditions before completing the enrollment process. Enrollment commits you to the obligations of the supplier’s contract terms and conditions for at least twelve months.
No CQI Associates or Supplier staff members should be allowed to enroll you. You must complete the enrollment process on your own — no CQI Associates or Supplier staff can act on your behalf to complete the enrollment process.
Enrollments other than through the on-line system cannot be completed without a signed authorization form returned by you prior to enrollment through the customer service center of the preferred co-op supplier. Call if you need assistance 410-500-9555.