Energy Deregulation State By State Breakdown

Deregulation: Separating the Supplier from the Deliverer.

When Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and 13 other states deregulated their energy markets, local utility companies in those states were forced to sell their power generation plants. They held on to all their transmission and distribution assets and continue to maintain this infrastructure.

The energy supply industry in these deregulated states was opened up to independent energy companies like Verde Energy USA and thus consumers in these states have the opportunity to choose who they get their power from. Now residents and businesses do not have to accept their utility company (or their price) for electricity supply.

Energy companies like Verde Energy USA provide energy to the community at competitive pricing. This often means they can provide electricity at a significantly reduced rate compared to the utility company’s rates. This in turn can save households and businesses hundreds or thousands of dollars annually depending on their electricity consumption.

Alabama No No
Alaska No No
Arizona Yes No
Arkansas Yes No
California Yes Partial Choice
Connecticut Yes No
Colorado No No
Delaware Yes Partial Choice
Florida No Yes
Georgia No Yes
Hawaii No No
Idaho No No
Illinois Yes Yes
Indiana No Yes
Iowa No Yes
Kansas No No
Kentucky No No
Louisiana No No
Maine Yes No
Maryland Yes Yes
Massachusetts Yes Yes
Michigan Yes Yes
Minnesota No No
Mississippi No No
Missouri No Partial Choice
Montana Yes Yes
Nebraska No No
Nevada Yes Yes
New Hampshire Yes No
New Jersey Yes Yes
New Mexico Yes Yes
New York Yes Yes
North Carolina No No
North Dakota No No
Ohio Yes Yes
Oklahoma Yes No
Oregon Yes No
Pennsylvania Yes Yes
Rhode Island Yes Yes
South Carolina No No
South Dakota No No
Tennessee No No
Texas Yes Partial Choice
Utah No No
Vermont No No
Virginia Yes Yes
Washington No No
Washington DC Yes Yes
West Virginia No Yes
Wisconsin No No
Wyoming No Partial Choice
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