Open Market Map
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We work with suppliers in every open market state!
Meet our team
As a family-run businesses, we've been involved in the energy industry for three generations. Founded in 2010, Energy Connection strives to foster trustworthy relationships with our clients by finding them the lowest rates.
Agent Support and Sales
Social Media and Marketing
We take an all-encompassing approach to energy.
Save energy, save money
Energy Connection gives customers CFL light bulbs. We can also refer you to experts for any of your retrofitting needs.
Check for mistakes
We look for discrepancies in your utility bills -- and get you back the money you deserve.
Buy world changing tech
Energy connection are proud channel partners of Google nest and the Tesla Power wall. We sell both products at a discount to our customers.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a "closed energy market"?
A closed energy market is a regulated market where one company provides all the parts of your energy service (generation, transmission, distribution and retail sales). The one company controls the price and has a monopoly on a product with infinite demand.
What is an "open energy market"?
An open energy market is also a regulated market where multiple companies can procure energy and compete for your business. In every instance, opening a close energy market has driven down the price of energy supply.
What is a utility company?
The company that is responsible for transporting power to your home or business. The utility is also responsible for maintaining the power grid and doing onsite work such as installing and reading meters, and responding to power outages.
What is a utility supplier?
The company that provides the actual electricity or gas. In closed energy markets, the utility company is the only company allowed to be a supplier.
What is the difference between utility suppliers?
Utility suppliers differ in methods of procurement and also in price and terms. Because energy is a commodity, the physical energy that you will be receiving is the same no matter the utility supplier.
My utility supplier has always been a reliable company. Why should I switch now?
Although we do not always advocate our customers to switch utility suppliers, in an open energy market, Energy Connection insists it is always smart to explore your options. It could lead savings, price security, and/or cleaner energy.
Can I switch my supplier if I am already under contract?
Yes! We can lock in a rate up to three years in advance.
Will my service change?
Absolutely not. We only change where the energy source is coming from. Even in open energy markets, the utility company is still in charge of storing and managing the service of energy to your home or business.
How do I get started?
Go to the "Ready to save?" page and fill out the form with your name and email. An agent will contact you to request any additional information needed to provide you with your custom quote.
How does Energy Connection make money?
We make all of our money through the suppliers, with no preference to any supplier in particular. Our service is at no cost to the customer.
Where is Energy Connection located?
While we serve clients nation-wide, our office is located at 3501 Woodhead Dr, Northbrook, Illinois.
How do I contact Energy Connection?
Call us anytime at (847) 509-229 or email email@example.com