Usage and Safety 
energy supply choice resources

Electricity and Natural Gas Supply Choice
RG&E electricity and natural gas customers can choose to purchase their energy supply
from RG&E or a supplier other than RG&E (also known as an energy services company
or ESCO). With any supplier you choose, RG&E will continue to deliver your energy safely
and reliably.

Electricity  Natural Gas
  • Your electricity bill consists primarily
    of delivery, supply and transition charges.
  • RG&E delivery and transition charges are the same with any choice you make. Learn more about your choices here.
  • You can choose to receive your electricity supply from RG&E or an ESCO – review our list of suppliers.
  • Ask suppliers these questions
  • To compare offers to determine which one is right for you, view our prices.
  • View graphs showing average monthly electricity bills for residential customers who purchased their electricity supply from RG&E over the last 10 years – delivery and supply charges are broken out. 
  • Frequently asked questions.
  • Consult our glossary of terms.
  • Your natural gas bill consists primarily of delivery, supply and transition charges.
  • RG&E delivery and transition charges are the same with any choice you make. Learn more about your choices here.
  • You can choose to receive your 
    natural gas supply from RG&E or an ESCO – review our list of suppliers.
  • Ask suppliers these questions
  • To compare offers to determine which one is right for you, view our tariffs.  
  • View graphs showing average monthly natural gas bills for residential customers who purchased their natural gas supply from RG&E over the last 10 years – delivery and supply charges are broken out.
  • Consult our glossary of terms.

 

Note: RG&E offers a variable price for electricity supply or customers may purchase their electricity supply from a supplier other than RG&E (also known as an energy services company or ESCO). RG&E no longer offers a fixed electricity supply price.

Don’t have RG&E natural gas service? 
Learn more about converting to natural gas

 

 
 

more information 

The New York State Public Service Commission has published a guide (PDF) for customers interested in energy choice.

 
 

quick links to supply choice calculator tools: