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SOURCE: American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers
What can the size of a house, the gas mileage of a car, the quality of produce, and even the way someone does laundry tell consumers about the energy choices that might be right for them? More than one might think.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 19, 2013
The American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers has launched a new interactive quiz on its educational website CompetitiveEnergy.org, to guide home and business owners to better understand their energy choices. The short survey helps consumers think through their preferences for a range of familiar products and services to help them see that the same options that exist in other areas of their lives also exist in the natural gas and electricity marketplace.
ACCES (intentionally pronounced like the word access) is a group of competitive retail natural gas and electricity suppliers who work to provide clear and accurate information about the benefits of competition, empowering consumers to make informed decisions that best meet their individual needs when purchasing energy.
The ACCES website explains energy competition in terms easily understood by consumers to raise awareness about what energy choice is, what the benefits of choice are, and even how to shop for a natural gas and electricity supplier. Other consumer tools on the site include information on consumer rights, how to analyze an offer from a natural gas or electricity supplier, specific information on the unique features of each state energy marketplace, and much more.
Take the quiz, and learn all about energy choice, at CompetitiveEnergy.org.
About The American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers:
The American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers (ACCES) is a group of competitive retail natural gas and electricity suppliers committed to consumer education and media outreach, in order to help consumers better understand and take advantage of the benefits of energy choice.
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