Who knew electricity was so interesting?


So how do you make sense of the changes announced by the government?

This week the Alberta government announced that they would be capping the regulated rate option (RRO) for electricity at 6.8¢ per kilowatt hour starting in June next year to protect Albertans from price volatility as we move away from coal generated electricity. And it’s got our customers asking questions about what that means to them.

Here’s the thing – ENMAX Energy’s EasyMax® rates have been protecting consumers from volatility for more than 10 years by offering Albertans the choice of moving between the fixed and floating rates for electricity without getting locked in.

More than electricity

“What’s more, these options also come with the value added benefits of both your electricity and gas on one bill, energy efficiency tips and tools, and credit card payment that you simply can’t choose if you’re on the RRO.” Corry Poole, VP, Customer Experience explained.

We’ve been helping our customers find new energy solutions for more than a decade, so dealing with change is nothing new to us. We think it’s actually part of our DNA.

“We are still waiting to see how it will come together. Our adaptability has served our customers very well over the years. We’re already looking at new ideas that will benefit Albertans and our customers in this new market,” Poole says.


You can choose any retailer listed at www.ucahelps.alberta.ca or at 310-4822. Electricity delivery to your home or business isn’t affected by your choice of retailer.

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