Consumers have been feeling the effects of deregulated electricity prices since the legislation went into effect in July 2004.  Reports by the Maryland Public Service Commission claim that prices have increased by 65% since passage of the legislation. Electricity market prices are expected to increase an additional 7% over the next twelve months based on a recent report released by the Department of Energy. 

BWCC began an electricity cooperative purchasing program in 2004 to provide long-term budget stability and savings to members. Businesses that are participating in the BWCC purchasing cooperatives have, on average, saved 12% to 18% per year.

Learn more about our Energy Purchasing Cooperative and start saving today.