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Camrose Energy Provides 'Small Town Service'
According to its website, as a local company, Camrose Energy in Alberta strives to provide friendly service to all of its customers. It does this by offering to take the time to meet with individuals, face-to-face, so they can understand their bill. It calls this its "Free Bill Analysis." This marketer's site also states that it prides itself on not pressuring people to make a switch. It claims it would not do that to family and friends, which, as a local marketer, are who it would be selling supply to.
Available Alberta power supply areas
This marketer offers competitive Alberta power supply rates to primarily the Edmonton area. It also offers supply rates for any small business or residence that uses the provincial utility lines of FortisAlberta or ATCO. If you are a part of these service areas, you have the option of choosing this marketer.
Guaranteed rate plans
Camrose Energy power plans offer guaranteed rates, meaning a customer's supply rate is fixed for the duration of the contract. It also offers senior supply rates for the older members of the community. Senior supply rates are typically lower than residential or business supply rates, giving an option for those who are retired and living on a fixed income to have Alberta power supplied at an exclusive rate.
Camrose Energy serves its community
This marketer lets its customers give back to the community they live in. It does this by donating 10% of each bill's profits to one of five organizations of the customer's choosing.
- Battle River Watershed Alliance (BRWA): A community partnership designed to sustain and improve the Battle River Watershed. BRWA does this through an adaptive approach toward education, participation of the community and creating a plan for sustainability of the watershed.
- Habitat for Humanity Camrose: An organization that helps those who cannot get a mortgage build and purchase their very own home with a zero-interest mortgage that will go directly back into the money pool for more houses.
- Canadian Mental Health Association- Alberta East Central: A nationwide organization that helps support services for those adults who struggle with the side effects of mental illness.
- Camrose Open Door Assocation: This organization supports youth ages 11-24 who need food, shelter or counseling. The facility has eight shelter beds and four apartments to provide safe housing for 50 people.
- Drumheller & District Humane Society: An organization that helps rescue, care for and adopt animals. It also provides education for the public on responsible pet ownership.
Deregulation lets you choose
Thanks to deregulation, there are no longer Alberta energy monopolies. In Alberta, gas deregulated in the mid-1980s and electricity followed suit about a decade later. Deregulation lets you choose who supplies your energy. This means that you can choose from a variety of marketers that may offer supply rates that better fit your needs.