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Arizonans: Support opening electricity markets to competition

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A group that I’m a part of, Arizonans for Electric Choice & Competition (AECC), serves as a voice for consumers and businesses in favor of opening the state’s electricity markets to competition. The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) continues to deliberate over whether to open electricity markets in the state to allow for competitive electricity suppliers. The AECC’s website sends a clear message to the members of the ACC: consumers and businesses in Arizona are ready to reap the many benefits of electric competition.

In competitive electricity markets, retail suppliers compete against each other to provide the best possible service at the lowest cost with the most innovative products in order to attract and retain customers. As a result, residential and business customers are afforded the opportunity to shop for the best electricity price and experience the best products and services the industry has to offer.

The rollout of the website is the first of a series of communications actions AECC will take toward furthering its goals of promoting electric competition in Arizona. The AECC has and will continue to educate consumers about the benefits of consumer electric choice through print and digital ads with Arizona’s major daily news outlets and some direct mail pieces, so be on the lookout for those.

How can you help? We are currently asking individuals, organizations and businesses to join the cause and become coalition members.  We invite all Arizonans to lend their voices to support electric competition and consumer choice. Join today by adding your name to the AECC’s list. There is no fee to join.

Posted: July 16, 2013

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