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Which company has the best natural gas prices in Bishop?

This graph shows the lowest  rates for Bishop
Rates as of 5/20/2019

Which natural gas plans in Bishop are the cheapest?

Rate Plan / Provider Term
$ 0.299 per therm SCANA Energy

Introductory Variable Rate Plan
1 month
$ 0.349 per therm Constellation

24 Month Metro Home Plan
24 months
$ 0.379 per therm Constellation

12 Month Metro Home Plan
12 months
$ 0.399 per therm XOOM Energy

SureLock 12
12 months
$ 0.419 per therm SCANA Energy

12 Month Fixed Rate Plan
12 months
$ 0.449 per therm SCANA Energy

24 Month Fixed Rate Plan
24 months
$ 0.490 per therm Gas South

12 Month Term
12 months
$ 0.499 per therm XOOM Energy

RescueLock 12
12 months
$ 0.529 per therm Infinite Energy

12 mo Fixed
12 months
$ 0.539 per therm Infinite Energy

6 mo Fixed
6 months
$ 0.549 per therm Infinite Energy

60 mo Fixed
60 months
$ 0.559 per therm Infinite Energy

24 mo Fixed
24 months
$ 0.559 per therm Infinite Energy

Nest Plan
24 months
$ 0.559 per therm Infinite Energy

36 mo Fixed
36 months
$ 0.629 per therm Infinite Energy

18 mo Fixed
18 months
$ 0.870 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 36
36 months
$ 0.880 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 24
24 months
$ 0.890 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 12
12 months
$ 0.930 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 6
6 months
$ 1.299 per therm Infinite Energy

Standard Variable
1 month

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Reviews from Bishop:

No competetion, no gimmicks! Not fare.

(2.4 / 5)

  I have an RV parked on CR 77 just east of Bishop, we use very little power but we are slammed with a rate of over .17 cents per KWA due to our low usage, the less we use, the more we are charged per KWH. We cannot subscribe to another provider and are forced to pay their high rates. Due to being conservative with our power usage, we are punished. It would seem to me, one should be rewarded for using less power, not beat up for it. Looking at the bill, there are all kinds of FEES, Distribution (Wires) charges = wires only round up, customer charge, service delivery charge, PUC assessment fee. Then we have the NEC retail charges = customer charge, electric usage fee, another PUC assessment charge. This months all-inclusive fee for 471 KWH was $80.51, over .17 per KWH. So tell me this is not a rip, no hidden fees! We pay only .09 per KWH at our permanent residence, they actually have no hidden fees. If I could change our provider at Bishop, I certainly would. We lose power any time there is a bit of wind and rain. They try to blame it on our equipment yet we never have that problem while on the road with our RV, curious. That's what happens when there is a monopoly. We used to have NEC at our permanent residence in Laredo, had them for a long time, finally broke away and went with a provider which really has no gimmicks and a consistent flat rate. The rebates were/are nice, but in no way make up for the difference.  

Robert W. Hess from Bishop/Laredo
October 28th, 2015

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