The energy industry is complex - let's simplify it.
Generators are the power plants that produce electricity using coal, nuclear, solar, wind or gas. They then sell the produced electricity to the wholesale market.
Utilities are the entities in charge of the operation and maintenance of the energy infrastructure, like wires and towers. Your local utility is responsible for transporting electricity from the generators to consumers (homeowners and businesses).
Energy suppliers are competitive energy retailers. Each supplier buys energy from the wholesale market (the generators) and then re-sells it to consumers (homeowners and businesses).
About 55% of your monthly electricity bill is paid to your local utility – the utility fees are fixed and you can’t change them.
About 40% of your monthly bill is paid to your local energy supplier – the supplier costs are variable and you have control over them.
About 5% of your monthly bill is paid to taxes and fees and you can’t avoid it.
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