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|Plan Name||Plan Length||Rate|
|Frontier Utilities - Super Value 24||24 Months||$0.123/ kWh|
|Frontier Utilities - Saver Plus 12||12 Months||$0.129/ kWh|
|Frontier Utilities - Super Value 12||12 Months||$0.138/ kWh|
|Frontier Utilities - Max 24||24 Months||$0.205/ kWh|
|Frontier Utilities - Max 12||12 Months||$0.209/ kWh|
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What is the difference between a monthly contract and a yearly contract?
A monthly contract means that you will sign up for an energy plan for one month at a time. This plan allows you to have the flexibility to change plans each month. A yearly contract means that you will sign up for an energy plan for a full year. This plan will have a long-term commitment to your energy provider and you will be able to change it after a year.
How do energy plans help reduce energy consumption?
Energy plans help individuals and organizations to maximize their energy efficiency by providing a roadmap for identifying energy sources, reducing energy consumption and improving energy management. By creating an energy plan, people can track their energy use, identify areas of improvement, and implement strategies that help reduce their energy consumption.
Are there any hidden fees associated with switching energy providers?
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