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Potential savings can vary from account to account depending on how much gas is used in the Summer relative to the Winter and depending on whether the account has non-capacity or capacity status.

Actual Savings (Sc-14 & Sc-5)

All Savings Percentages Based on Commodity Price Only
All Rates Pro-Rated over Meter Period
All Rates in $/Dth @ Burner Tip

2015 Energy Coop NYSEG Difference % Difference
  Sc-14 Sc-5 $ Sc-14 Sc-5 Sc-14 Sc-5
Jan $3.46526 $3.13300 $4.60769 $1.14243 $1.47469 24.8% 32.0%
Feb $3.44222 $2.80844 $4.71297 $1.27075 $1.90453 27.0% 40.4%
Mar $3.47027 $2.74004 $4.65784 $1.18757 $1.91780 25.5% 41.2%
Apr $2.77000 $2.91146 $2.65957 -$0.11043 -$0.25189 -4.2% -9.5%
May $2.69687 $4.03203 $2.59390 -$0.10297 -$1.43813 -4.0% -55.4%
Jun $2.99541 $3.37576 $2.91554 -$0.07987 -$0.46022 -2.7% -15.8%
Jul $2.95334 $3.47674 $2.83388 -$0.11946 -$0.64286 -4.2% -22.7%
Aug $3.06654 $3.44081 $2.46352 -$0.60302 -$0.97729 -24.5% -39.7%
Sep $2.91827 $3.11525 $3.02349 -$0.10522 -$0.09176 3.5% -3.0%
Oct $2.84314   $3.03268 $0.18954   6.3%  
Nov $2.21200   $3.60531 $1.39331   38.6%  

View Past Savings For: Binghamton/Owego | Elmira/Combined | Lockport


Binghamton Area

• Allegany County:
Town of Genesee and Village of Ceres.

• Broome County:
City of Binghamton, Villages of Deposit, Endicott, Johnson City and Port Dickinson and the Towns of Binghamton, Chenango, Colesville, Conklin, Dickinson, Fenton, Kirkwood, Maine, Sanford, Union, Vestal and Windsor.

• Cattaraugus County:
City of Olean, Villages of Allegany and Limestone and the Towns of Allegany, Carrollton and Olean.

• Chemung County:
Towns of Catlin, Horseheads and Veteran.

• Delaware County:
Villages of Deposit, Hancock and Walton and the Towns of Deposit, Hancock, Tompkins and Walton.

• Schuyler County:
Villages of Montour Falls and Watkins Glen, Hamlet of Wayne and the Towns of Dix, Reading and Montour and a portion of Town of Tyrone.

• Steuben County:
Hamlet of Keuka, Town of Hornby and a portion of the Town of Wayne.

• Sullivan County:
Towns of Fremont, Delaware, Cochecton, Bethel and Forestburg.

• Tioga County:
Portion of Town of Owego.

• Yates County:
Village of Dundee and Town of Starkey.

Combined Area

Auburn District:
• Cayuga County:
City of Auburn, Villages of Cayuga, Port Byron, Union Springs and Weedsport, and Towns of Aurelius, Brutus, Fleming, Mentz, Owasco, Sennett, Springport, and Throop.

• Onondaga County:
Villages of Elbridge, Marcellus, and Jordan and Towns of Elbridge, Marcellus and Skaneateles.

Brewster District:
• Putnam County:
Village of Brewster and Towns of Southeast and Patterson.

Cortland District:
• Cortland County:
City of Cortland, Villages of Homer and McGraw, and Towns of Cortlandville, Homer and Preble.

Dansville District:
• Livingston County:
Villages of Dansville and Nunda, and Towns of Conesus, Groveland, North Dansville, Nunda, Portage, Sparta and West Sparta.

• Ontario County:
Village of Naples and Town of Naples.

• Steuben County:
Villages of Avoca, and Wayland, and Towns of Avoca, Cohocton, Dansville, Prattsburg and Wayland.

• Wyoming County:
Town of Genesee Falls (eastern portion).

• Yates County:
Town of Italy.

Geneva District:
• Ontario County:
Cities of Canandaigua and Geneva, Villages of Clifton Springs, Manchester, Phelps, Rushville and Shortsville, and Towns of Canandaigua, Geneva, Gorham, Hopewell, Manchester, Phelps and Seneca.

• Seneca County:
Villages of Seneca Falls and Waterloo, and Towns of Fayette, Junius, Seneca Falls, Romulus, Tyre, Varick and Waterloo.

• Wayne County:
Villages of Clyde, Lyons, Macedon, Newark and Palmyra, and Towns of Arcadia, Galen, Lyons, Macedon and Palmyra.

• Yates County:
Villages of Dresden, Penn Yan and Rushville, and Towns of Benton, Jerusalem, Middlesex, Milo, Potter, Starkey and Torrey and a portion of Town of Barrington.

Ithaca District:
• Cayuga County:
Village of Moravia, and Towns of Locke and Moravia.

• Tompkins County:
City of Ithaca, Villages of Cayuga Heights, Dryden, Freeville, Groton, Lansing and Trumansburg, and Towns of Caroline, Danby, Dryden, Enfield, Groton, Ithaca, Lansing, Newfield and Ulysses.

• Seneca County:
Town of Covert.

Mechanicville District:
• Saratoga County:
City of Mechanicville and Towns of Halfmoon and Stillwater.

• Columbia County:
Town of Canaan.

Oneonta and Norwich Districts:
• Chenango County:
City of Norwich, Village of Oxford, and Towns of New Berlin, Norwich, North Norwich, Otselic, Oxford, Plymouth, Preston and Smyrna.

• Delaware County:
Town of Davenport.

• Herkimer County:
Towns of Columbia and Warren.

• Lewis County:
Villages of Lowville, Lyons Falls and Turin, and Towns of Lowville, Lyonsdale, Martinsburgh, Turin and West Turin.

• Madison County:
Villages of DeRuyter and Morrisville, and Towns of DeRuyter, Eaton and Georgetown.

• Oneida County:
Village of Waterville and Towns of Marshall and Sangerfield.

• Otsego County:
City of Oneonta, and Towns of Butternuts, Morris, Oneonta, Otego and Richfield and Village of Richfield Springs.

• Schoharie County:
Village of Cobleskill and Towns of Carlisle, Cobleskill and Richmondville.

Plattsburgh District:
• Clinton County:
City of Plattsburgh, Village of Dannemora and Towns of Chazy, Peru, Plattsburgh and Saranac.

Elmira Area

• Chemung County:
City of Elmira, Villages of Elmira Heights, Horseheads, Millport and Wellsburg and Towns of Ashland, Big Flats, Catlin, Elmira, Erin, Horseheads, Southport and Veteran.

Lockport Area

• Niagara County:
City of Lockport, Villages of Barker and Middleport, and Towns of Cambria (eastern portion), Hartland, Lockport, Newfane, Pendleton, Royalton and Somerset.

• Orleans County:
Villages of Albion, Holley, Lyndonville and Medina and Towns of Albion, Barre, Gaines, Murray, Ridgeway, Shelby and Yates.

Owego Area

• Tioga County:
Villages of Candor, Owego and Spencer, and Towns of Candor, Nichols, Owego, Spencer and Tioga.

• Chemung County:
Village of Van Etten and Town of Van Etten.

How Your Business Can Obtain the “Lowest Possible” Energy Costs


When deregulation removed the monopoly on energy supply, energy purchasers became free to direct their utility to use an alternative supplier to transport natural gas and electricity to their meter. This new competition allowed users to search out the lowest supply rate vs. paying “retail rates” directly from the utility.

In 1997, the Energy Cooperative was founded to provide businesses across New York State with the best purchase leverage in the state. Because it is a not-for profit member-owned cooperative, all savings are passed along to the members in lower natural gas and electric costs. The Cooperative buys energy at the lowest wholesale price and passes along those savings to our members for only a flat nominal administration fee based on volume used.

Who can be a member of the Cooperative?

Any New York State business or commercial operation can apply for membership and start saving on energy costs immediately. These businesses include:

• Manufacturing/Industrial operations
• Colleges & Universities
• Hospitals
• Nursing homes
• Office buildings
• Apartment complexes
• Retail stores
• Restaurants

A Flat Nominal Fee Is All Our Members Pay

No mark-ups. No profit margin. We bill you the wholesale price we pay plus a nominal flat administrative fee based on the volume you use. There is no incentive for our members to buy energy at higher prices: Here’s a current example of the fee:

Natural Gas:
Fee of $0.11 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf)

Fee of $0.0012 per kilowatt hour (Kwh)


We understand how expensive utility costs can be to run a business. That's why our business is to get you maximum energy savings. And we have both the numbers and the clients to prove it, with a large portfolio including TOPS Markets, Tim Hortons, and more. As a not-for-profit member-owned cooperative, we buy energy direct at wholesale and pass our discounts along to your organization, resulting in consistently lower electric and natural gas prices. We do it all with no contracts and comprehensive cost savings reports available 24/7.
Give us the opportunity to analyze your energy costs and leverage our buying power for your benefit in three easy steps.

Send us your current energy bill

We’ll provide an analysis that will detail potential savings

Make the switch and sign up with no contract

Customer Service
1-800-422-1475 ext. 211


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