Electricity Supply

Electricity Supply in North America

Electricity Purchasing

Working with multiple power generators, whether fired by natural gas, coal, hydro, nuclear, or with deregulated utilities or renewable energy groups, Bmark Energy utilizes its supplier network for the best pricing/terms desired. When coupled with our market intelligence analysts, the pricing and terms provided are the best of both worlds. We leave the competition in the dust.

Supplier Costs

Bmark Energy works with many electricity generators and suppliers and we are acutely aware of major pricing differences among them. Here are three examples:

Fixed and Indexed Quotes are too High

Ask your supplier for a 12, 24, or 36-month indexed rate and/or a fixed rate quote. Often, these quotes are inflated because a a supplier believes it can lower its rates if compared with another supplier’s lower offer. Or a company is “under contract” with its supplier and has nowhere else to turn. Ask us for our best competitive quotes before you purchase and you’ll see the difference.
Supplier Provides a Guaranteed Savings from the Utility

Normally the guaranteed savings provided by suppliers is very small, say 1-2%. The actual supplier costs may well provide between 0 – 20% savings off utility pricing. Guess who keeps the majority of the savings?

Supplier Quotes Shown on Supplier Web Pages

Often these rates are over-inflated and sold to market participants as “choice.” Why? Changing website pricing on a daily basis is too time consuming, so higher profit margins and higher pricing insulates against normal market swings.

Multi-Level Marketing Proposals

MLM programs pay multiple levels which normally increases customer pricing. Often these rates are far above market pricing and the MLM participants lack much energy knowledge.
“Fix Your Rate and Avoid Higher Pricing”

Many suppliers use this wording. The truth is you will avoid any higher pricing once you fix a rate, but often much of this pricing is considerably above market pricing. So, just fixing a rate without comparing what the “best” industry pricing is, will often leave a company paying rates above utility pricing.

“You Now Have a Choice”

In many instances, companies always have a choice as to who their supplier will be. But simply having a choice also opens the door to having the choice to pay higher than utility pricing. Do what makes sense.

Other Reasons – High Priced Suppliers

While we can’t provide a list high priced suppliers or the multitude of reasons why their pricing is higher, we can provide you with the best pricing available to us.

Types of Purchase Rates & Pricing Structures

  • Fixed Rate 1-10 years
  • Pricing Triggers
  • Day Ahead Pricing
  • Variable with CAP Pricing
  • Index with Block Pricing
  • Heat Rate Index
  • Customized Hybrid Products
  • Green Renewable Products
  • Flexible Credit (AAA to BK)
  • The Best Savings Possible

We are well aware of pricing differences among suppliers.

Whether floating smaller or larger monthly volumes, or fixing shorter or longer terms, companies need to know which suppliers are poised to provide their best rate and term. Tell us where you are and what you want from your supplier.

Electricity Map

United States transmission grid

In North America there are

5500+ electric & gas utility companies
2500+ electric generators & gas producers
5000+ energy brokers, agents, marketers
Where does that leave your company?

Here are a few tips

Know the energy market drivers
Know your major energy players
Obtain your best purchase options
Know more and do better!

Through our NA energy suppliers

We’ll pull together your best offers
We’ll provide alternative solutions
Also extended terms & relaxed credit
Be on the Mark for your Energy!

Obtain your best energy pricing

Tell us where you are
Tell us what energy needs you have
Tell us what you want
Contact us today!

Obtaining the Best Energy Pricing Takes a Combination of:

Good Market Intelligence to Spot Future Market Trends & Multiple Energy Suppliers

Tell us where you are located.

  • Where are you and which utility services your company location?
  • What are your energy supply needs?
  • What are your monthly volumes?
  • Most importantly—How can we help?
  • What are your preferences for rate & term?


  • Alabama – AECO (Alabama Electric Company), Alabama Power, a part of the Southern Company, PowerSouth Energy Cooperative, Inc.,Tennessee Valley Authority, Wiregrass Electric Coop
  • Alaska – Alaska Villages Electric Cooperative,Chugach Electric Association, Copper Valley Electric Association, Golden Valley Electric Association, Kodiak Electric Association, Municipal Light & Power
  • Arizona – Arizona Public Service, Salt River Project, Tucson Electric Power, UniSource Energy Services
  • California – Alameda Municipal Power, Anaheim Public utilities, Azusa Light & Water, City of Palo Alto Utilities, California Public Utilities Commission, Bear Valley Electric, Burbank Water & Power, Colton Public Utilities, Glendale Public Service Department, Gridley Municipal Utilities, Healdsburg Municipal Electric Department, City & County of San Francisco, Imperial Irrigation District, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Mountain Utilities, Pacific Gas & Electric, PacifiCorp, Pasadena Water & Power. Riverside Public Utilities, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Silicon Valley Power, San Diego Gas & Electric, Sierra-Pacific Power, Southern California Edison, Southern California Public Power Authority, Surprise Valley Power, Vernon Light & Power, Valley Electric Association
  • Colorado – Colorado Springs Utilities, Gunnison County Electric Association, Holy Cross Energy, Intermountain Rural Electric Association [IREA], La Plata Electric Association, Sangre De Cristo Electric Association, San Isabel Electric Association, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Inc, United Power Inc., Xcel Energy
  • Connecticut – Northeast Utilities (Connecticut Light & Power), Norwich Public Utilities, United Illuminating, Wallingford Electric
  • Delaware – Delmarva Power (a subsidiary of Pepco Holdings, Inc.), City of Milford Electric Department, Delaware Electric Cooperative, NRG Energy, Westar Energy
  • District of Columbia – PEPCO
  • Florida – Florida Power & Light, Florida Municipal Power Agency, Florida Public Utility Company Palm Beach, Gainesville Regional Utilities, Gulf Power, a part of the Southern Company, JEA, Kissimmee Utility Authority, Lakeland Electric, Lake Worth Utilities, LCEC, Ocala Electric, Orlando Utilities Commission, Duke Energy, City of Tallahassee Utilities, TECO, Fort Pierce Utilities Authority (Fort Pierce, Florida)
  • Georgia – Georgia Natural Gas, Scana Energy, Georgia Power, a part of the Southern Company, Tennessee Valley Authority, Oglethorpe Power Corporation
  • Idaho – Avista Utilities, IDACORP (Idaho Power), Clearwater Power, PacifiCorp (Rocky Mountain Power), Kootenai Electric Cooperative, Northern Lights
  • Illinois – Ameren, Batavia Municipal Electric, ComEd, Springfield City Water, Light & Power
  • Indiana – American Electric Power, Duke Energy, Indianapolis Power & Light, Northern Indiana Public Service Company
  • Iowa – Interstate Power and Light Company (a part of Alliant Energy), MidAmerican Energy
  • Kansas – Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, Kansas City Power & Light
  • Kentucky – American Electric Power, Big Rivers Electric Corporation, Duke Energy, Henderson Municipal Power and Light, Kentucky Utilities, Louisville Gas & Electric, Owensboro Municipal Utilities, Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Louisiana – CLECO, Entergy, SWEPCO (a subsidiary of American Electric Power)
  • Maine – Emera (Bangor Hydro), Iberdrola USA (Central Maine Power)
  • Maryland – Allegheny Power, Baltimore Gas & Electric, Choptank Electric Cooperative, Pepco Holdings PEPCO, Delmarva Power, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative
  • Massachusetts – Chicopee Electric Light, Holyoke Gas and Electric, Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Co (MMWEC), Northeast Utilities (NSTAR, Western Mass Electric Company/WMECO), National Grid (Nantucket Electric; Massachusetts Electric), Peabody Municipal Light Plant, South Hadley Electric Light, Westfield Gas & Electric
  • Michigan – American Electric Power, Consumers Energy, DTE Energy (Detroit Edison), Xcel Energy, Holland Board of Public Works, Lansing Board of Water & Light, Upper Peninsula Power Company, We Energies, Wyandotte Municipal Services
  • Minnesota – Alliant Energy, Basin Electric Power Cooperative, East River Electric Power Co-op, Great River Energy, Hutchinson Utilities Commission, ITC Midwest, L&O Power Co-op, Minnesota Power, Marshall Municipal Utilities, Missouri River Energy Services, Minnkota Power Cooperative, Otter Tail Power Company, People’s Co-op, Tri-County Electric, Xcel Energy
  • Mississippi – Entergy MS, Mississippi Power Company, a Southern Company, South Mississippi Electric Power Association, Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Missouri – Ameren, Empire District Electric Company, Independence Power and Light, Kansas City Power & Light, New-Mac Electric, City Utilities of Springfield
  • Montana – Big Flat Electric Cooperative, Central Montana Electric Power Cooperative, Hill County Electric Cooperative, MDU, Montana Electric Cooperatives’ Association, Northwestern Energy
  • Nebraska – Nebraska Public Power District, Omaha Public Power District
  • Nevada – NV Energy (Nevada Power, Sierra Pacific Power)
  • New Hampshire – Northeast Utilities (including Public Service of NH), National Grid (including Granite State Electric), Unitil Corporation
  • New Jersey – Atlantic City Electric (A subsidiary of Pepco), FirstEnergy (Jersey Central Power and Light Company), Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), Rockland Electric, Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative, Vineland Municipal Electric Utility
  • New Mexico – Farmington Electric Utility System, Public Service Company of New Mexico
  • New York – Central Hudson Gas & Electric, Consolidated Edison, Citizens Choice Energy, Green Island Power Authority, Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), National Grid (Niagara Mohawk), New York Power Authority (NYPA), Iberdrola USA (New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG); Rochester Gas & Electric), PSEG Long Island
  • North Carolina – Dominion Resources (North Carolina Power), Duke Energy, ElectriCities, North Carolina Electric Membership Corp.
  • North Dakota – Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Central Power Electric Cooperative, MDU, Minnkota Power Cooperative, Otter Tail Power Company, Xcel Energy
  • Ohio – American Electric Power, Consolidated Electric Cooperative, Dayton Power & Light, Duke Energy, FirstEnergy (Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, Ohio Edison, Toledo Edison), South Central Power Company
  • Oklahoma – Oklahoma Gas & Electric, Public Service Company of Oklahoma (part of American Electric Power)
  • Oregon – Ashland Electric, Avista Utilities, Canby Electric, Columbia River Public Utility District, Emerald Public Utility District, IDACORP (Idaho Power), Eugene Water & Electric Board, PacifiCorp (Pacific Power), Portland General Electric, Salem Electric, Tillamook Public Utility District, Wasco Electric, West Oregon Electric Cooperative, Umatilla Electric, Company Hermiston Energy Services
  • Pennsylvania – Allegheny Power, Citizens Electric of Lewisburg, Duquesne Light, FirstEnergy (Penn Power, Met-Ed, Penelec), PECO, PPL, Pike County Light & Power Company, Rural Valley Electric Co, UGI Utilities, Inc., Wellsboro Electric Company
  • Rhode Island – National Grid (Narragansett Electric)
  • South Carolina – Berkeley Electric Cooperative, Central Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., Duke Energy, Horry Electric Cooperative, Inc, South Carolina Electric & Gas Company
  • South Dakota – Black Hills Power, East River Electric Cooperative, Montana-Dakota Utilities, MidAmerican Energy, Northwestern Energy, Otter Tail Power Company, Rushmore Electric Cooperative, Xcel Energy
  • Tennessee – Kingsport Power (Appalachian Power), Citizens Utilities Board, Electric Power Board, Jackson Energy Authority, Knoxville Utilities Board, Lenoir City Utilities Board, Memphis Light, Gas and Water, Nashville Electric Service, Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Texas – American Electric Power, CenterPoint Energy, Denton Municipal Electric, Entergy, First Texas Energy Corporation, Garland Power and Light, GDF SUEZ Energy Resources, PacifiCorp
  • Virginia – Allegheny Power, Appalachian Power Danville Utilities, Delmarva Power (subsidiary of Pepco Holdings), Dominion Virginia Power, NOVEC, Power Systems Electric, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, Virginia Tech Electric
  • Washington – Avista Utilities, Benton Public Utility District, Chelan County Public Utility District, Cowlitz County Public Utility District, Douglas County Public Utility District, Grant County Public Utility District, Klickitat Public Utility District, Mason County Public Utility District 3, PacifiCorp (Pacific Power), Puget Sound Energy, Seattle City Light, Snohomish County Public Utility District (PUD), Tacoma Power
  • West Virginia – Allegheny Energy, Appalachian Power, Wheeling Electric Power (AEP Ohio)
  • Wisconsin – Dairyland Power Co-op, We Energies, Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, Wisconsin Power and Light Company (a part of Alliant Energy), Madison Gas and Electric, Xcel Energy
  • Wyoming – Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power, High Plains Power, Lower Valley Energy, PacifiCorp (Rocky Mountain Power), High West Energy