Frequently Asked Questions for Business
Who is Astral Energy?admin5461For nearly a decade, we’ve been supplying innovative, custom-designed, alternative energy solutions for business clients’ natural gas, electricity and renewable energy needs. Thanks to deregulation, you get to choose your energy supplier, and we take that responsibility to heart. We are focused on providing you with excellent service, best case plans and pricing, and opportunities to support sustainability and positive energy use and habits. Learn more about us »
What’s the difference between Astral Energy and the utility company?BMGWhile utility companies distribute energy, we’re on the supply end of the energy chain, thanks to deregulation. This gives us the ability to devise custom, fixed-rate power plans so you can better manage and control your energy costs. We work with more than 30 utility companies across six states to best meet your natural gas, electricity and renewable energy needs. Find out more about deregulation »
What kind of companies does Astral work with?Web SupportWe provide energy supply and related services to businesses of all sizes and across all sectors, including
- Small & Mid-sized businesses (SMBs)
- Large businesses
- National businesses
What areas does Astral Energy serve?BMGWe’re a leading independent supplier of energy serving both residential and business customers in six states: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Maryland.
How is Astral Energy able to give my business great control over our energy expenses?admin5461Thanks to deregulation, we have the flexibility to create a customized fixed-rate plan that meets your power needs and helps simplify your budgeting process and energy management. Request a quote »
Does it cost money to switch to using Astral as my energy supplier?BMGNo. And not only does it not cost you money, our fixed-price plan will help you save money, time and resources.
Will I get two bills when I start working with Astral Energy?BMG
No - you will continue to get one consolidated bill from your local utility company.
Who do I call if my power goes out?BMG
You will still contact your local utility just as you always have.