This describes the additional
services required in the generation and delivery of natural gas and
electricity. These include the organization, generation control, contractual
agreements, system supports, and securities necessary in energy delivery.
applied to each month’s energy bill. This is the same each month regardless of
how much energy is used by a customer.
amount of energy required on the energy grid.
Thermal Unit and a unit of measure for the amount of energy necessary to raise
the temperature of one pound of water by one degree of Fahrenheit.
cubic feet and the unit of measure of natural gas.
CRES and CRNGS
Competitive Retail Electricity Supplier and Competitive Retail Natural Gas
Supplier. Retail energy suppliers buy electricity and natural gas on the
wholesale market and deliver the energy to your local utility company.
power, either delivered or required from a generation source.
of a two-part pricing method (Energy Charge is the other component) used in
capacity transactions assessed on the amount of electricity purchased over a
period of time.
monthly distribution charge that partially covers the costs for billing,
meter-reading equipment, service-line maintenance, and equipment. This charge
is the same each month regardless of how much energy is used.
Default Service Provider
provider to which a customer will be automatically switched if a retail-energy
service provider is not chosen for delivery of natural gas or electricity.
natural gas or electricity consumed over a period of time. On a customer’s
monthly energy bill, this amount of time is monthly.
governing controls over local utility systems allowed consumers to choose between
retail energy companies for natural gas and electricity.
allows for the delivery of natural gas and electricity to the homes and businesses
of retail-energy customers.
appearing on your monthly energy invoice from the local utility and covers maintenance
of the energy-distribution lines and facilities. The charge is regulated by the
Public Utility Commission and is based on the amount of energy consumed by the
energy gave customers the freedom to choose their retail energy provider of
natural gas and electricity. Through Energy Choice, consumers may select
between a variety of provides as well as different fuel type, prices,
configurations, and terms.
Electric Distribution Company (EDC)
that owns and operates the equipment and lines necessary for delivering high-voltage
electricity to the retail consumers.
amount of electricity consumed by a customer, measured in kilowatt-hours.
Ccf that does not change for a specific period of time, called a term. Terms
can last anywhere from one to 36 months and can provide stability and
peace-of-mind over possible energy-price increases.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
that regulates the price, terms, and conditions of energy sold through
kWh or Ccf that covers the costs of fuels used to generate power or distribute
producing electricity from the output of other forms of energy including
natural gas, coal, nuclear, wind, solar, hydro, and biomass – usually measured
kilowatt-hour and the unit of measurement for electricity usage over time.
electric power required to meet customer needs over a specific period of time.
Local Distribution Company (LDC)
that manages and operates the distribution of natural gas in a particular area.
Public Utilities Commission
agency governing retail utility rates and practices of distribution and
Certificate, a tradeable commodity of renewable energy that guarantees an equal
amount of energy generated from renewable sources is returned to the energy
grid in place of energy made from conventional sources.
Terms of Service
explaining an agreement between a customer and a CRES or CRNGS.
high-voltage electricity across the infrastructure of transmission lines
between power plants and the local distribution system.
service charges on a customer’s monthly energy invoice for the movement of
electricity from the generation facility across the distribution system.
gas or electricity consumed by customers during the monthly billing period –
measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh) for electricity and hundred cubic feet (Ccf) for
changes over time. Specifically, electricity and natural gas offered at the
fluctuating-commodities market price, which can change up or down from month-to
month. Variable rates are based on market factors such as supply, demand, and changes
in the weather.
How is Titan Gas and Power different from the local utility company?
Is it necessary to notify the utility?
What if you have a power outage or natural gas leak?
Is any new or special equipment needed?
Is Titan Gas and Power affiliated with the local utilities?
When will Titan Gas and Power appear as the supplier?
Will any new charges appear?
What are distribution and transmission charges?
Will anything be different?
Is there a contract to sign ?
What if I move?
How do I renew my plan?
What happens at the end of the contract?
How to reach us?
What if there’s a power outage or gas leak?
From what resources does Titan get its energy?
Is Titan Gas and Power recognized by the government?
Who is Titan Gas and Power?
With more than 70,000 retail and small-commercial customers, Titan Gas and Power is a competitive retail supplier of natural gas and electricity, licensed by the Public Utilities Commission to operate in the northeastern United States. With operations throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania, as well as plans to soon enter many additional states, our mission is to earn your trust by providing energy products featuring convenient options, easy-to-understand plans, and friendly service. Formed in 2005, we are a privately held company based on the principle that energy should be simple to get and hassle-free. We leverage our unique energy-industry experience to provide competitive natural gas and electricity pricing plans with stability for added peace-of-mind for our customers.
What is energy deregulation?
What is Energy Choice?
Energy Choice describes the emerging competitive retail-energy
market through deregulation – where consumers have the option to choose their
natural gas and electricity suppliers. This allows energy companies to compete
for your business – giving you choice, improved customer service, innovative
technologies, and better pricing.