What we do?
As a natural gas and electric generation supplier, SFE Energy works hard to bring you value added programs to reduce your exposure to price volatility. Your local utility is always there to ensure your adequate supply of natural gas and electricity, but with SFE Energy we go further and provide you with long term pricing options to eliminate any potential swings in your commodity price. Your utility buys gas and power in short term blocks, whereas SFE Energy buys in long term blocks, which allows you to fix your gas cost for up to 3 years. We use our extensive experience to purchase natural gas and electricity during periods when prices are low. Our goal is to deliver the most competitive price and products possible.
Will I save money on your program?
Customers who sign up for a Fixed Price Protection Program with SFE Energy are securing their rate now, for the long term. While the market fluctuates your price for natural gas or electricity generation supply will always stay constant. Because no one knows where the markets will go, no one can predict savings, but SFE does have one guarantee: during the term of your agreement your natural gas and electricity generation price will never increase. That’s how we are putting our customers first.
Why should I do this?
– For peace of mind and long term price certainty: With our fixed price programs, you pay the same price for your commodity supply each month for the duration of your contract.
– For special offers and promotions: With our Cash-Back program if you don’t save money over the local utility rate for the same commodity during the duration of your Agreement with us, you may receive up to $50 for a 2 year program or $75 for a 3 year program. All rebate payments are made at the end of the Agreement Term¹
¹ The customer must complete their entire Initial Term of the Agreement without interruption in order to be eligible for cash-back and contact SFE in writing within 90 days after the completion of the Initial Term of the Agreement.
So the better question is, why wouldn’t you do this?