Compare rates and retailer products based on either your actual consumption or estimated consumption. Depending on what you choose, the end result is delivered costs. See your results in as little as 60 seconds.
Are you looking for information about your Home, Small Business, or Farm? Please choose below.
We'll give you estimated costs for your options based on your own usage. If you don't have a recent bill, we'll provide estimated costs based on the Alberta average, which is calculated using statistics from the Market Surveillance Administrator.
Average electricity bill estimates for farms assume consumption in each of the farm, grain drying, and irrigation rate classes.
Average natural gas bill estimates for farms assume seasonal consumption for irrigation purposes only.
Your Site ID is like an address for your meter. It helps us find options available in your area. Look for a 13-digit number typically found on the second or third page of your bill. See an example.
Your site ID can be found on your bill.
Your Site ID is like an address for your meter. It helps us find options available for your area. Look for a 13-digit number typically found on the second or third page of your bill. See an example.
City / Town
Enter your city/town to find a list of options available in your area.
Energy options differ depending on your location. Try starting over and entering in your location using your site ID, city/town, or postal code to see your area's results.
Note: You may be in a territory served by a Rural Electrification Association (REA) or a Natural Gas Co-Op. Please contact a Mediation Officer for assistance.
Usage is the amount of energy you consume. It varies from property to property and can depend on your house size, number of occupants, type of heating, use of things like hot tubs and air conditioners, types of appliances and more. To get the most accurate rate comparison, enter your own usage from a recent bill. Look for it on the second or third page of your bill. Electricity is shown as kWh (kilowatt-hours) and natural gas is shown as GJ (gigajoules). See an example.
Your usage can be found on your bill.