There are tons of energy providers to choose from, so the question always comes up. How do you know which one is right for you. Well the thing is, nobody can tlel you that but you, but we can try to help by giving you some helpful hints in what to ask yourself. Well first you need to look into reliability, do you need constant power, one hundred percent of the time. Can you afford to on ocassion lose power. Most people can, but it can get quite frustrating if it happens too often. So what you need to do is read a lot of user reviews and see just how often a company loses power. Most are about once a year, due to storms or other natural disasters, but some just have horrible infrastructure and break down quite frequently. It is best to avoid these ones and remember that no matter how good the company is it can not stop a natural disaster from killing a power line. That is the main cause of power outages so be aware that they can not stop everything. But usually they have those back up in a matter of hours. So that is not really a big deal. The main problem is when transformers blow. That causes an outage for some time because those are not just readily available and are hard to put up. So going with a fast company is a good choice in these situations. We can all learn from some of the biggest companies about speed. They have some of the quickest response times so if that is important to you, you might need to pay a little bit more to have that speed. Otherwise if you are patient you can save a few bucks by going with a lesser known company.