The system remains a horror show of confusion, duplicity, and unnecessary complications. There's no reason why electricity companies should get the better of regulators and consumers, but they do it time and again.
If you look at descriptions of more than 300 electricity plans from 55 companies, you see a jumble of garbage language, terms, conditions, and small print—your eyes bulge. And you won't learn your exact price until the bill arrives.
Why does this matter? This duplicity leads to you paying more.
Electricity companies also confuse shoppers with tiered pricing—different rates for different usage levels—but they make sure that the lowest prices to show up early in search results.
So, to cut a long story short, Big Energy is running a massive racket, and as long as they are not regulated, they'll continue to get away with it.
But the war isn't lost for the ordinary consumer. Thankfully, clever new technology can help average consumers reduce their electric bills by up to 93% a month after the first month >>>
A Japanese-based startup company has come up with a new innovative and inexpensive gadget that helps you not only lower your electric bill, but can also increase the lifespan on expensive household appliances. Within just one month, the device would pay for itself.
What is This Device?
It's called eSaver and its tech was originally created by no other than the legendary Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist, Nikola Tesla.
Initially it was concealed from the general public because it offered average families the opportunity to save on their monthly energy costs. eSaver is a small, compact, affordable, and easy-to-use plug-in unit that stops unnecessary power from entering the electrical cables and overloading the network.
eSaver is your power company's worst nightmare. They have been trying to hide eSaver from the everyday consumer and have even banned it in retail shops.
Big Energy is threatened by this device and its potential to cut into profits.
However, thanks to the Internet, the secret is out, and everyday people are now reaping the rewards of less power consumption overall, as well as that used by household appliances.