About Us

About Us

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SuperCheapPower.com helps people switch their electricity to a different supplier. We believe a competitive marketplace is good for consumers and good for the companies who are competing for those customers. Our goal is to be the most attractive, most reliable option for customers in every market where we operate by providing outstanding value, excellent service and the personal touch provided by our growing channel of independent Marketing Consultants.

Deregulation is changing the retail energy market. Competition is replacing monopolies. Consumers now have a choice of providers. Many states and countries no allow competition for both residential and commercial customers.

We want to be the provider of choice for customers who are excited about the opportunity to save money and improve their level of service. We are confident that in putting our customers first we can realize our goal of being one of the largest retail energy providers in the United States.

Before deregulation, one company provided all aspects of your electric service: generation, delivery, sales, billing and support. After deregulation, these components are separated. Electricity is now generated in competing power plants all across the market.

These plants connect to a network called “The Grid.” The Grid is managed by a commission. The commission oversees the transmission of electricity from the power plants to the population centers.

Once electricity reaches a city, its delivery across wires to your home or business is handled by a single operator. This regulated transmission and delivery provider cares for all power lines and responds to any and all outages.

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Notice: SuperCheapPower.com is NOT your energy provider. SuperCheapPower.com helps you to connect, switch, or transfer your service only. If you have questions about your service (billing, payments, disconnections, etc.) you must contact Ambit Energy directly. See your current utility bill for contact information.