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Buying Electricity and Natural Gas in Illinois

Buying Electricity and Natural Gas in Illinois

Spark Energy is a nationally-recognized retail electricity provider and natural gas supplier throughout the United States. In business since 1999, we have years of experience as an electricity and natural gas supplier. We work to consistently supply reliable energy, alternative green energy solutions, and dedicated and committed customer service to hundreds of thousands of satisfied energy customers across 16 states, including Illinois where that means:

  • Serving the state from which three U.S. presidents were elected
  • Ensuring that the country’s third-largest city has power
  • Keeping theater marquees across the state, including the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet, lit up at night
  • Promising that the lights stay on over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field
  • Allowing the students of the University of Illinois system to have warm, well-lit spaces to study

Illinois cities we serve

Arlington HeightsAuroraBartlettBolingbrookBuffalo Grove
Carol StreamChicagoCyrstal LakeDekalbDesPlaines
Downers GroveElginGlenviewHoffman EstatesJoliet
NapervilleOakLawnOrland ParkPalatineRockford
SchaumburgSkokieTinley Park

Can I choose a different natural gas company?

Some Illinois residents and businesses aren’t sure if they can select different electricity and natural gas provider. For electricity, Commonwealth Edison, the main electric company that has served much of Illinois in the past, is the electric utility – this means they own and maintain the infrastructure that brings electricity to your home. However, you are now free to select a different company, such as Spark Energy. With Natural gas in Illinois, deregulation is similar. Utilities such as Nicor, Peoples, and Peoples North Shore, provide the infrastructure, and Spark Energy provides the natural gas supply.
When you switch to Spark Energy, the utility is still responsible for delivering the electricity or natural gas to your home, and you’ll still call them in case of an emergency or outage. And you’ll still be billed by the utility– Spark Energy will just appear as a line item on the bill. That’s it. One bill from the same utility. The benefit may be in a lower rate for your energy.

Illinois Commercial Natural Gas Provider

Illinois businesses have a wide range of options for their natural gas supplier. Here’s why you should choose Spark Energy.

  • Fixed rate natural gas plans  – Spark Energy offers fixed rates on natural gas so your monthly bills are more predictable.
  • Green energy solutions — Spark Energy offers both 100% renewable power and carbon neutral natural gas products in Illinois.
  • Exceptional customer service – We have built an in-house customer service division second to none. Our goal is to quickly answer your questions and resolve any concerns you may have with your commercial natural gas service.
  • Quality, trustworthy service – With more than a decade in business, Spark Energy has survived natural disasters, economic pressures and the ups and downs of a highly competitive industry. While other energy retailers have come and gone, Spark Energy is here to stay.

Fixed rates and outstanding service from a proven company. Spark Energy is here to work for you.

Natural Gas Service for Your Company

Spark Energy offers Illinois businesses the opportunity to gain substantial savings on their natural gas. We offer custom plans based around your business needs. For a custom quote, contact us today!

Net Metering Program

Spark Energy offers a net metering program for consumers in Illinois. Net Metering allows you to use an eligible system installed at your service address to offset the energy you use. Click here to learn more about the program. 

Environmental Disclosure Label:

You can find the environmental disclosure label here. 

Illinois Variable Price History

You can find the Illinois variable price history here.

Illinois Price to Compare

You can find the Illinois price to compare here.

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