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Paying Less For Your Gas Is Easier Than You ThinK
Natural Gas Customers Are Shopping For Lower Prices
More and more North American customers are purchasing natural gas from a natural gas supplier that is a different company than the local natural gas utility. Future Now Energy, a residential and commercial full-service energy supplier, is one of these companies helping consumers save money on gas bills throughout North America.
Here’s how it works: By paying you a rebate, Future Now Energy can purchase natural gas from the market at its low points throughout the year and return the savings to you through the variable rebate rate.
Other suppliers purchase gas at a fixed rate with a cost premium. Due to the premium, they have to charge their customer a higher average effective rate.
Historically, natural gas prices rise slowly year over year and fluctuate up and down from month to month as illustrated here.
Prices are just as likely to go down as they are to go up during the year but when other suppliers fix their cost and pay the associated premium, you don’t receive any rebate. Future Now Energy doesn’t pay the fixed cost premium so on average FN Energy pay less for natural gas and pass the savings on to you.
FN Energy Tutorial Videos Will Be Soon Available for Customers
Natural Gas Is The Cleanest Fossil Fuel
» When burned, natural gas releases up to 50% less CO2 than coal and 20-30% less than oil.
» When used in power generation, natural gas emits as much as 50% less CO2 than coal, results in negligible emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), mercury (Hg), and particulates compared with other fuels.
» On-going technology developments aimed at enabling the capture and storage of CO2 (CCS) further reduce emissions coming from natural gas-powered generators.
» The increased use of natural gas offers a significant contribution to improved local air quality and public health.
What's Natural Gas?
Found in reservoirs deep below the earth’s surface and ocean floors, as well as in landfills and other waste sources, natural gas is formed by the decaying of organic matter.
Natural gas reserves come from large quantities of plant and animal remains that have accumulated between layers of sediment on the bottoms of lakes and oceans over millions of years.
The pressure from the layers of sediment and the heat from the earth’s core convert the organic materials into natural gas.
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FNE Is Going Mobile
FN Energy mobile website design is underway and customers will have the option to navigate this website using any device anywhere they go.
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FN Energy App To Be Launched Soon
Very soon customers will be able to download the FNE app on their smartphones and tablets.