I've lived in 4 countries and 7 states, my electric bill has NEVER been over $180. I am single, live alone, and work 12 hours a day for 4-5 days.
Then I work 8 hours at another job, both Friday and Saturday nights. My thermostat is smart controlled and optimizes savings during the hours I sleep. After running an energy conservation audit, there are no excessive electronics running or anything with a short causing the high bill rate. My bills are as follows: Sept $85.00 Oct $78.00 Nov $248.49 Dec $387.82 Jan $397.49 I contacted Greystone and it took them over 2 months to respond.
WHICH, they simply suggest it was probably my HVAC (AC unit) and I should schedule an energy audit with them (trying to get more money obviously). They said the meter was not broken and correctly read. I highly doubt it. During the month of January, the coldest month thus far in Georgia, I was away for 8 days training for a new job.
My AC/ heat was off, water off, and nothing was being used (except the refrigerator and microwave clock). ^^I got my bill and it was STILL higher than December. How is it possible that the entire week I was gone it shows I used MORE than the previous week I was home??!! Greystone is the ONLY service in my area and they know it.
My neighbors have the same complaints and no one has gotten a resolution. How is it possible my neighbor has 2 kids and a wife, but their bill was $7 LESS THAN MINE?!
Product or Service Mentioned: Greystone Power Residential Electricity Supply.
Reason of review: Pricing issue.
Monetary Loss: $600.
Preferred solution: Price reduction.