As a practical matter, there aren't any right now. Because BGE locked up part of the next 12 months' supply when rates were lower last winter, competitors are having a hard time beating its "price to compare," which is 10.713 cents. (That's an average over 12 months for generation and transmmission.) For example, Commerce Energy's price to compare these days is 12.7 cents, which would cost the typical household an extra $20 a month. Washington Gas Energy Services is offering a two- or three-year deal for 11.3 cents, which would be smart to take only if you believe electricity prices will soar even higher.