Source: Tokyo Cheapo

In April of 2016, Japan opened up its multi-trillion yen energy market—breaking the monopoly regional electricity providers like Tepco and Kepco had enjoyed for decades. The country has gone from having just 10 power companies to well over 200, opening up options for customers to score lower bills and rely on renewable sources of energy. Changing providers isn’t difficult, but the lack of English-language support and the myriad of choices may make it feel overwhelming. Here, we try to give you cheapo readers an idea of which Tokyo energy company might save you the most cash.
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