Learn About Bounce Energy
- Headquarters: Houston, Texas
- Founded: 2008
- A Direct Energy subsidiary since 2013
- Markets served: Texas
- Learn about the company's efforts in the community.
What is Bounce Energy?
Bounce Energy is an electricity supplier that started in 2008. The company is based in Houston and offers competitive supply plans to areas with energy choice in Texas. Also, Bounce Energy customers can enroll in the company's different reward programs to earn airline miles and movie tickets and refer friends with energy choice.
Get to know Bounce Energy's community involvement
The company works to give back to nonprofit organizations. It donates funds and volunteers time to almost 40 different charities, as listed on its site. Organizations include nationally recognized names, such as the Boys and Girls Club of America, the American Lung Association and Toys for Tots. Also, the company is involved in local initiatives through nonprofits such as the Pennsylvania Food Banks, Support Our Troops Texas and the American Red Cross' Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
Shop and compare Bounce Energy rates
When comparing Bounce Energy rates in Houston, Dallas or another Texas city, it's important to understand the different options. The company's fixed-rate supply plans range from three months to three years and give consumers a price-protected supply rate for the full contract length.
Also, it offers plans with a variable supply rate that can change in price depending on current energy market trends. This could benefit customers if market prices go down and decrease electricity supply rates. However, there's a chance that variable rates could increase from month to month. In addition to traditional fixed- and variable-rate plans, the company has a customizable Build a Plan option and plans that support green energy and offer special supply rates to military personnel.
Whether you're looking for a retail supplier in Houston, Corpus Christi, Dallas or beyond, we'll help you find what you're looking for at SaveOnEnergy.com®. Call now to speak with an energy specialist who can help you explore competitive supplier offers and secure a new rate today.
Report an electricity outage
In case of an emergency or power outage in Texas, you will need to contact your utility company, not your energy supplier. If you live in Dallas, for example, don't call your Dallas retailer; call Oncor. No matter which provider you choose, Oncor will continue to be your utility in Dallas. If you're not sure which utility service area you live in, check your last energy bill.
Source: www.bounceenergy.com. Updated: 11-7-16.