Dynowatt: An IGS Energy Company
- Headquarters: Dublin, OH
- Dynowatt was acquired by Accent Energy in 2011. Accent Energy was then acquired by IGS Energy in the same year.
- Markets served: California, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.
- IGS Energy offers go green™ plans that support sustainable energy projects. Learn more here.
- The company gives back to the community through volunteer and fundraising efforts. Learn more here.
IGS Energy, formerly Dynowatt, in TexasAcross Texas, most residents and businesses have the option of choosing a retail electric provider (REP). Back in 2002, the Texas Senate passed a law separating the electricity industry into three parts: generation, supply and distribution. The move was designed to increase competition and allow for lower pricing.
As part of that law, everyone who resides or does business in a deregulated area must choose a REP. When shopping for a new electricity plan, it's important to compare offers from multiple providers. While your utility will continue delivering your supply to your home, you could wind up paying less for your supply as long as you take the time to do your homework.
IGS Energy offers electricity plans for residential and commercial customers in Texas. Compare the company's rates in Texas with rates offered by other providers at SaveOnEnergy.com®.
Go green with a renewable energy planWhether you're shopping for a new electric rate in Texas or another deregulated state, you can always be on the lookout for green energy options. The former Dynowatt and many other energy retailers offer sustainable energy plans that support renewable energy projects. From wind energy projects in Texas or Pennsylvania to net metering plans for solar panel installations, you can green your energy plan in a variety of ways.
If you want to go green but aren't quite ready to invest in your own solar or wind power installation, SaveOnEnergy.com can help you find a green energy plan at a great rate. Enter your ZIP code to see what sustainable energy plans are available in your area or call to speak with an energy specialist.