Get to Know Gexa Energy
- Headquarters: Houston
- Founded: 2002
- Subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources
- Markets served: Texas and California
- Read the company's recent press releases
- Learn about its activities in the community
Gexa Energy became a Texas electricity provider in 2002 and a commercial provider in California in 2013. As a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, the largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun in North America, the provider offers a variety of electricity plans – including 100% renewable green energy plans.
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In most parts of Texas, residents can enjoy the power to choose their electricity provider. This means consumers who live or operate a business in these areas of the state must choose their retail electric provider. In order to find the best price on Texas electricity, it may be a good idea to should shop around. While looking for the best supply rates, consumers may find that each Texas energy provider offers different energy plans and benefits. Houston, for example, is a service area where many retail electric providers offer competitive prices. It is recommended to take the time to research which benefits best suit the energy needs of your home or business.
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When comparing retail electric providers to find the lowest price on energy, it is important to avoid comparing supply rates in one geographical area to supply rates in another geographical area. Many factors go into Gexa Energy supply rates, including the service area and whether the supply is residential or commercial. For example, supply rates in Houston may be different than they are in Dallas. Because of this, it is important to focus on the local energy plans and rates of retail providers when shopping around for the lowest price on energy supply.
Know the customer support phone number
For any customer service concerns, call the Gexa Energy phone number. The company's representatives can review your bill with you or change your account information. If you are experiencing a power outage or notice a power line down in your area, please call your local transmission and distribution service provider, also known as the utility. Your utility is responsible for delivering electricity to your home or business regardless of your retail electric provider.