If youâ€™re one of the nearly 10,000 customers of Dallas-based Breeze Energy, which ceased operations Wednesday, you have some options at your disposal. And while you should act quickly, you should also take the time to make a decision thatâ€™s right for you.
SaveOnEnergy.comÂ® can help with that.
First off, understand that you wonâ€™t lose power. You have been transitioned to other providers â€“ known as Providers of Last Resort (and often abbreviated as POLR.) Thatâ€™s the good news.
The bad news is that those providers may charge higher rates than the ones you signed up for as a Breeze customer, and you can be signed up for these rates without your knowledge â€“ at least until you see them on your electricity bills.
But hereâ€™s another piece of good news: Because Breeze was shut down by ERCOT, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, you can switch providers without paying an early termination fee. That means youâ€™re free to shop for â€“ and lock in â€“ a great new rate from the SaveOnEnergy.comÂ® online marketplace.
Simply enter your ZIP code below to view todayâ€™s plans available in your area. Confused by the choices? Just call the phone number on the plans page to speak with a SaveOnEnergy.com energy specialist. He or she can help you understand the available options and select a plan that meets your needs and your budget.
One thing to keep in mind as you consider plans is the long-term outlook for electricity in Texas. Because of some concerns over energy production this summer and next, rates are expected to soar as temperatures get warmer. That means a two- or three-year plan â€“ one that would lock in your electricity supply rate for that period â€“ might be the best option.
We know navigating energy plans can seem complicated. Let our experts keep you from making a mistake that could cost you big bucks over the life of a contract.
Breeze is gone, but thereâ€™s no reason to panic and make a rash decision. And while your Breeze experience hasnâ€™t been a great one, weâ€™ll help you pick a new provider and leave those bad feelings in the wind.