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Accent Energy: Now Part of IGS Energy
- Headquarters: Dublin, OH
- Accent Energy was acquired by IGS Energy in 2011.
- Markets served: California, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia
- Learn more about IGS Energy go green™ plans that support sustainable energy projects.
- See how IGS Energy gives back to the community through volunteer and fundraising efforts.
If you're looking for Accent Energy in Texas, check out IGS Energy. Accent Energy was founded in 2002 and provided electricity, natural gas and green energy options to customers in New York. In 2011, Accent Energy acquired Dynowatt and added Texas to its retail markets served. Later in 2011, IGS Energy purchased Accent Energy. IGS Energy is a retail energy company serving natural gas and electric customers in several states.
Energy plans from IGS Energy
Former Accent Energy electricity and Accent Energy gas customers can now get their energy supply from IGS Energy. IGS Energy offers electric and natural gas plans as well as green energy plans for consumers who want to lessen the environmental impact of their energy consumption.
Like Accent Energy rates, IGS Energy supply plans may have fixed or variable rates and different term lengths. A fixed rate remains the same for the duration of the contract term. Variable-rate plans are subject to change as the energy market fluctuates. Seasonal changes, weather events and other factors can all drive changes in the energy market.
Customers who are interested in going green may want to choose a IGS Energy go green™ plan. These plans help support sustainable energy projects and offset part or all of the customer's energy consumption with green energy purchases.
Understanding energy choice
In deregulated markets in the U.S., energy consumers have the opportunity to select a third party supplier, such as IGS Energy, from which to purchase their energy. In New York, many residents and businesses have the option of choosing both an independent electricity and natural gas supplier, such as the former Accent Energy. In Texas, consumer choice is limited to electricity and all electricity consumers must choose a retail provider.
However, not all deregulated systems are compulsory. In New York, residents and businesses in deregulated areas are also able to continue receiving their energy supply through their local utility. Whether you choose a supplier or not, you'll still receive the same reliable energy service delivered by your utility. Going with an independent supplier simply means you'll have access to a different rate structure.
If you are in an area where deregulation makes consumer choice an option, it's always in your best interest to examine the many plans and suppliers available to you. SaveOnEnergy.com® makes it easy to compare plans available in your area. Simply enter your ZIP code in the box above or call to speak with an energy specialist.