Texas energy plan FAQs
Who do I call if there’s an outage?
Even when you choose a different energy supplier, your local utility will deliver your electricity and maintain the electric infrastructure. In case of an outage, contact your utility company.
What is a variable-rate plan?
A variable-rate plan doesn’t have a locked-in rate, meaning your price per kilowatt-hour fluctuates with the energy market. These plans are month-to-month, meaning you aren’t locked into a contract. Bulb currently only offers a variable-rate energy plan.
Why does SaveOnEnergy run a credit check?
Many energy plans require an upfront deposit unless you have a good credit score. If you’d rather avoid a credit check, consider a no-deposit energy plan.
What happens if I move?
If you move, you can often take your energy plan with you, especially if you’re moving to another address within your supplier’s service area. Let your provider know about the move and they’ll handle everything else. If you’re leaving your supplier’s service area, you’ll have to choose a new energy plan. To find plans in your new city, enter your new ZIP code on the screen to see providers in your area.