Texas energy plan FAQs
What happens if I move?
Whether you’re moving to another town in Texas or across the country, making sure your home is set up with electricity or natural gas is a priority. Your first step is to check with your current REP to see if they serve your new hometown. If they do, your provider will work with your new utility company to set up service.
If your current REP does not provide energy options, you can easily choose a new supplier. Save On Energy has you covered with the latest rates and reviews. You will not have to pay an early termination fee if you can establish that you are moving.
Why does Save On Energy run a credit check?
Similar to buying a car or renting a home, your energy purchase comes with a credit check prior to approval. Credit checks detail a consumer’s overall credit history, and this helps companies obtain a more in-depth view of positive or negative credit decisions. In the case of energy, they decide whether you’ll pay a deposit and, if so, how large that deposit will be.
No deposit electricity plans are contract-free, pay as you go alternatives. These energy plans do not require a credit check, contract, or deposit. Keep in mind that these normally have higher energy-supply rates. Explore the no deposit plans in your area by entering your ZIP code above.
Who do I call if there’s an outage?
Due to your power to choose, you are not locked into one provider. However, your utility company cannot be changed. Utility companies are in charge of power infrastructure, lines, poles, and meters. If you experience a power outage, report it to your utility company.
What is a fixed-rate plan?
During your research of energy plans, you most likely will encounter several types of plans including fixed-rate and variable-rate plans. For customers looking to lock into set electricity-supply rates that do not fluctuate with the cost of energy, fixed-rate plans offer greater stability.