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About Champion Energy
Champion Energy is a Houston-based energy provider that serves deregulated customers across the country, in states such as Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and New York. The company was started in 2005 and is part of the Calpine brand, the country’s top producer of electricity from natural gas and geothermal sources.
Depending on where you live, you may be able to sign up for one of Champion Energy’s fixed-rate or variable-rate energy plans. Explore Champion Energy plans in your city by entering your ZIP code above.
Champion Energy at-a-glance
- Offers a diverse selection of energy plans, including long-term and month-to-month options.
- Serves residential, commercial, and industrial energy customers.
- Some plans include additional perks such as free usage hours and thermostat rebates.
Services offered by Champion Energy
Champion Energy for residential customers
Champion Energy offers a wide range of residential electricity plans, including renewable energy options. It also provides Texas homeowners and renters access to its Smart Track tool, which provides deeper insight into their energy usage. On top of that, Champion Energy offers 24/7 customer service and customer referral bonuses.
Champion Energy for business customers
The electric company serves all types of businesses, including industrial and government organizations. Commercial customers can get customized energy solutions tailored to their business, as well as around-the-clock customer support.
Green energy options with Champion Energy
Green energy plans are available for both residential and commercial energy consumers. Champion Energy purchases renewable energy credits (REC) from local wind farms to offset their customers’ energy usage.
Other Champion Energy initiatives
- Rebates for LED bulbs and smart devices: With certain 24-36 month plans, customers will receive a credit for up to $50 worth of LED light bulbs. They’re also eligible for a $50 prepaid card if they switch to a smart thermostat within the first six months of their plan.
- Home services: In partnership with CenterPoint Energy, Champion Energy’s CoolSaver Program offers a free A/C tune-up for customers in the Houston area. Plus, customers can get a free set of air filters thanks to the company’s partnership with Second Nature.
- Champion Scholarship Award Program: Champion Energy offers several college scholarships for high school seniors in Texas. Winners can receive up to $5,000 towards their studies
Champion Energy services areas
- Oncor Electric Delivery: This service area covers many parts of Texas, including Dallas, Fort Worth, and Round Rock.
- CenterPoint Energy: This service area includes Houston, the largest city in Texas, and its surrounding towns.
- Texas-New Mexico Power: This service is scattered across the Lone Star State and includes League City and Lewisville.
- AEP Texas: This service area includes communities such as Abilene, Laredo, and McAllen.
SaveOnEnergy’s tips for easy electricity service setup
- Don’t forget to read your plan’s Electricity Facts Label before signing up. It contains important information including:
- Price per kilowatt-hour based on usage
- % renewable energy sourcing
- Early termination fees
- Enjoy hassle-free supplier setup. Once your order has been confirmed, your new supplier will set up service with your utility, or transmission and distribution service provider (TDSP) – but don’t worry, there shouldn’t be any interruption to your power during the switch.
- Understanding your electricity bill. Your local TDSP will still deliver your electricity and maintain electric infrastructure including meters and power lines. Your utility fees can be found as TDU or TDSP charges on your monthly bill. They are independent of your supplier rate.
How to move or transfer service with Champion Energy
Champion Energy makes it easy to move your energy plan to your new home. Contact your energy provider about two weeks before your move — and no later than 48 hours before — to let them know your new address. They’ll handle the setup on their end and coordinate with your new utility company.
Champion Energy electric rates in my area
Energy providers charge different electricity rates depending on where you live, primarily because of the different utility transmission charges. The rate you pay in one city could be different from what someone else pays in another city. As a result, it’s important to shop for electricity rates near you. Enter your ZIP code above to see the most accurate rates from Champion Energy and other providers in your area.
Champion Energy FAQs
What services does Champion Energy offer?
Champion Energy offers a variety of fixed-rate and variable-rate energy plans for both residential and business customers. The company also offers renewable energy options.
How can I compare plans and rates from Champion Energy?
The Save On Energy marketplace is the easiest way to compare rates and plans from Champion Energy. To get started, enter your ZIP code at the top of the page. You’ll see a list of plans and rates available near you and can easily compare different providers.
Will Champion Energy require a deposit?
Depending on your credit score, you may be required to pay a deposit when you sign up for your electricity plan. Champion Energy may waive your deposit if you meet certain requirements. You can also look into no-deposit plans and prepaid plans.
Will Champion Energy charge me a cancellation fee?
Yes, Champion Energy charges an early termination fee for customers on fixed-rate plans who end their contract early. This fee ranges from $50 to $250, depending on the length of your plan. You can find specific information on the electricity facts label (EFL) of your plan.
Contact Champion Energy
- Headquarters: Houston, Texas
- Bill pay: Log in to your Champion Energy account here or call 1-877-653-5090 (Texas) or 1-888-653-0087 (Illinois)
- Customer service: Call 1-877-653-5090 (Texas) or find your local toll-free number here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Outages: Contact your utility company