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Cirro Energy Rates and Plans

Written by Luke Daugherty/

Edited by Jamie Cesanek

Last updated 02/02/2024

Retail energy provider in Texas

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Cirro Energy electricity rates

Cirro Energy reviews

Overall SaveOnEnergy Score3.4/5
Customer Service2.9/5
Online Accessibility5/5
Plan options 2.3/5

SaveOnEnergy has 20 years of experience working with various top-tier providers in deregulated markets. Because there are dozens of providers, hundreds of plans, and constantly changing rates, our reviews are not based on first-hand experience. We encourage customers to do their own research, compare multiple plans, and consider their individual priorities when choosing which provider is the best fit for them.

(Ratings updated 02/28/2024)

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    • Google reviews score
    • Satisfaction guarantee
    • Option to cancel and/or change service options
    • Years in business
    • Online bill pay
    • Access to usage trends & alerts
    • Order options
    • Pricing info & transparency
    • Contract lengths
    • Renewable plan options
    • Serviceability

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Cirro Energy FAQs

  • Cirro Energy is an electricity provider with fixed-rate and variable-rate residential energy plans. It also offers commercial energy plans for businesses.

  • Cirro Energy may require a deposit to start your energy plan. However, the company may waive your deposit if you have an adequate credit score. To avoid paying a deposit, look into no-deposit and prepaid energy plans on the SaveOnEnergy marketplace.

  • Cirro Energy charges an early termination fee for its fixed-rate energy plans. Depending on your plan length, the cost could be between $150 and $395. Cirro Energy waives this fee if you cancel your plan because you’re moving outside the company’s service area.

  • Cirro Energy was founded in 2001, and its parent company is NRG Energy.

  • Cirro Energy offers several different energy plans, each designed to suit a different type of customer. You’ll have to consider your energy usage habits, location, and how much flexibility you want. You can use the SaveOnEnergy marketplace to compare plans and choose the best option for Cirro Energy’s Texas plans.

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