Texas energy plan FAQ
What is a fixed rate energy plan?
Fixed rate energy plans set the rate you pay for electricity for the duration of your contract and this rate will not change regardless of fluctuations in the energy market. These plans are best for stable energy rates.
What is a variable rate energy plan?
Variable rate energy plans fluctuate as the energy market changes. With variable rate plans, the rate you pay will vary from month to month. This allows you to benefit from market lows but could leave you paying a higher rate during periods of high demand.
Who do I call if there’s an outage?
Should you experience an outage, you’ll have to reach out to the Transmission & Distribution Service Provider, also known as your utility company or TDSP, for your area for more information and updates.
Will SaveOnEnergy run a credit check?
Credit checks are a normal part of the energy buying process. Many energy providers require a credit check before they can offer you service. If you want to avoid a credit check, a prepaid electricity plan is a good option. Enter your ZIP code above to see prepaid energy plans in your area.
What happens if I move?
If you move to a new address, you will not be charged an early termination fee. This means you can stay with your current provider or switch to a new one. You can shop for a new plan up to 90 days before your move. Most homes have smart meters installed, so you shouldn’t need a technician to visit to begin service.