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About Infinite Energy

Infinite Energy is a natural gas and electricity provider founded in 1994. This wholesale and retail energy company serves a more limited pool of states, working only in Florida, Ohio, Georgia, and New Jersey for natural gas, and Texas for electricity.

Infinite Energy touts its in-house care teams. It specializes in home services, small business plans, commercial power, and even industrial electric plans. Enter your ZIP code above to see electricity plans offered in your neighborhood.

Infinite Energy energy plans

Infinite Energy, like many suppliers, offers a variety of plans to customers in the states it serves. Many plans include an environmental disclosure that shows the source of energy included in the plan.

If you’re interested in electricity plans within the Infinite Energy coverage area, enter your ZIP code and see how our plans stack up against other suppliers!

48-month Smart

A fixed rate electric plan that is 48 months in length, with an early termination fee of $300 (unless you move, in which case the fee is waived with proof).

48-month Saver

Another fixed rate electric plan 48 months in length. This option, however, will vary in price from the 48-month smart plan. Also includes a cancellation fee of $300.

36-month Nest Rate

A fixed rate plan that is 36 months in length. Also includes a $300 cancellation fee.

Tremendous 12

12-month fixed rate plan with a reduced cancellation fee of $150.

24-month Nest Rate

Fixed rate plan that is 24 months in length. Has a cancellation fee of $250.

Infinite Energy reviews rates providers it works with based on three overriding factors:

  • Customer service
  • Online accessibility
  • Business history

For more information on reviews, see the full list of energy providers.

Infinite Energy main energy services

Infinite Energy for residential customers

When purchasing an electric plan for your home, Infinite Energy offers services that go beyond just power. Customers have the option of choosing a protection plan for their systems and appliances that might be damaged during a power surge. They also provide various Google Nest products, such as a thermostat and security system, as an exclusive offer to all Infinite Energy customers.

Infinite Energy for business customers

Some of their very first customers were larger business and industrial clients. Infinite Energy has a long history of providing large scale power to industrial operations across the U.S. and Canada. All of their business service is natural gas.

Green energy options with Infinite Energy

Infinite Energy plans incorporate green power smartly and efficiently. Customers can choose any plan that works with their budget, and then opt to have that plan sourced from 100% renewables. This makes it easier for the customer to lower their carbon footprint by quickly streamlining the process.

Multi-family Infinite Energy initiatives

If you own or manage a multi-family property, Infinite Energy electric rates also offer tailored services that will work for your energy demands.

Community investment

Infinite Energy has various programs they pilot in the communities they serve. They have channeled funds towards general education, logged community volunteer hours, and partnered with a long list of charitable organizations, including Food for Kids and United Way.

Infinite Energy service areas

Below is a list of utility companies Infinite Energy works with:

Below is a list of cities that are included in their service area:



Fort Worth

Texas energy plan FAQs

What is a fixed rate plan? 

A fixed rate plan means that your electricity rate stays the same for the entire duration of your term. If you purchase a 24-month plan, your rates won’t fluctuate for 24 months. Government taxes and fees can change.

Why does SaveOnEnergy run a credit check?

Our providers require a credit check before beginning service. We run what is called a soft credit check so it doesn’t impact your score. Providers require this to determine whether or not you need to pay a deposit for service.

Who do I call if there’s an outage?

Regardless of which provider you choose, you should call your local utility company regarding all power delivery issues.

What happens if I move?

If you demonstrate your new address to a provider, you won’t have to worry about paying an early cancellation fee. (Find this Texas Public Utilities Commission Rules on page 6, subsection “Terms of Service Document”, section 4)

A few things to remember

  • 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.

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Updated: 9-21-2020

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