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About Think Energy

Think Energy is an electricity and natural gas provider for both residential and business customers. It serves power throughout 14 states, primarily in the Northeast, Midwest, and Texas. Backed by ENGIE, Think Energy prides itself on providing reliable power at set prices.

As part of this identity, they offer no variable electric plans to their customers. Everything sits at a fixed rate, and Think promises no hidden fees. To find a plan that fits with your budget, enter your ZIP code above to see what rates are being offered in your area.

Think Energy energy plans

Think 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 Think Energy coverage area, enter your ZIP code and see how our plans stack up against other suppliers!

Think Simple 6

6-month, fixed-rate plan with a $45 dollar cancellation fee (for reasons other than a verifiable move).

Think Simple 12

12-month, fixed-rate plan with a $150 early termination fee (if you’re canceling for a non-move).

Think Simple 24

24-month, fixed-rate plan with a $175 cancellation fee unless you’re moving.

Think 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.

Think Energy main energy services

Think Energy for residential customers

As mentioned, all Think Energy’s plans come at a fixed rate for energy supply that lasts the duration of the contract. Residential customers often choose a plan based on the term length and rate that works best for them. Shorter plans, such as the six-month option, usually have the highest rates, while longer contracts have the lower rates. The company, in most of its footprint, offers both natural gas and electricity.

Think Energy for business customers

Much like its residential service, Think Energy provides businesses with fixed-rate plans at no upfront cost. It has varying term lengths from 12 to 36 months for both natural gas and electric.

Other Think Energy initiatives

All customers get online profiles with tools to help manage their accounts. Think Energy also provides a list of utility companies by location to help in case of an outage.

Community investment

Think Energy developed a payment assistance outlet that connects customers with pledge agencies in their area. This community investment initiative helps those struggling to pay electric bills make ends meet.

Think Energy service areas

Beyond the northeastern United States, Think Energy serves some of the Texas deregulated energy market.

Texas utility companies are:

Some major deregulated Texas cities:

Texas energy plan FAQs

What happens if I move?

You don’t have to worry about paying an early cancellation fee if you are moving. In the state of Texas, energy companies are not allowed to penalize customers if they are terminating their contract because of a move. (See bottom of page 6 on the Texas Public Utilities Commission rule book.) If you are moving into an area within their service range, however, you can continue service by simply registering your new address with the company.

Who do I call if there’s an outage?

Regardless of the company you select as a provider, you call your local utility company in the event of a power outage. They manage and deliver all power, no matter who produces it.

What is a fixed-rate plan?

A fixed-rate plan means your rate never fluctuates throughout the length of the contract. In other words, no matter the wholesale price of the electricity your purchase, you will pay the same price every month outside of taxes.

Why does SaveOnEnergy run a credit check?

Providers require a credit check to determine whether you need to pay a deposit to begin service. This is a soft credit check, meaning your score will not be impacted.

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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