Explore Verde Energy USA
- Headquarters: Norwalk, CT
- Founded: 2009
- Markets served: Texas, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania
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Verde Energy is an independent electric supplier based in Norwalk, CT, that provides consumers with renewable energy plans and competitive electricity rates. Since its founding in 2009, the company has grown from a local provider into a corporation that serves more than 300,000 residential and business customers throughout the United States.
Get to know Verde Energy TX
In 2014, Verde Energy acquired Potentia Energy, a Texas energy supplier. The former Potentia Energy branch of the company is now known as Verde Energy TX. According to the Verde Energy TX website, the company is committed to providing a 100% renewable energy offer and outstanding customer service. Consumers can benefit from free online energy saving tips and energy monitoring. If you are already a customer, you have the option to refer a friend and receive a $25 check in the mail.
Verde Energy operates across the United States
Outside of Texas, Verde Energy operates as Low Cost Power. Consumers in Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania may have Low Cost Power available in their area. If you live in a region of the country where electricity is deregulated, you have the right to decide who supplies the power for your home or business. You can either choose to stay on board with your local utility or take a look around to see what kind of supply rates are being offered by alternative suppliers. Thanks to deregulation, more and more suppliers enter the market each year offering new options for consumers.
Looking toward the future
Because green energy solutions help offset a fraction of the carbon emissions produced in the United States each year, Verde Energy offers a fixed-rate, 100% green energy plan in some areas. Green energy plans can be a good option for consumers interested in reducing their carbon footprint. In fact, customers can even be compensated for utilizing renewable options from Verde Energy in Connecticut and other states.
Who do you pay for your electricity?
It is important to understand where your money goes when you pay for electricity if you use an alternative supplier. While a large part of your bill consists of the costs for supply that you owe directly to your supplier, additional costs are due to your local utility for the maintenance and management of the poles and wires that are used to deliver electricity to your home or business.