Just Energy: Texas Explore Energy Rates in Texas
Tired of watching Texas electricity rates fluctuate? If you are not currently enrolled in a secured-price supply program, you may be missing out on some long overdue peace of mind. Just Energy in Texas offers long-term secured-rate plans that can help shield Texas electricity customers from the ups and downs of the electricity market – for up to five years! And best of all, your service will not be interrupted. You will continue to enjoy your electricity the way you always have, while Just Energy provides your energy supply and a secure rate.
Not looking for a long-term commitment? We can help with that, too. Just Energy offers a month-to-month plan as well as a pay-as-you-go plan that doesn't require a credit check or security deposit. These options are good for those looking for a short-term solution or who aren't ready to commit to a long-term contract.
Take control of your electricity rates with one easy call! Click on your city below or call to talk to one of our advisors.
Green energy products are easy to support
But that’s not all. Just Energy also gives Texas residents the chance to support renewable resources through green energy product options. Simply add the JustGreen Power option to any plan to help reduce your carbon footprint and get more renewable energy onto the electricity grid. With JustGreen, Just Energy buys renewable energy credits to offset up to 100% of your home’s or business’ electricity consumption. It’s that easy to get electricity, and support renewable energy projects all in one phone call to Just Energy.
Don’t wait another day to see how Just Energy can help you with one of its many electricity plans. Call now for current rates and plans!
Are you experiencing a power outage in Texas?
If your electricity supply has been interrupted – whether from a storm or a downed power line – you need to report the outage to your utility as soon as possible. Without reports from consumers experiencing problems, utilities aren’t always able to properly assess outages. Remember, your electricity provider can’t fix a power outage; instead, your utility is the best one to call. Find your utility’s outage contact information below:Oncor CenterPoint Energy AEP North AEP Central TNMP Sharyland