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“Energy Promo Codes cut my bill over 25%. I shared the code with my neighbor and he saved over $1,100.”

Steve Wilson (since 2011)

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Customer Savings Facts

Previous Supplier Rate

12.84 cents per kWh

Energy Promo Codes Rate

8.10 cents per kWh
(multiple renewals since 2011)

Annual Home Usage

17,000+ kWh’s

Current Contract Length

24 months


Total Savings:

Over $3,000 since using Energy Promo Codes

“My old rate cost me money every day. I used your code to slash my rate while I drank my coffee… LoL”

Monica Wyles (since 2013)

Accountant

Oak Ridge, Texas

Customer Savings Facts

Previous Supplier Rate

10.70 cents per kWh

Energy Promo Codes Rate

8.60 cents per kWh
(multiple renewals since 2013)

Annual Home Usage

15,000+ kWh’s

Current Contract Length

36 months


Total Savings:

Over $1,500 since using Energy Promo Codes

“We’ve saved $2,000 using your codes since 2012. It really helps in retirement. A wonderful service.”

Tom Stoerzbach (since 2012)

Retired from Hewlett Packard

Houston, Texas

Customer Savings Facts

Previous Supplier Rate

10.68 cents per kWh

Energy Promo Codes Rate

8.60 cents per kWh
(multiple renewals since 2012)

Annual Home Usage

21,000+ kWh’s

Current Contract Length

36 months


Total Savings:

Over $2,000 since using Energy Promo Codes

We help you to avoid nasty billing surprises. Our trustworthy plans have no gimmick rates.

You’ve seen gimmick rates advertised under catchy names that sound like bargains… but they can create shocking billing surprises. You can see the gimmicks in each plan’s EFL.
What’s an EFL?

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Beware of these gimmicks:

Variable Rate Flex Plans

WHAT'S THE CATCH?

Some plans allow homeowners to buy non-fixed variable rates that promote “flexibility”. However, flexibility comes with risks. These plans expose customers to unstable prices, and often rates are low on the front end, but increase significantly after several months when you’re not paying attention. One real-time rate provider reported over a dozen rate spikes in one year, which drove the cost to over $1 per kWh. Yikes!

Flat Fee Plans

WHAT'S THE CATCH?

Some plans advertise a relatively low rate at 2000 kWh, but you can pay up to 40 cents per kWh if your usage is in the 500 to 1500 kWh range. The hallmark of these plans is large monthly base fees in the hundreds of dollars. Even large homes that average 2000 kWH per month frequently have usage levels that dip below 1500 kWh during cooler winter months, which could cause a billing shock during these periods.

Big Cash Rebates

WHAT'S THE CATCH?

Providers that offer cash rebates of hundreds of dollars are not emptying their bank accounts to put dough in your wallet and give you a discount rate. They hope to enroll you in an expensive 2-year plan which is significantly higher than normal plans to get their rebate back and make an enormous profit on top.

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About Lou

Louis Gossett, Jr., is an iconic actor, trusted public figure and social activist who believes the future of our planet will depend on the adoption of clean energy.

Louis grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and was a Broadway star at age seventeen. His first job out of college was his performance in “A Raisin in the Sun,” in which he appeared with Sidney Poitier. His Emmy-winning 1977 performance in the landmark miniseries “Roots” made him a star, and in 1982 he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in “An Officer and a Gentleman.” Some of Louis’ favorite roles also included performances in “Enemy Mine,” in which he played an alien, as well as “Diggstown” and “Iron Eagle”. In 2013, he was the voice of the slave Solomon Northup in the audiobook version of “12 Years a Slave”. He currently stars in HBO’s hit series, “Watchmen”.

In 2006, Louis started the foundation Eracism, a foundation dedicated to eradicating racism and violence, and creating programs to give children at risk a helping hand..

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ELECTRICITY FACT LABELS – THE FINE PRINT OF ELECTRICITY PLANS

An Electricity Fact Label (EFL) is a government-mandated sheet that allows consumers to make apples-to-apples comparisons of energy plans. You’ll find it next to all electricity plans on Texas supplier sites.

The EFL provides you with:

• The average electricity rate you can expect to pay based on your monthly usage after taking into account all the variables in the rate structure, such as the energy rate, transmission rate, and monthly base charge. • The term of the contract (for example, 12 months, 24 months, 36 months). • Penalty fees for early contract termination and other fee information.

Note that suppliers sometimes manipulate their rate structures in EFL’s so that their rates appear to be low, when in fact they may be exorbitant (see the “5-cent” plan as one of our GIMMICK WARNING examples). The rates promoted on the State of Texas website especially include gimmicks. However, the EFL is often a useful guide in determining the rate you’ll actually pay.

In the sample EFL below, you’ll see that TriEagle Energy’s EFL is very simple and straight-forward with no gimmicks. TriEagle charges only a low base fee of $4.95 plus the energy rate in the plan. Your average rate is based on whether you use 500, 1,000 or 2,000 kWh’s in a billing cycle. For example, in an average month, apartments may use an average of less than 1,000, mid-sized house 1,000 to 2,000, and larger houses 2000+ kWh’s.

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