How Do I Pick the Right Electricity Plan for Me?
One of the greatest benefits of energy deregulation to the consumer is the power of choice. You can choose the energy company and the plan that’s right for you. But with so many options available, how do you know which one is best for you and your home or business?
At Spark Energy, we believe in giving our customers plenty of options, including how their energy is generated. Our residential electricity plans offer:
- Fixed-rate plans
- 100% green, renewable electricity
- 6-month, 12-month, 18-month and longer contracts
Each energy plan has its own set of pros and cons. When deciding on the plan that’s right for you, it comes down to which benefits you value the most. At Spark Energy, we offer a few different benefits.
Our budget plans can help you avoid bill shock every month. When your usage is below a certain kWh, you’ll pay the same amount for electricity each month. It’s important to note that the monthly fee varies depending on which plan you select.
Market rates can fluctuate. Plans that include Price Protection shield you from experiencing those ups and downs. Price protected plans are simply that – fixed rate plans that you’ll lock in for the duration of your term. No gimmicks! We offer price protection for a variety of term lengths too.
No Base Fee
Our No Base Fee plans are an excellent option for new customers. You can avoid paying a monthly service fee and lock in your rate for the length of your term!
100% Renewable Power
With a green energy plan, you can feel good about where your energy is coming from. If you value efforts toward greener living, then one of our 100% Renewable Power plans may be the best option for your home or business.
Already know you’re going to use a lot of energy each month? Why not get something back! Think of our plans that offer monthly credits back like a rebate program. If you use above a certain threshold, you receive service credits back to use on your next bill.
Another factor to consider along with these benefits is the price per kWh. Of course, a plan may be priced lower per kWh, but it’s important to know what the tradeoffs are. You may find a plan that’s more expensive but includes benefits you don’t get with the cheaper plan.