How does billing work?

Texas (ERCOT) markets– Texas is a unique state where energy choice has completely separated utilities from the customer-facing retail side of the business. Spark Energy will send you one consolidated bill that contains both your energy charges and your utility charges.
Dual billing markets – In some markets, large customers have the option to choose dual billing. If you’re a dual billing customer, your business will get an energy charge-only bill from Spark Energy and a utility charges bill from your local utility. The greatest advantage of dual billing is that we can offer you more choices in energy plans.
All other markets – Utility consolidated billing is the default in all markets outside of Texas (ERCOT). In a utility-consolidated billing market, the utility sends you one consolidated bill containing both your utility charges and your energy charges, even if your energy charges come from a competitive energy supplier like Spark Energy.

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