Discover StarTex Power in Texas
- Headquartered: Houston, TX
- Founded: 2004
- Market served: Texas
- StarTex Power is a subsidiary of Constellation, which is part of Exelon Corporation.
- Learn more about how the retailer supports organizations throughout Texas.
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For more than 10 years, StarTex Power has offered competitive electricity rates and customer care. The retailer has supplied energy to more than 170,000 residential and commercial customers in Texas’ energy choice markets. The range of StarTex Power rates on supply include fixed- and variable-rate plans, as well as alternative green energy options. The retailer also offers an online platform that allows you to check your balance, pay your bill and earn rewards.
Find the right supply plan for your needs
At SaveOnEnergy.com®, you can learn about many retail electric providers throughout Texas and browse a listing of competitive supply plans available in your area. StarTex Power and other retail providers compete to provide consumers with attractive energy rates and more convenient supply plans. Specifically, this retailer gives consumers referral bonuses of up to $575. So while you shop for supply plans, keep in mind that many retailer also offer extra incentives.
With the power to choose your provider, it is important that you carefully explore your options and read the fine print for each supply plan. For StarTex Power, there are generally two types of supply plans you can find:
- Fixed-rate – By selecting a fixed-rate supply plan, customers get a constant rate per kWh for the length of a contract period. Term lengths can range from a few months to multiple years, and a fixed rate gives consumers the peace of mind that their monthly payment will not change as long as their consumption habits remain consistent.
- Variable-rate – Customers who do not want a long-term contract can choose the month-to-month flexibility of a variable-rate supply plan. This type of plan gives consumers the ability to switch plans or providers at the end of each month, but the market price per kWh is likely to change each month.