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Breeze Energy

Breeze Energy is a Texas-based retail electric provider that offers 100% wind energy to residential and commercial customers in Texas. Breeze Energy offers both fixed and variable rate plans.

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Our Take On Breeze Energy

Based on our analysis of this company, the customer feedback we have detected from various sources, we have given Breeze Energy: 

We have chosen to give Breeze Energy this score because: they have a rather broad range of offers, although only renewable, but they are not entirely transparent in their T&C, and there are complaints from customers". We suggest that you sign up with Breeze Energy if you are keen on 100% renewable rates from a 100% Texas company, but make sure you read the T&Cs correctly and many questions to their sales people before signing up.

Breeze Energy Service Territory

Breeze Energy provides residential electric supply in Texas:

 

Available Plans

Plan type Contract Length Features Early termination fee Our Thoughts
Residential fixed 100% renewable rate 6, 9, 12, 18, 24 months
  • 100% renewable
  • base charge
  • additionnal base charge if usage under 1000 kWh/month
Ranges from $100 to $250 These rates are standard in the Texas retail electricity market. We tend to recommend fixed rates more than other rates, since they are more predictable. There might be a deposit required if you do not fit the proper requirements, but this is the case for all offers which are not pre-pay.
Residential variable 100% renewable rate 1 month (renewed each month)
  • 100% renewable
  • The price showed on the offer is only for the 1st billing cycle (1 month): the following cycles, the price will change at the sole discretion of Breeze Energy.
  • base charge
  • additionnal base charge if usage under 1000 kWh/month
$0 This rate is interesting for people moving into their home for a short period of time (6 months or less). There is no cancellation fee. Nevertheless, the price showed will only be valid the first month. The other billing cycles, the price will evolve, and this at the sole discretion of Breeze Energy, which means that they can increase the price at will, without being required to give a market-based justification.
Residential variable "Pay-as-you-go"100% renewable rate 1 day (renewed every day)
  • 100% renewable
  • Pre-pay plan: no deposit required
  • The price showed on the offer is only for the 1st billing cycle (1 day): the following cycles, the price will change at the sole discretion of Breeze Energy
  • base charge
  • additionnal base charge if usage under 1000 kWh/month
$0 This rate is interesting for people moving into their home for a short period of time (6 months or less), and who do not want to pay a security deposit. There is no cancellation fee. Nevertheless, the price showed will only be valid the first day. The other billing cycles, the price will evolve, and this at the sole discretion of Breeze Energy, which means that they can increase the price at will, without being required to give a market-based justification.

Description of the Plan Types

Fixed rate plans

A fixed rate is a rate whose price (in ¢/kWh) does not change over the whole period of the contract. Once the contract is finished, unless you renew it or terminate it, it will automatically switch to a variable rate. For more information about what a fixed rate is: http://callmepower.com/energy-markets/fixed-rate-energy-offers

Customers report that they appreciate savings on fixed rate electricity plans from Breeze Energy. Fixed rate plans can often be a good deal if you are able to lock in a good rate at the right time of year. 

Electricity customers should opt for fixed rate contracts of longer periods of time, in order to benefit from lower prices. Electricity prices per kilowatt-hour fluctuate throughout the year, and you may actually lose money by not being able to take advantage of prices when they are low. However, because electricity prices tend to increase over time, locking in fixed rates for longer periods may prove advantageous and deliver savings. 

Variable rate plans

A variable rate is a rate whose price (in ¢/kWh) varies each month. A variable can be at the discretion of the supplier, or the supplier can give rules on the variability of their rate. For more information about what a variable rate is: http://callmepower.com/energy-markets/variable-rate-plans-for-electricit...

With/without Base Charges

With Breeze Energy, there are 2 different base charges:

  • The first basse charge is for all levels of usage
  • The second is only for bills with a usage under 1000 kWh. This is justified by the fact that even if you use little or no electricity, there is still a need for maintenance.

Green Energy Plans

Breeze Energy offers only 100% green energy plans. In Texas the state average is 10.7%.

Customer Reviews

We have rated Breeze Energy .

Breeze Energy has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, based on the small number of complaints that have been made. Breewe Energy offers a broad range of plans, albeit all renewable plans. The terms & conditions are clear when you read them, but in some cases, the sales people aree not entirely transparent on the nature of the product they are selling. It is therefore important to go through Callmepower when signing up with this provider, in order to avoid surprises, and to make sure you ask all the relevant questions when speaking with one of Breeze Energy's sales person or customer service representative. Also, on other websites than BBB, more complaints have been recorded, concerning misleading promises, and unexpectedly high bills. 

About Breeze Energy

Breeze Energy was created in 2012 and is based in Dallas, Texas.

Contact Breeze Energy

Email: customerservice@breezeenergy.com

The phone number for Breeze Energy is 1-855-391-9463.

Mailing Address:

Breeze Energy
PO Box 600998
Dallas, TX, 75360-0998

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