Founded in 2001, Liberty Energy serves residential electricity customers in nine states as well as in the District of Columbia. It is the largest independent retailer of electricity in the United States, and in 2012 was the largest Hispanic-owned energy company operating in the US.

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Residential Customers

Liberty Energy serves residential electricity consumers in the following states:

Rate Offers

The rate you pay for electricity, measured in kilowatt-hours, can either be fixed or variable.

Plan Rate Type Details States Where Availabile
Fixed Rate Plans
  • Home Independence Plan
  • Fixed Rate Plan
Fixed Rate
  • 12 or 24 month contract
  • Same rate for entire contract
  • Early cancellation fee
Green Plans
  • Liberty Green (IL, OH)
  • Regional or National e-Green Plan (CT)
  • Supported through the purchase of RECs
  • IL: supports 100% local wind energy
  • Early cancellation fee
Rollover Variable Rate Plan Variable Rate
  • Rates change each month based on Liberty Power calculations
  • Cancellation must be 30 days in advance with written notice
  • No cancellation fee
Power Move Variable Rate
  • ConEdison customers only
  • 7% savings guaranteed on supply charges for up to first 2 months
  • Rate variable afterward
  • No cancellation fee
Super Saver Plan Fixed Rate
  • Advertised as lowest fixed rate with Liberty Energy
  • Cancellation fee

Fixed Rate Plan Details

Fixed rate plans are a much better deal than variable rates, though the length of the contract you choose is very important. They do have associated cancellation fees, however, depending on your region and the plan you choose.

With Liberty Power, some fixed rate plans feature a cancellation fee of either $100, or twice your average monthly bill, whichever is less. Others require a cancellation fee of $10 for each month remaining in your contract. Deposits may also be requested for fixed rate plans, depending on your credit score.

Green Energy Plans: Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)

On green plans with Liberty Power, you do not actually receive renewable energy in your home. Instead, Liberty Power purchases Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) which offset 100% of your electricity consumption. RECs invest in renewable energy projects and generation in the United States. For Illinois and Connecticut customers, there is the option to support local renewable energy projects.

Reviews from Customers

Fixed rate plans have delivered savings to many customers.

However, customers report that variable rates can shoot high above their local utility's rates, and are generally not a good idea. There are also concerns regarding Liberty Power's telemarketing practices, with some consumers alleging that methods for signing up new customers are aggressive or misleading.

Read more customer reviews, including our analysis, on our Liberty Power reviews page.

Business Customers

Commercial customers are served in 12 US states, including:

  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Illinois
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • New Jersey
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Washington, D.C.

Contact Liberty Power

You can reach Liberty Power customer service at 1-866-769-3799. Find more ways to contact Liberty Power, including how to write to the company.

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