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About Just Energy
Since 1997, Just Energy has had a mission to provide energy-efficient solutions and renewable energy options to its customers. With more than a million commercial and residential customers across the country, Texas residents can rest assured knowing they have access to the energy solutions they need.
Just Energy Group Inc. is the parent company of Amigo Energy, Edge Power Inc., Filter Group, Hudson Energy, Interactive Energy Group, Just Energy Advanced Solutions, Tara Energy, and TerraPass. Just Energy Texas offers a wide variety of plan options.
Find an energy plan with Choose Texas Power
Finding an energy plan through Choose Texas Power is as simple as entering your ZIP code and seeing what is available in your area. Because there are so many different electric providers available to Texas residents, it can be overwhelming to determine which one is best. The search results you get from CTXP outline providers like Just Energy Houston in a given area.
The best part is that there’s no fee to use the CTXP service. The electric supplier choices that return after entering your ZIP code are all-inclusive. Taxes and other government fees can change, even in fixed-rate plans. This helps you pick the best plan for you and provides a reliable idea of what to expect after setting up your Just Energy account.
The process is simple:
- When you enter your ZIP code above, get a list of plans for your area.
- These results help you compare plan options and rates. Several sorting options are available.
- Sign up for the energy plan that best meets your needs, and your new energy company sets up your service.
For more info on plans and rates near you, call us to speak to an energy professional, or click here.
Contact Just Energy
If you are already a Just Energy customer and have questions about your plan, reach the company’s customer service by clicking here to fill out its contact form. If you experience a power outage, contact the utility company serving your area. It is responsible for delivering electricity to your home and maintaining lines and other equipment.