Renewable energy, such as solar and wind power, is energy that is sustainable. Gexa Energy provides low-cost electricity plans powered by 100% green energy. Choosing renewable energy plans in Texas just got a whole lot easier.
All Gexa home electricity plans are now powered by 100% green energy. We offer a variety of plan types to help meet your home’s energy needs. And all are backed by our 60-Day Happiness Guarantee.1
Gexa is committed to renewable energy plans in Texas. We’re proud to be a part of NextEra Energy Resources, the largest generator of wind and solar energy in the world.
Wind energy is one of the most sustainable energy resources in the United States. As wind turbines have become more advanced and efficient, wind power has become a more widely available energy option.
Solar energy is renewable energy produced from the light and heat radiated by the sun. Solar takes advantage of the one of Earth’s greatest sustainable natural resources.
Smart home devices—including smart thermostats, lighting, outlets, and shades—can help you save by programming your energy usage and managing it remotely.
What is renewable energy? Learn about different types of renewable energy sources and other facts from our glossary and FAQ section.
1 Happiness Guarantee – If you’re not happy with your new Gexa Energy residential plan, just call us within 60 days of your service activation date, change to another available Gexa Energy plan, and we’ll waive the early cancellation fee on your first plan; applies one time only for new Gexa Energy residential customers. Your contract term will restart with your second plan. Offer subject to change or withdrawal prior to customer acceptance.
Gexa Energy purchases renewable energy credits (RECs) from renewable generation resources throughout North America to match 100% of the energy sold under your electric plan. The RECs Gexa purchases represent the renewable attributes of power generated from a variety of renewable energy sources, including, but not limited to, the sun, wind, geothermal, hydroelectric, wave or tidal energy, and biomass or biomass-based waste products, including landfill gas.