July 31, 2023 - Houston-based renewable energy provider, Rhythm Energy, has signed on to become the Official Energy Company of the University of Houston Athletics. This news comes on the heels of UH's inaugural season as a member of the Big 12 Conference. As the Official Energy Company, Rhythm Energy will have a presence at the Cougars' basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, and track and field home events.
July 24, 2023 - Houston-based renewable energy provider, Rhythm Energy, is proud to be the Official Energy Company of SMU Athletics. Rhythm Energy is excited to team up with a Dallas-based university that exudes excellence both on and off the field.
May 18, 2023 - Rhythm Energy, Inc., a leading green energy technology company in the residential electricity space, is pleased to announce that it has secured a working capital facility from ENGIE Energy Marketing NA, Inc., an affiliate of ENGIE North America Inc., a leader in the Net Zero energy transition. This collaboration will accelerate Rhythm's mission to provide 100% renewable energy solutions to its customers across the country.
March 28, 2023 - Houston-based renewable energy provider, Rhythm Energy, was announced the winner of the 2023 Retail Energy Provider of the Year award at the 19th semi-annual Energy Marketing Conference.
June 6, 2022 - Rhythm Energy, a Texas-based renewable energy provider, launches a new offering with award-winning home security provider SimpliSafe to offer customers top-rate security and home protection.
March 3, 2022 - Rhythm Energy, a Texas-based renewable energy provider, has partnered with EVgo to launch a new electricity plan that lets EV owners charge at home and on-the-go backed by 100% renewable energy.
July 22, 2021 - Rhythm, a Texas-based renewable energy provider, is adding to its portfolio of 100% renewable electricity plans with a new offering for Texas homeowners and renters that makes choosing solar-generated power easy and affordable. Customers who sign up for Rhythm's Texas Shine plans help support solar energy production in the Lone Star State and can help reduce the carbon footprint tied to energy production and consumption.
July 09, 2021 - Rhythm, a Texas-based renewable energy provider serving homeowners, renters, and small businesses, is adding electricity plans that give Texas customers the power to support a local energy generator: the Chapman Ranch Wind Farm in Nueces County.
June 22, 2021 - As June 20 officially kicked off summer and brutal temperatures set in, a new survey showed that 68% of Texans don't trust ERCOT and the Texas power grid to avoid failing in the summer heat.
April 19, 2021 - Texas' newest electricity provider aims to help save local bees and pollinators affected by plant loss from the winter freeze.
March 4, 2021 - Acquisition of 40,000 residential customers and 10,000 small and medium-sized commercial customers accelerates Rhythm's goal to bring more renewable energy demand online in Texas.
February 9, 2021 - Rhythm's affordable and 100% renewable plans make it easy for homeowners and renters to dump their big energy provider and get with an upstart who puts customers first.
After experiencing the hottest day on record this past Fourth of July, PJ Popovic — CEO and founder of green energy retailer Rhythm Energy — explained what extreme temperatures like these mean for Texas’ energy market and the role renewables will play in addressing increased demand response.
Although the United States has had a long trend of non-renewable consumption, the tides are turning. Many companies are working hard to break this cycle, moving towards renewable consumption.
Several energy leaders emphasized that streamlining regulations would greatly encourage the construction of more power-production sites, regardless of their type.
Although the February 2021 winter storm benefited Rhythm Energy as a company, CEO PJ Popovic says conversations about the underlying issues in the Texas grid haven't gone far enough.
Unlike most cities across the country, Houstonians have lots of choices when it comes to buying electricity – including plans for people who want to support renewable energy.
The deadly winter freeze gave many Texans a glimpse into how complicated – and in many ways, vulnerable – the state’s electricity system is. Half a year later many Houstonians are still figuring out what parts of that system actually failed.
A new Houston-based retail electricity company announced last week that its customers will be able to choose to have their bills support a specific wind farm just outside of Corpus Christi.
As Texas energy regulators and legislators battle over divisive pleas to undo billions of dollars in sky-high, allegedly inflated electricity prices charged during February's devastating winter storm, another competitive retail electric provider has called it quits.
Rhythm managed to weather the storm in large part because of its hedging, said CEO PJ Popovic. Popovic has a background in risk management, so to him, smart hedging is a must-have, he said.
Start-up Rhythm has begun offering residential electric service in Texas. Rhythm's plans include a 90-Day "Easy Energy Promise"...
Although there are more than 70 retail electricity providers in Texas, Rhythm CEO and founder Predrag “P.J.” Popovic says he’s confident that Houston-based Rhythm can stand out.