We believe renewable energy is the future and we like to reward our solar buyback customers by offering fully bundled energy plans. When you sign up for Rhythm Solar Surplus 12 Plan, you can receive bill credits for the excess solar energy generated from your solar panels.
One-for-one buyback (energy rate + TDSP charges).
Fixed-price and 100% renewable electricity for the 12-month contract term.
Monthly base charge of $9.95.
Solar Buyback credits have no cash value and must be applied against energy consumption charges.
Surplus credits rollover from month to month, with balances reduced to a maximum of $1000 in bill credits at contract expiration.
A solar buyback plan gives homeowners and business owners a way to make money on the excess power being generated from their solar panels. In other words, you can be compensated for the excess solar power generated from your solar system.
Texas customers living in a competitive electric market, with residential rooftop solar arrays less than 20 kW in capacity, are eligible for this solar buyback plan. Interested in learning more? Contact our Texas support team at 1-888-987-0460.
This 100% renewable energy plan will be a fixed-term, 12-month, fully bundled rate with a monthly base charge of $9.95. This rate includes the energy charge and the TDSP charges.
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Each month, the amount of the credit will be calculated based on the customer’s net energy use. Rhythm will look at how much electricity the customer used (electricity for which the customer pays Rhythm), and then deduct the credit for surplus generation (electricity for which Rhythm credits the customer). The net of those two becomes the customer’s bill. If the customer generated more electricity than was consumed, that credit would roll forward to the next bill. Solar Buyback credits have no cash value and must be applied against energy consumption charges. Surplus credits rollover from month to month, with balances reduced to a maximum of $1000 in bill credits at contract expiration.
Solar power, also called solar energy, is power that comes from our biggest star, the sun. It's one of our favorite green energy sources because it's clean, renewable, and oftentimes local. To learn more about the benefits of solar energy, visit our blog: What are the Advantages of Solar Energy.
No, any early termination fee associated with leaving your previous provider is not covered for customers signing up for our Solar Surplus 12 Plan. However, if you have a new solar installation at your home, your solar installer usually reimburses any early termination fees associated with changing your energy provider. So we always recommend to check with them.