Power your home
with a Texas wind energy plan.

Make the switch to our most popular plan and know your choice is backed by the powerful wind from across Texas.

Get a great fixed rate
on our most popular plans.

Lock in a Texas Breeze Plan for 12, 24, or 36 months. And the longer your commitment, the better the rate, the greener the state.

Texas Breeze 12

One year long. One great price.

  • 12 months
  • Fixed Rate
  • 100% Texas Wind

Rates starting at

12.5¢

per kilowatt hour based on 2000 kWh usage

Texas Breeze 24

Price stability for peace of mind.

  • 24 months
  • Fixed Rate
  • 100% Texas Wind

Rates starting at

12.0¢

per kilowatt hour based on 2000 kWh usage

Texas Breeze 36

Locked-in rates, long-term security.

  • 36 months
  • Fixed Rate
  • 100% Texas Wind

Rates starting at

11.7¢

per kilowatt hour based on 2000 kWh usage

Peace of mind and a cleaner Texas.

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Questions? Learn all things
Texas wind.

Our Texas Breeze Plans are backed by 100% Texas wind. These electricity plans utilize wind farms across the Lone Star State to feed clean energy into the grid.

Wind energy (or wind power) describes the process of using wind to generate electricity. Wind turbines work on a simple principle: instead of using electricity to make wind—like a fan—wind turbines use wind to make electricity. Wind turns the propeller-like blades of a turbine around a rotor, which spins a generator, which creates electricity.

Wind is a renewable and clean energy source, with lots of perks. Using wind to produce energy means fewer effects on the environment, a reduction in the amount of electricity generation from fossil fuels, lower total air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions. Plus, wind is a big job creator in Texas. Roughly 120,000 people nationwide are employed in the industry.

The possibility of a blackout is an electricity grid capacity issue, affecting everyone—no matter the energy source. The electricity grid is comprised of many sources of power generation (coal, natural gas, nuclear, wind, solar), so if any of those resources do not deliver the forecasted power needed for everyone, then the grid supply could be less than customer demand (the power you need to keep your lights on).

This could result in potential blackouts. Most of the time, the shortfall in supply is driven by traditional power plants being offline (whether scheduled or unscheduled) during critical times. However, there are some ways to protect yourself from risk through renewable means. For example, if you were to install rooftop solar panels, and were able to store that power through batteries, you could actually use that stored power in times of blackouts (kind of like having gas powered generator backup, but this would be the cleaner way).

Switching to renewable energy has a lot of benefits.

  • When you go green, you’re helping reduce CO2 emissions and combat climate change with your choice, contributing to a cleaner planet.

  • With solar, wind, or hydro, you are also choosing an energy source that won’t run out. That means you are reducing our reliance on dirty fossil fuels.

  • There is economic benefit too. The growth in renewable-energy sources means more new jobs will be created for people to build facilities.

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