100% transparent pricing, because that’s how it should be.

The energy industry has peddled in deception long enough. With Rhythm, what you see is what you get. Always.

Other companies love uninformed customers.

And we’re happy to tattle on them by revealing the deceptive practices that they’re pros at.

Lure you in.

Offer deceptively low, promotional rates to get you to sign up.

Be sketchy.

Hide fees you didn’t know existed so you pay more than expected.

Increase rates.

Wait for you to renew (or forget to) so they can charge you more. Again and again. And again.

We love informing ours.

Delivery and energy charges are out of our control, but where others get you is in their skyrocketed markup and sketchy hidden fees.

Delivery Charges

The Transmission and Distribution Service Providers (TDSPs) represent the poles and wires that get you your electricity. These charges are out of our control and operated by Oncor, CenterPoint, AEP, and TNMP. The prices can differ greatly among them, and every electricity provider’s got ‘em.

Energy Charges

These are the charges for getting electricity off the grid and into your home, and the price fluctuates daily. Another one that’s out of every electricity provider’s control.


We aim to keep our markup small and consistent year to year, because that’s how we plan on building a best-in-class clean energy company. With Rhythm, if you forget to renew, you don’t have to worry, because our loyal customers get the same great rates as our new ones.

Competitors’ Hidden Fees

These are the fine print gotchas that companies love to surprise you with come bill time. At Rhythm, none of our fees are hidden. We just charge a fee if…

  • You’re late on a payment.

  • You have insufficient funds in your account.

  • You leave us after 30 days before your contract is up.

  • We charge you a disconnect transaction fee if Rhythm disconnects you for non-payment.

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