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Brilliant Energy

Residential and business electricity supplier

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About Brilliant Energy

Houston-based Brilliant Energy is an energy provider supplying electricity to many deregulated areas of Texas. Since 2002, much of Texas has enjoyed a deregulated energy market, which gives residents the flexibility to shop for an energy supplier from a pool of companies. Providers such as Brilliant Energy offer customers competitive prices, reliable energy plans and expert customer service.

Brilliant Energy prides itself on delivering high-quality customer care and received the Award for Distinction three years in a row from the Better Business Bureau for its commitment to customers.

Supply for your business

Business owners in Texas can also shop for energy supply from alternative suppliers such as Brilliant Energy, but the sign-up process may be a bit longer. Commercial energy consumers interested in shopping for energy supply have larger supply needs providers must address before they give a quote. For your chosen provider to ensure it can supply energy for your business, suppliers may need some extra information about your energy usage and needs. Brilliant Energy uses the amount of your last energy bill to estimate your energy usage and make sure it has enough supply for your business.

Enter your ZIP code above to get an energy supply quote for your home or business!

Community involvement

Brilliant Energy is proud not only of its excellent customer service, but also its devotion to our less-fortunate furry friends. The company offers a special Brilliant PetLovers plan that donates a portion of your bill to animal shelters in the Harris County area of Texas. By enrolling in a 12-month Brilliant PetLovers plan, you can help feed a pet in a shelter for four months.

Energy provider vs. utility

In many states, the utility company bills customers for two main energy services: supply and delivery. The supply portion of the bill accounts for generation of energy from the source, while the delivery service transmits energy from the source to the home through utility-owned infrastructure.

If you live in a state with a deregulated energy market, you can shop for an energy supply plan from companies that may offer lower rates than your utility. But rest assured, switching to a new energy supplier will not compromise the delivery service you currently receive from your utility. The local energy company will continue to deliver your energy, read your meter, send your bill and restore power in the event of an emergency.

It is important to note that the utility remains in charge of repairing power lines and should be contacted in the event of an outage – regardless of your energy provider.

Updated: 9/17/2019