Oasis Energy

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About Oasis Energy

Oasis Energy says its mission is to help residential and business energy customers make smart energy decisions with excellent support and service. Oasis provides electricity and natural gas services in Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

The company’s expressed philosophy is simple: offer its customers energy services that are consistent, reliable and affordable, including no-deposit electricity options to meet all budgets and needs.

The Choose Energy marketplace can help you search for cheap electric rates in your area. Start by entering your ZIP code into the marketplace search tool. Your new provider will even contact your utility to set up service. There should be no interruption in your service.

Oasis Energy energy plans

Oasis Energy, like many suppliers, offers a variety of plans to customers in the states it serves. Many plans include an environmental disclosure that shows the source of energy included in the plan.

If you’re interested in electricity plans within the Oasis coverage area, enter your ZIP code and see how our plans stack up against other suppliers!

Oasis Energy reviews

As a smaller provider, Oasis Energy reviews do not number in the thousands like you might see with other providers. The company has been in business for 12 years. It holds a C+ rating by the Better Business Bureau. It is not accredited by the BBB. 

Oasis Energy main energy services

Oasis is a full-service electricity provider that services both residential and commercial customers.

Oasis Energy for residential customers

With Oasis Energy plans, you have the option of two different options: electric and natural gas.

When you choose electric energy, you can choose between a fixed-rate, variable-rate or renewable energy plan, also known as a green energy plan. For natural gas, Oasis Energy plans also include fixed-rate and variable-rate options. Depending on your plan, you may also have prepaid electricity

Oasis Energy for business customers

Oasis Energy also offers service to businesses in areas with energy deregulation. 

Green energy options with Oasis Energy

With Oasis Energy, you also have the option to choose a 100% renewable plan, also known as a green plan. 

Oasis Energy service areas

Oasis serves most major markets within these six states:

  • New York – Clinton, Essex, Jefferson and Sullivan 
  • Maryland – Frederick, Dorchester, Calvert and Charles
  • Pennsylvania – Crawford, Monroe, Susquehanna, Somerset and York 
  • Illinois – Livingston, Bond, Madison, Randolph, Iroquois and Grundy
  • Massachusetts – Worcester, Bristol, Franklin, Essex and Norfolk
  • New Jersey – Sussex, Ocean, Salem, Cumberland and Cape May.

 

Energy plan FAQs

What is a fixed-rate plan?

With electric or natural gas, you can often choose between a fixed-rate plan and a variable-rate plan. A fixed-rate plan can provide peace of mind knowing that your rates won’t change for an extended period of time. Typical terms run between 6-, 12- and 24-month options.

What is a variable-rate plan?

A variable-rate plan means that your rates can change because of market price changes. That could mean higher rates than you may have planned for.

What happens if I move?

Oasis Energy provides service to select markets. If you are moving to a new address within the service area, you can move your contract with you. However, if you are moving outside the service area, you will need to terminate your service and find a new service provider in your new hometown.

What do I do during an outage?

If you have an outage, contact the utility company that serves your area.

A few things to remember

Consult your plan’s documentation. Before committing to a plan, confirm the following details:

  • Price per kilowatt-hour based on usage 
  • Percentage of renewable energy sourcing   
  • Early termination fees

Enjoy professional setup. Set up becomes even easier with an easy supplier set up that won’t even interrupt your power during the switch!

 

 

Review your plan for accuracy.

Your local utility will maintain your electricity and infrastructure, including meters and power lines. These are separate from your supplier rate and are instead expressed as transmission or delivery fees on your monthly statement. You should review utility fees to ensure they are accurate.