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About Veteran Energy
Founded in 2010, Veteran Energy is a Texas-based energy provider. The company is focused on serving its customers while supporting American military members. It partners with charitable organizations and offers a discount for military veterans and service members.
In 2020, Veteran Energy was acquired by Value Based Brands, a Fortune 500 company with a long history in the Texas energy market. Value Based Brands also owns other energy companies, such as 4Change Energy and Express Energy.
To find out if Veteran Energy serves customers in your area, enter your ZIP code above and explore a list of the plans and prices available near you.
Veteran Energy plans
Veteran 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 Veteran Energy coverage area, enter your ZIP code and see how our plans stack up against other suppliers!
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Veteran Energy for residential customers
Veteran Energy specializes in offering affordable energy plans to individual consumers. Veteran Energy offers a variety of fixed-rate energy plans for your home, including green energy plans and the option of month-to-month contracts.
Veteran Energy for business customers
Veteran Energy also provides energy plans to businesses. To learn more about commercial energy rates near you, call the number on the screen or fill out the form on this page.
Green energy options with Veteran Energy
Like many energy companies, Veteran Energy allows customers to choose a plan that best fits their needs. That includes the option of a 100 percent green energy plan with a two-year fixed-rate contract. Enter your ZIP code above to explore green energy options offered by Veteran Energy in your area.
Aside from serving their customers, Veteran Energy’s other mission is supporting military veterans and members and their families. They’ve selected five affinity partners to provide financial support. The charitable organizations the company supports are:
- Paws for Heroes
- Combined Arms
- Fisher House
- Texas VFW Foundation
- Lone Survivor Foundation
Veteran Energy’s parent company, Value Based Brands, also supports other community initiatives. 4 percent of profits from 4Change Energy — another of Value Based Brand’s initiatives — are donated to charities such as the American Cancer Society, Heroes for Children, Feeding Texas, and the American Red Cross.
Veteran Energy service areas
Veteran Energy services customers across much of Texas and within a variety of utility areas. Utility service areas where Veteran Energy provides electricity include:
Texas energy plan FAQs
What types of energy plans are available?
Veteran Energy offers a variety of electricity plans, including fixed-rate plans, month-to-month plans, and renewable energy plans. Enter your ZIP code above to find Veteran Energy plans near you.
Do you run a credit check?
In most cases, you’ll have to go through a credit check when you sign up for a new energy plan. Energy providers set credit thresholds to determine whether they require a deposit before beginning service. Choose Energy only runs a soft check, meaning it won’t hurt your credit.
Will I have to pay a deposit?
Electricity providers often require that customers pay a deposit when signing up for a new energy plan. There are no deposit plans, and customers with a good credit score may qualify to skip the deposit.
What if I am moving?
If you’re moving to another home within Veteran Energy’s service area, then you can simply transfer your service at no cost. If your new home isn’t within Veteran Energy’s service area, you’ll have to cancel your service. You can use the Choose Energy marketplace to find and compare energy providers in your new area and easily sign up for a new electric plan.
What do I do if I want to switch providers?
To switch providers and cancel your Veteran Energy plan, call the company’s customer service number Money-Friday 7 am-8 pm or Saturday 8 am-5 pm. Keep in mind that many plans require a cancellation fee if your contract has not finished.
A few things to remember
- Read your plan’s Electricity Facts Label before signing up for electricity service. You’ll find important information such as your price per kilowatt-hour, percent renewable energy, and early termination fees.
- Enjoy an easy set-up process. After you sign up, your new supplier will coordinate with your utility to handle the setup. You shouldn’t experience any power interruptions.
- Get to know your electricity bill. You’ll still receive your electricity from your local utility, and they’ll still maintain the infrastructure. You can find utility fees on your monthly bill, separate from your supplier rate.