Breeze Energy Resources
Breeze Energy is a retail energy provider founded in 2012 in Dallas, Texas. Unlike most electricity providers in Texas, Breeze Energy is 100% committed to Texas Wind Energy. Breeze Energy has made a pledge to provide 100% clean, 100% green, 100% Texas Wind Energy at affordable prices. Breeze believes strongly in providing citizens of Texas with natural, clean, abundant electricity at affordable rates.
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Most Recent Breeze Energy Reviews
I love the business expression service is dependent upon: (a) low cost; (b) fast speed (or turnaround); and (c) high quality - now, please pick 2 as I can only satisfy that much. Today alote of expect all three but don't get it. OK, back to Breeze. Cost - they have been either the least or top 4 lowest cost provider when I did my evaluation. High quality - their pricing model is a FIXED rate versus all of the newer rate products (free nights / weekends, variable rate by consumption (Kwh) consumption - to me, simple is quality for REPs (Retail Electric Providers). Speed - no factor as smart meters have enabled this. Never really used their customer service as the online, website handled most of my needs. Didn't have to leave a deposit - guess my credit rating was good. My current contract is coming up at the end of next month and I see they are in the top 3 for my desired contract term (usually 12 months). — John T. from Houston TX
This is my second year after being with Green Mountain Energy since they began operations in Texas a decade ago. Breeze Energy is a relatively new Texas owned company. Their rates are terrific, especially in comparison with Green Mountain! No confusing hidden fees. All their energy is produced by wind turbines. You will get a weekly email with your usage and a monthly email invoice with usage for the month compared with the last 12 months. I'm very happy with them! — Dallasuser from Dallas TX
I switched to Breeze Energy 2 months ago. My previous provider had supper low rates for the initial 12 term but wanted a really jacked-up rate to renew. Breeze offered the lowest rate plan of the 18 providers I checked for my usage profile. Strange that even though the price of natural gas is so low a 100% wind provider has the lowest power rates. I set up my credit card for autopay on my first payment. For some reason the second auto payment didn't happen. I called Breeze, the representative was very helpful, he confirmed that I was set up for autopay and credited back the late fee. I checked my account on line and the credit was there. Their weekly usage e-mail showing current and previous weeks comparison of usage is also a nice feature. Well see what happens to the rate at the end of this 12-month term but so far Im very satisfied. — David from Kingwood TX
4-5 Star Reviews: 7 (30%)
I love the business expression service is dependent upon: (a) low cost; (b) fast speed (or turnaround); and (c) high quality - now, please pick 2 as I can only satisfy that much. Today alote of expect all three but don't get it. OK, back to Breeze. Cost - they have been either the least or top 4 lowest cost provider when I did my evaluation. High quality - their pricing model is a FIXED rate versus all of the newer rate products (free nights / weekends, variable rate by consumption (Kwh) consumption - to me, simple is quality for REPs (Retail Electric Providers). Speed - no factor as smart meters have enabled this. Never really used their customer service as the online, website handled most of my needs. Didn't have to leave a deposit - guess my credit rating was good. My current contract is coming up at the end of next month and I see they are in the top 3 for my desired contract term (usually 12 months).
3-4 Star Reviews: 1 (4%)
I have now been using Breeze energy for about 18 months. Their rates on a fixed contract are very competitive and I've been fairly impressed with my low monthly bills.
However, their customer service department is lacking. I have repeatedly called their main number, only to get a bad line or the standard message: This is not a working number. It reflects poorly and unprofessional on their part. So I hope they get this fixed. Sometimes, their is a language barrier, but nothing to hard to comprehend. And I wish they didn't call back 24/7 to ask the same questions over and over about our account. Seems the reps could use a little more training on note taking.
Other than that, the company seems legit. Like any company, there is room for improvement. For now, I'll continue to be a loyal customer of Breeze.
2-3 Star Reviews: 3 (13%)
My first bill was due on May 1, 2018. I paid the bill on 5/3/18. However I was not sent a bill in the mail as I had requested during the sign up period. I was assured that I would receive a bill in the mail as well as in e-mail. I called last week after not receiving a bill in the mail as I was assured that I would, instead I received a late warning/disconnect warning notice dated 5/2/18. that I received today 5/4/18. So I called again and relayed this to a supervisor the problem should be corrected now so I was told. We'll see. Who sends a notice out one day after payment is due? Really who do this?
I would not tell anyone to do business with this company, as I see it they are busy trying to get you disconnected for the additional money in late fees or reconnection fees.
Not to worry I am already looking for a new company. I had to call twice to receive my "welcome package" that was not even sent to my email when they said it was. Hmmm!!
1-2 Star Reviews: 12 (52%)
Terrible, they sent out emails the night before they sold our contracts to other companies. My family had multiple contracts (5) with them, they were sold to several other companies at a much higher rate ( > 25% )..They supposedly left the Texas market or went bankrupt.
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Breeze Energy FAQs
Where can I order Breeze Energy electricity?
Breeze Energy does not have any electricity plans
Where can I order Breeze Energy natural gas?
Breeze Energy does not have any natural gas plans
What do customers think about Breeze Energy?
That depends on who you ask. There will always be someone who feels wronged by a company, no matter how good they actually are. The average Breeze Energy customer review is 0 / 5 stars. Keep in mind, consumers will go out of their way to complain far more often than they will to give praise.
Why is my electricity rate higher than when I signed up?
The rate you see when you sign up is the average rate at that exact amount of usage in one billing cycle. Some companies try to game the system by applying bill credits between certain usage thresholds. It works great if you are within the margins, but as soon as you leave that band you no longer get that bill credit and your rate per kWh can double. The PUC only requires that companies disclose their average rates at 500, 1000, and 2000 kWhs. Companies can get around this by giving you a $50 bill credit if you use between 1000 and 2000 kWhs per billing cycle. The only way to really know what you're getting into is to read your EFL. A 10¢ rate at all usage amounts may end up being cheaper than that 8¢ rate at 1,000 kWh!