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Type Company & Plan Term
Fixed Rate GoodGreen 24 24
Fixed Rate GoodGreen 12 12
Fixed Rate GoodGreen 36 36
Fixed Rate GoodEnergy 48 48
Fixed Rate GoodEnergy 24 24
Fixed Rate GoodEnergy 12 12
Fixed Rate GoodEnergy 36 36

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) About GoodCharlie Energy

Texas electricity deregulation, and Retail Electricity Providers can be complicated.

To answer your frequently asked questions about GoodCharlie Energy read on.

What is the cheapest electricity plan that GoodCharlie Energy has?

The cheapest GoodCharlie Energy plan is GoodEnergy 12 with a rate starting at 13.0¢ per kWh. Customers of GoodCharlie Energy can expect their average bill to fall around $125 per month on this plan. This plan's early termination fee is $20 per month remaining. This is a 12 month plan.

More details on this plan can be found on the GoodEnergy 12 plan page.

GoodCharlie Energy has 6 more plans with rates starting at 13.0¢ per kWh@1000/kWh and estimated monthly bills starting at $125.

Where can I order GoodCharlie Energy electricity?

You can find 7 plans starting at 12.1¢/kWh on our GoodCharlie Energy plans and products page.

What do customers think about GoodCharlie Energy?

The average customer review in Texas is 1.9. The average GoodCharlie Energy customer review is 0 / 5 stars. For a different take you can go on over to our company ratings page for GoodCharlie Energy

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!

What are the cheapest natural gas plans that GoodCharlie Energy has?

This retailer does not offer any natural gas plans in your area at this time.

Does GoodCharlie Energy have no-deposit plans?

Unfortunately, GoodCharlie Energy does not offer any non-deposit plans at this time. Popular non-deposit plans from other reps are:

Featured Plans for GoodCharlie Energy

These are a few plans that we think you'll like. We also have a more detailed listing of all TX plans for GoodCharlie Energy, or you can use our GoodCharlie Energy Rate Comparison Page to find a great deal

GoodEnergy 12
  • 13.0¢/kWh
    aat 1,000kWh
  • 12 month Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
  • $125/mo.
    est. avg. bill
    Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 1,000 kWh per month
  • 12 month
  • Fixed Rate
  • Non-Renewable
GoodEnergy 24
  • 13.1¢/kWh
    aat 1,000kWh
  • 24 month Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
  • $126/mo.
    est. avg. bill
    Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 1,000 kWh per month
  • 24 month
  • Fixed Rate
  • Non-Renewable
GoodEnergy 36
  • 13.0¢/kWh
    aat 1,000kWh
  • 36 month Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
  • $125/mo.
    est. avg. bill
    Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 1,000 kWh per month
  • 36 month
  • Fixed Rate
  • Non-Renewable

How do I get the Cheapest GoodCharlie Energy Rate?

We've created a step by step guide to help you get the cheapest electricity rate. Or you can use our Bill Calculator tool.

Listed here are the cheapest rates offered by GoodCharlie Energy in your area. If you would like, you may compare all GoodCharlie Energy rates, or view all GoodCharlie Energy plans and products to choose the best electricity plan for your home.

GoodCharlie Energy Rates for Houston

Company & Plan Term Rate
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 12 12 month 13.0¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 36 36 month 13.0¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 24 24 month 13.1¢

Houston - Centerpoint Electricity prices as of 03-25-2023. Compare Houston Electricity Rates.

GoodCharlie Energy Rates for Dallas

Company & Plan Term Rate
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 12 12 month 12.1¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 24 24 month 12.1¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 36 36 month 12.3¢

Dallas - Oncor Electricity prices as of 03-25-2023. Compare Dallas Electricity Rates.

GoodCharlie Energy Rates for Abilene

Company & Plan Term Rate
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 12 12 month 12.6¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 24 24 month 12.7¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 36 36 month 12.7¢

Abilene - AEP North Electricity prices as of 03-25-2023. Compare Abilene Electricity Rates.

GoodCharlie Energy Rates for Corpus Christi

Company & Plan Term Rate
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 12 12 month 12.8¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 24 24 month 12.9¢
GoodCharlie Energy - GoodEnergy 36 36 month 13.0¢

Corpus Christi - AEP Central Electricity prices as of 03-25-2023. Compare Corpus Christi Electricity Rates.

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Texas Electricity Ratings Overall Score for GoodCharlie Energy

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News Articles About GoodCharlie Energy

Texas Senate Tells PUCT to Hold on PCM

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Will PUCT Hold on PCM Plans?

The new PCM plan must clear the Texas statehouse before anything changes. Follow the PUC's market redesign through the state senate.
Texas lawmakers told the Texas PUC they want to examine the commission's Performance Credit Mechanism or PCM plan more closely before it can go into effect.

In a letter signed by nine members of the Texas Senate, lawmakers told the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) to hold their horses. The agency’s recently announced plans to revamp the Texas power market go beyond what Senate Bill 3 says. The letter tells PUCT to wait for lawmakers to weigh in before carrying out their Performance Credit Mechanism or "PCM" plan. 

The nine signers make up the Senate Committee on Business and Commerce. After a letter like that, you can bet your mortgage payment PUCT will await further instructions. These senators feel PUCT misses the point of SB 3. And lawmakers don’t take kindly to state agencies failing to meet the intent of high profile new laws. The next legislative session begins January 10. During the 180-day session, lawmakers will consider the power grid and a myriad of other issues. Expect some uncomfortable committee hearings with pointed questions for PUCT leaders.

Hold on PCM, But Then What? 

A few lawmakers say the state needs more “dispatchable generation" and PUCT plans don’t make a clear path for reaching that goal. In other words, Texas needs power plants it can turn on and off as demand varies. These plants sell power to retail providers who in turn sell to homes and businesses. In a nutshell, that's how your lights come on and stay on.

Last month, PUCT floated sweeping proposals including Forward Reliability Market (FRM) with its PCM plan. Under FMR, the state would dole out monetary rewards to power generators based on their performance during peak demand. The wording of the senators’ letter appears to favor a more traditional regulatory model with standards and penalties for non-compliance. 

Senators worry market redesign plans will confuse industry players. In this mindset, companies will delay building new power plants. And Texas needs more power to keep up with growing demand. Falling only behind property tax relief, shoring up the state’s energy supply is Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s second most important priority for this session. ERCOT has said making the market redesign happen could take a few years, so firms may take a wait-and-see approach to investing. 

Texas Electric Service

No matter what lawmakers and PUCT do, you need a power plan for your home. The best place to shop for electric service is http://www.texaselectricityratings. Here you’ll always get the best prices on a wide range of plans. You have the power to choose your provider, so arm yourself with the right data. 

Customer Feedback: How the Power to Choose Fails Customers

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How Does Customer Feedback Beat Power to Choose?

Customer feedback and accurate ratings of Texas electricity providers can help you shop smarter than the Power to Choose.
Customer feedback shows what customers think of a company. So if the Power to Choose doesn't offer accurate ratings or electric customer feedback for Texas REPs, why use it? Our real ratings & reviews help you shop electricity plans much smarter so you can save more.

When you do something every day, you get good at it. Practice improves your skills and instincts. That’s why you can drive your car every day without a crash for years at a time. However, shopping for a cheap electricity rate is something you usually do once every year or two. That makes customer feedback about retail providers important in making your decision. 

And when it comes to customer feedback, Power to Choose comes up short. Texas Electricity Ratings, on the other hand, gives you ample information to use the wisdom and experience other customers have had. Use their knowledge to supplement your own for a sound electric plan decision. 

Limited Power to Choose Rating Information

Research shows customer reviews influence buying behavior. So it makes sense that many websites offer some sort of rating or review system. But some sites are better than others. 

The Power to Choose site offers a 5-star rating system for companies, but it is overly simplistic. Their measure “is a measure of consumer complaints per 1,000 customers based on a 6-month rolling average.” Unfortunately, they do not release the count of customers for each retail provider! That means you can’t get an idea of how many complaints each retailer has. So one complaint does more damage to a smaller retailer's rating than it would a bigger one. You can’t rely on a rating system that produces distorted ratings and favors bigger providers. 

Texas Electricity Ratings Customer Feedback 

Texas Electricity Ratings also uses a 5-star electric provider rating system, but it's much more robust than Power to Choose. Beyond just the overall rating, you can also see scores for specific aspects of doing business with retail providers: 

  • Plans & Pricing
  • Ordering Experience
  • Customer Service
  • Billing & Account Management

These ratings help you narrow down companies based on what factors are important to you. From there, you can read what real customers have to say about each provider - no matter what their size.

Read Customer Reviews 

A company’s customers will tell you how it really is. They know from experience where the company does well and where it can improve. The customer feedback on Texas Electricity Ratings includes the reviewer’s star ratings, comments, and date of review. After reading reviews, you’ll know what you’re in for when you sign up for a power plan. 

Your Power to Choose 

As you can see, the information at is the best you can get for making a good choice on your next electric plan. Here, the quantitative data combines with the qualitative. You have all the numbers like price per kWh, contract term, and early termination fee. Plus, you get real customer feedback to put context around those numbers. Why would you shop anywhere else!? 

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