About Mega Energy Electricity Service

Mega Energy is a privately owned retailed electricity provider operating in the Texas marketplace. Mega Energy was founded in 2007 and provides retail and commercial electricity to consumers throughout the state of Texas.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mega Energy

Here we have some answers to frequently asked questions about Mega Energy.

What if I'm interested in buying Mega Energy's energy plans?

We currently do not offer any Mega Energy plans at this time.

Other popular plans you can try instead are Just Energy's Just Energy Web - 12 starting at 16.5¢/kWh or Just Energy's starting at 0¢/kWh just to name a few!

What companies are similar to Mega Energy?

Some companies that are like Mega Energy in price range and user ratings are Just Energy and Just Energy.

Here is an overview of these two:

Just Energy:

  • Average Plan Rate: 12.7¢/kWh
  • Plan Types: Bill Credit, Bundled Rate, Fixed Rate
  • Cheapest 12 Month Fixed: -
  • Cheapest 24 Month Fixed: Just400 Advantage - 24 15.9¢/kWh
  • Average User Rating: 1.7/5.0

Just Energy:

  • Average Plan Rate: 12.7¢/kWh
  • Plan Types: Bill Credit, Bundled Rate, Fixed Rate
  • Cheapest 12 Month Plan Fixed: -
  • Cheapest 24 Month Plan Fixed: Just400 Advantage - 24 15.9¢/kWh
  • Average User Rating: 0/5.0


Is Mega Energy good?

Mega Energy has a customer rating of 1.9/5.0 stars (this is out of 51 reviews). This score is calculated by averaging the total number of reviews in our website.

What are some good companies in my area?

In , Texas there is:

  1. 4Change Energy 4/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 17.4¢/kWh.
  2. Chariot Energy 4/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 21.7¢/kWh.
  3. Energy Texas 3.9/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 12.7¢/kWh.
  4. Champion Energy Services 3.5/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 14.5¢/kWh.
  5. Constellation 3.3/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 18.6¢/kWh.
  6. Veteran Energy 2.9/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 18.6¢/kWh.
  7. TriEagle Energy 2.5/5.0 with an avg. plan rate of 16.1¢/kWh.


What are some cheap electricity plans in my area?

The most affordable electricity plans in , Texas are:

  1. Taste of Energy Texas 3 for 3 months starting at 11.1¢/kWh.
  2. Frontier Saver Plus 12 for 12 months starting at 11.9¢/kWh.
  3. Frontier Saver Plus 24 for 24 months starting at 12¢/kWh.
  4. TrueClassic 6 for 6 months starting at 13.1¢/kWh.
  5. 36 Inflation Fix for 36 months starting at 13.3¢/kWh.


How much do electricity plans cost per month?

The monthly bill will vary by season (with the winter and summer seasons being the more expensive periods) and the size of your home. In 2022 in , Texas, the average electricity plan rate is 0¢/kWh. On average, that means

  • A small home will use around 500kWh of energy times 0¢/kWh totalling $0 per month.
  • An average-sized home will use around 1000kWh of power times 0¢/kWh totalling $0 per month.
  • A large home will use around 2000kWh of power times 0¢/kWh totalling $0 per month.

You can price electricity plans in your area here.

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How do I get the Cheapest Mega Energy Rate?

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Mega Energy Rates for Houston

Company & Plan Term Rate
Energy Texas - Taste of Energy Texas 3 3 11.1¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 24 24 11.9¢
Frontier Utilities - Frontier Saver Plus 12 12 11.9¢
Gexa Energy - Gexa Eco Saver Plus 12 12 11.9¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 12 12 12.0¢

Houston - Centerpoint Electricity prices as of 01-28-2023. Compare Houston Electricity Rates.

Mega Energy Rates for Dallas

Company & Plan Term Rate
Energy Texas - Taste of Energy Texas 3 3 10.2¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 24 24 10.7¢
Frontier Utilities - Frontier Saver Plus 12 12 10.7¢
Gexa Energy - Gexa Eco Saver Plus 12 12 10.7¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 12 12 10.8¢

Dallas - Oncor Electricity prices as of 01-28-2023. Compare Dallas Electricity Rates.

Mega Energy Rates for Abilene

Company & Plan Term Rate
Energy Texas - Taste of Energy Texas 3 3 10.4¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 24 24 10.7¢
Frontier Utilities - Frontier Saver Plus 12 12 10.7¢
Gexa Energy - Gexa Eco Saver Plus 12 12 10.7¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 12 12 10.8¢

Abilene - AEP North Electricity prices as of 01-28-2023. Compare Abilene Electricity Rates.

Mega Energy Rates for Corpus Christi

Company & Plan Term Rate
Energy Texas - Taste of Energy Texas 3 3 10.6¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 24 24 11.4¢
Frontier Utilities - Frontier Saver Plus 12 12 11.4¢
Gexa Energy - Gexa Eco Saver Plus 12 12 11.4¢
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 12 12 11.5¢

Corpus Christi - AEP Central Electricity prices as of 01-28-2023. Compare Corpus Christi Electricity Rates.

News Articles About Mega Energy

Texas Electricity News & Notes 1/10/2013

Posted on There were a couple of news items that hit the Texas electricity market this week. Neither of them on their own require enough analysis to warrant an entire blog post, so I'm going to stick them together in this one blog post. First up, we have TXU Energy acquiring the customers of Mega Energy. This is somewhat surprising because unlike other bigger companies (such as Reliant, Direct Energy, Just Energy, Constellation Energy) TXU hasn't typically increased the size of their customer base through acquisition. Additionally, it's been speculated that TXU has more than their fair share financial concerns, which one wouldn't think would leave a lot of room to be buying up other customers. That being said, this move seems to be happening quickly, as TXU and Mega have already announced the move on social networking sites, and TXU has said the transition will begin over the next few weeks. TXU has also claimed that Mega Energy customers will be kept in their remaining contract terms and have an equal or lower Cancellation Fee applied to their contracts, and that their rate will be lower than their current Mega Energy rate. The other piece of news is that Glacial Energy and the PUC have "reached an agreement in principle" on the PUC's efforts to revoke Glacial Energy's certificate to sell electricity in Texas. Which sounds to me like Glacial's certificate isn't, in fact, going to end up being revoked. Because that doesn't seem like something they'd agree to in a negotiation. In fact, I don't think that would even qualify AS a negotiation. No details have been disclosed about the particulars regarding the settlement.

Texas Electricity Provider Map

Posted on Last week's purchase of First Choice Power by Direct Energy was yet another major acquisition of a Retail Electricity Provider by a major energy conglomerate. There's been around half a dozen of these deals in the past year, and in my opinion, things have gotten a bit muddled and confusing. So I wanted to write a post to chart exactly who owns who in the deregulated electricity space in Texas. Dominion Resources: Dominion Energy probably isn't a name that is very recognized by Texas electricity customers. However, they are a huge energy company that deals in both energy generation and distribution in multiple states. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, they own the incumbent and regulated electricity providers in Virginia and North Carolina. In Texas, they own Cirro Energy, which they purchased in 2008. Earlier this year, Cirro Energy purchased Simple Power and absorbed their customers. NRG: NRG, a new Jersey based company, is another huge energy company with massive power generation resources. On top of energy generation plants, NRG also owns Green Mountain Energy, which they purchased in 2010 for 350 million dollars. In 2009, they purchased former incumbent Texas electricity provider Reliant Energy for 287 million and change when Reliant was under heavy financial distress. This was a steal considering Reliant was the second largest REP in the state at the time and has huge brand recognition. In turn, Reliant Energy owns (and I believe operates) Pennywise Power, which is a new brand they've put into the deregulated Texas electricity market to try and capture different customers without effecting their core brand. So NRG owns Green Mountain and Reliant, and Reliant in turn owns Pennywise Power. Just Energy - Just Energy is yet another big energy company, with resources all over North America. They had been a fairly smaller player in the retail electricity market in Texas until recently. Just Energy itself was mostly a niche provider, offering 5 year long term contracts to customers. However, they recently purchased the entire retail arm of Fulcrum Power. That includes Amigo Energy, Tara Energy, and Smart Prepaid. So now all of those brands are part of the Just Energy portfolio. They'll likely keep the branding and still do business under the names Tara and Amigo, but it's all Just Energy. Just Energy also owns another smaller REP, Commerce Energy. Direct Energy: Direct Energy is actually a subsidiary of a British company called Centrica, but they're known almost exclusively in North America as Direct Energy, so that's the name we're going with. Direct Energy is yet another huge energy generation company with huge and varied resources. In the retail electricity space they do business as Direct Energy and they are one of the biggest REP's in Texas. They also operate in Texas as WTU Energy and CPL Energy in two respective TDSPs. In the Spring, Direct Energy also purchased Gateway Energy Resources for 90 millions dollars. Since then, Direct has removed Gateway as a brand from doing business in Texas. Just last week, Direct Energy made another huge purchase, this time of First Choice Power for 270 million dollars. Which is a huge price tag. So, as of now, every company I mentioned above is really a subsidiary of Direct Energy. Constellation Energy: Constellation Energy is the largest energy supplier in America. Their 2007 revenues were 21 billion dollars. So yes, they're another big energy guy. They own the regulated electricity entity Baltimore Gas and Electric. In 2 month period last spring and summer, Constellation announced purchases of both StarTex Power as well as MX Energy, two retail electricity providers that operate in the Texas deregulated markets. Gexa Energy: NextEra Energy is the parent company of Florida Power and Light, the regulated electricity provider for much of Florida. They're another big energy company, having generation resources in over 20 states. In 2005, Florida Power & Light purchased Gexa Energy. They still do business in Texas under the name Gexa. Dynowatt: Dynowatt is a subsidiary of Accent Energy, which is a large company with natural gas ties in Ohio. Accent also serves deregulated New York, but they do business in Texas as Dynowatt. TXU Energy: TXU is actually a subsidiary of Energy Future Holdings, which also owns Luminant, the power generation portion of the old TXU company that was forced to split because of deregulation laws. Now Luminant and TXU operate separately. TXU is the largest individual REP in Texas and one of the two former incumbent providers. The following Retail Electricity Providers are stand-alone entities: Texpo Energy: Texpo Energy is a smaller company operating in Texas. What makes them interesting is that they actually operate under 3 different brand names while all sharing the same PUC Certificate. The other two brands are Southwest Power & Light and YEP. So to sum things up, Texpo, Southwest Power & Light, and YEP are all the same company operating in Texas under different names.
  • Champion Energy
  • Stream Energy
  • Ambit Energy
  • Brilliant Energy
  • Texas Power
  • Liberty Power
  • Mega Energy
  • APNA Energy
  • Bounce Energy
  • Spark Energy
Hopefully this helps to give people a clearer picture about who some of the players are in Texas electricity. It is important that people know exactly who the company is that is supplying their electricity. For example, if someone had a bad experience with one company, they might not want to get service from another one of their subsidiaries. And since there's been so many purchases and mergings of REP's in the last 6 months, I thought it might be a good idea to chronicle which companies have ended where after the dust has settled. I'll try to update this page moving forward as well. I doubt we've seen the last of big REP acquisitions, so this family tree might change.  

Zip Codes with the Cheapest Mega Energy Rates in Texas