A. Becoming a Star Energy Partner is so easy. The first step is to get a quote and compare our rates to your recent energy bills. From there, we’re happy to go over our services, thoroughly explain our rates, and answer any questions you may have via phone or email. After that, it only takes a few moments to sign up through our site or over the phone.
A. Every Star plan promises 3 things
– 100% Renewable Energy.
– No high variable rate when your contract is up.
– No Early Termination Fee.
Our standard fixed price plan, the Fixed Subscription, is available for anyone in our service areas. You can check our latest rates here.
A. Your power comes from the grid which is like a giant electricity washing machine where energy is instantaneously generated from multiple sources—some fossil fueled, some renewable. However, we want to contribute as much as possible to supporting renewable energy generation. So for every kWh we supply to you, we will ensure one of our wind farm partners produces a green kWh. We voluntarily pay our wind partner to buy a renewable energy credit, which means when we sell you one kWh, we buy one kWh of renewable energy credit (one-for-one).
A. If your service is interrupted, contact your utility company. They will continue to manage all of the infrastructure related to the delivery of your energy.
A. No. You’ll get the same bill you get now from your utility company, except it will show that you are getting your power from Star Energy Partners, along with your fixed energy rate.
A. Of course. If you are not 100% satisfied with your partnership, you can cancel at any time with no early-termination fees (that’s right—none!). But we have a feeling that once you have your locked-in rate, and experience the benefits of using green energy to power your home, you might stick around.
A. No. Your local utility always provides the same services to every customer, no matter who provides their electricity. We work closely with your utility to bring you the very best service and energy at all times.
A. Yes, we take care of your enrollment. You will receive confirmation from your local utility company indicating that you have been switched to Star Energy Partners. That’s all there is to it. You’ll remain on your regular billing schedule, and your service won’t be interrupted.
A. You can check your rate against our current rates at any time on the website and switch to that plan.
A. We’re glad you asked! In addition to our commitment to finding you the best rates on green energy, we’d love to help you lower your bills even more. Some great ways to save money and energy include using fluorescent lighting, unplugging seldom-used appliances, and switching to energy-efficient appliances and fixtures.
A. If you’re interested in taking advantage of net metering, please fill out this application and send it to us at suppliersupport@
A. Renewable energy (also called green energy, clean energy, or alternative energy) is any kind of energy that comes from a source that won’t be depleted with its use. Examples include hydropower, wind energy, solar energy, and biomass energy.
A. Most of our electricity (and the world’s) comes from fossil fuels or nuclear energy. These are not only being depleted rapidly, but they are harmful to the environment. Renewable energy, on the other hand, is produced through clean (non-harmful) practices—and our sources are infinite. Plus, the focus on more renewable energy in the U.S. is helping us create more jobs and reduce our dependence on imported fuels. Click here to learn more.
A. We are committed to providing you with 100% green energy so you can feel good about what you’re consuming. Currently, we are partnering with suppliers of wind energy and solar energy.
A. When you purchase power through Star Energy, your money goes to fund the creation and expansion of more renewable energy through renewable energy credits. Each credit represents proof that 1 megawatt-hour of electricity was created through a renewable energy resource. In other words, a renewable energy credit proves that green energy is being created and supplied to customers.
A. Most of the energy in the world is created through the burning of fossil fuels. These may include coal, oil, or natural gases. They can be dangerous to extract and burn—causing immediate or long-term problems. Fossil fuels can be linked to global warming, acid rain, oil spills, heavy air pollution, and more. Plus, at the rate we’re using them, we’re likely to run out in a matter of time.