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Most Popular Texas Energy Plans
Ambit offers a selection of rates and plans to meet the needs of U.S. Customers from coast-to-coast. Add in our great service and the opportunity to earn Free Energy! We think once you’ve experienced the Ambit difference, you’ll be an Ambit Customer for life.

Summer Break 12

 Residential Plan
Energy Charge: 11.8¢ per kWh Base Charge: $9.95 Term: 12 Months Early Termination Fee:$199 This plan is eligible for Free Energy.Take a vacation from high summer electricity bills. Get 50% off your Energy Charges from June to September. AMS provisioned Smart Meter required.

Energy Bank 12 – 2000 kWh

Residential Plan

Energy Charge: 14.7¢ per kWh Base Charge:(2000 kWh or less):$258 Early Termination Fee:$199 This plan is eligible for Free EnergyEnjoy free electricity at night and help save the planet with 100% renewable energy. This plan requires an AMS-enabled smart meter.

Lone Star Classic 24

Residential Plan
Energy Rate: 10.3¢ per kWh
Term: 12 Months Base Charge: $9.95
Early Termination Fee: $199
This plan is eligible for Free EnergyManage your budget and secure your rate for 24 months.

Lone Star Plus 12

Residential Plan
Energy Charge: 0 - 1350 kWh 10.9¢ per kWh / 1351 - 2000 kWh 4.7¢ per kWh >2000 kWh 21.1 per kWh Base Charge: $9.95 Term: 12 Months Early Termination Fee:$199 This plan is eligible for Free EnergyA 12-month plan that may suit customers with higher usage.

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IMG 2224Why do more than 1 million people trust Ambit Energy?
Our overarching motto reads “Never sacrifice integrity for growth,” and we strive to fulfill our mission
To be the finest and most-respected retail energy provider in America.” 
What do other people say? Ambit’s success has been recognized by well-known sources such as Inc. magazine, Direct Selling News (DSN), and Dallas Business Journal A+ Rating from Better Business BureauAccreditation based on the elements necessary to create and maintain trust in business.
Recognition and Awards
• Bravo Leadership Award-DSN - Awarded to CEO Jere Thompson, Jr. This award is presented to someone who shows great leadership while earning the respect and admiration of those he leads. (2015) Dallas Morning News - Listed in the Top 100 Places to Work • Direct Selling Association Board of Directors - Chris Chambless elected in 2015 - Officers of the association are recognized leaders who command the respect of their colleagues and the public. They devote the time necessary to lead and direct the affairs of the association. • Direct Selling News Global 100- #10 in the Top Direct Selling Companies in the World (2020) InfoWorld - CTO 25- CIO John Burke (2010) Inc. magazineNamed “America’s Fastest-Growing Private Company” (2010) • J.D. Power and Associates - Top 5 Electric Providers in Texas (2011) - Highest Retail Electric Provider Satisfaction • New York region (2013) • New Jersey (2013) • Pennsylvania (2014) • Connecticut (2014, 2015, 2016) • Southern Methodist University (SMU) - Ranked #1 SMU/Cox Dallas 100 (2009, 2010) - Recognizes the fastest-growing privately-held company in North Texas

Ambit Energy in 2020 Ranked World’s Largest Direct Seller of Energy for 8th Straight Year

Texas Grid Operators Says Texans Can Go Back to Normal Usage of Electricity

Grid operators called for decreased electricity usage as several power grids went offline due to rising heat in Texas
According to the current grid conditions on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas website, Texans no longer need to cut back on their electricity use to avoid stressing the electrical grid.

Recent News Articles

  • Saving money during the summer months

    wiatrakDuring the summer electricity rates tend to skyrocket, but saving money shouldn't be as difficult.

    Joey Estrada, with Lochridge Priest, shares some tips on what you should do before the temperatures get too high.

    “Have a technician come out, check the refrigerate levels, check your system to make sure it’s running. Make sure your fan motor is running the way it should be,” Estrada says.

    Estrada says you want to have a technician come in to take a look at your A/C unit to make sure everything is operating the right way.

    “First thing you want to check [is] the filter. Make sure you’re keeping a clean filter. That helps the airflow get through as best as possible,” says Estrada.

  • DOE Invests Millions Into Wave Energy Tech

    pexels kammeran gonzalezkeola 7925938The U.S. Department of Energy has committed $27 million in funding to for research of wave technology to be transformed into electricity. The main goal is to make it commercially viable.

    The DOE on July 7 said the money supports the Biden administration’s efforts “to build a clean energy economy,” along with the president’s target of net-zero carbon emissions from the power sector by 2050.

  • Texas Grid Operators Says Texans Can Go Back to Normal Usage of Electricity!

    okGrid operators called for decreased electricity usage as several power grids went offline due to rising heat in Texas

    According to the current grid conditions on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas website, Texans no longer need to cut back on their electricity use to avoid stressing the electrical grid.

    After a week, consumers may return to normal usage of electricity that stressed the grid — and Texans’ anxieties. The ERCOT website said: “There is enough power for current demand,” and an ERCOT spokesperson confirmed the power conservation notice expired at 7 p.m. Friday.

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