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Think Energy has some great residential and commercial energy plans including Think Simple – a straight-forward simple flat-rate service and Think Clean, which is a 100% renewable energy plan, also with a flat-rate fee.
To compare the offers in your area, enter your zip code on our website and lock in a great rate for an even better price!
Don’t forget – Your usage matters. The energy rate offers are linked to specific monthly usage, so you should find out what’s yours before you get locked in a contract.
About Think Energy
Think Energy Ltd. is a member of the ENGIE group – a trusted and respected name in the energy business for over 175 years. Its subsidiary Think Energy is a retail electricity provider to residential and commercial customers in Delaware, Texas, Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Ohio, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire.
Unlike other alternative energy suppliers, Think Energy offers only fixed-price rates, without the option of variable-rate plans.
Do you want to contact Think Energy customer service with questions? You can fill out a simple online form on the power provider website, call 1-888-923-3633 on Monday-Friday, 8 AM to 8 PM or email [email protected].
For a bill payment, log into your customer online space or send money to ENGIE Retail, LLC, P.O. Box 841568, Dallas, TX 75284-1568.
Why Choose Think Energy
Green power - With Think Clean, the Think Energy green energy rate, you can take your world-saving efforts to the next level. Generated from 100% renewable source, but with a simple flat-fee price that doesn't break your bank, it is the perfect product for the environmentally-conscious customers.
|Think Energy Online Account - Though the Think Energy mobile app is no longer active due to issues, customers are still able to use the online account to manage their home service, billing, and customer service information.|
|Power Efficiency Tips & Tricks - Think Energy runs a pretty successful blog where it provides customers with information about energy-efficient products, free tools and Think Energy promo code deals, that help consumers save money on monthly energy bills.|
Think Energy Reviews from Customers
Customer reviews can be very misleading. Customers, who take the time to leave a review are often motivated either by a particularly negative, one-off experience with their energy provider or somehow incentivized to write a positive, and not always truthful review.
To get a relatively unbiased picture, you can consult a non-profit market analyst Better Business Bureau (BBB), that accredits retail utility service providers. You can read reviews and issue records about Think Energy on the BBB website. According to the most recent information, Think Energy has accreditation and an A+ rating from the BBB.
Think Energy Service Areas
Think Energy supplies electricity and natural gas to households and business customers in the following states.
- New Hampshire
- New York
- Washington D.C.
- Rhode Island
- New Jersey
Customers who don’t live in one of the serviced areas might still be able to save money on the monthly electricity bill. Enter your zip code to find the perfect rate for the perfect price on our website.
Below are answers to some of the questions you might have about Think Energy.
What is Think Energy?
Think Energy provides fixed-rate, no-hassle electricity and natural gas plans to residential and business customers in Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Texas.
Who owns Think Energy?
Think Energy is part of ENGIE, a French multinational electric utility company, that operates in the fields of the energy transition, electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, nuclear, renewable energy and Petroleum.
How do I cancel my Think Energy service?
To cancel your Think Energy plan, you should contact the customer service team, either by phone on 1-866-252-0078 or by e-mail on [email protected]. However, keep in mind that canceling a fixed-rate electricity contact might carry the price of an early cancellation fee.
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