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Infinite Energy is no longer in Texas. However, you can also read other reviews of the best electricity companies in Texas.

Researching electricity companies can be confusing, so we develop our reviews, ratings and complaint statistics from credible, objective sources. Read reviews from Google, Yelp, and consumer stats from the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

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Infinite Energy Reviews & Ratings Frequently Asked Questions

How does Infinite Energy’s rating compare to other electric companies?

Infinite Energy is no longer in Texas, but you can find Home Energy Club’s list of the current Best Electric Companies in Texas below. This list is compiled using the TrustPlan vetting process, industry knowledge, and analysis of customer data.

To discover your best energy rates and plan options, go to

What are problems with electricity company review sites?

Home Energy Club has found that some energy review sources include misleading information about electric companies, reviews and rates:

  • Small generic niche sites: may be paid by companies to display positive reviews
  • Texas electricity review sites: may arrange reviews unfairly and allow gimmick rates to be offered
  • Government comparison websites: the Power to Choose Texas site has been found to lack quality control

For objective information and certified reviews of 40+ electric companies, go to

Why does Power to Choose (government site) get many complaints?

Home Energy Club helps prevent bill shocks with its vetting processes. Sadly, the state-run electricity comparison site Power to Choose does not have the same quality control processes in place to do the same. The government site has been the target of a great deal of criticism:

  • Gimmicky plans: some plans may mislead consumers with gimmicky rates that deceive them into paying a premium
  • Bill surprises: Texas consumers may get hidden charges when purchasing tricky plans
  • Doubt among leaders: a Public Utility Commission Chairman has expressed doubts about Power to Choose is the best alternative to Power to Choose in Texas, and a solid choice to avoid gimmicks and bill surprises.



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