Pennywise Power™ Reviews (900+) | Discount Power

Looking for certified Pennywise Power reviews? Please note that Pennywise Power and Discount Power were recently merged by NRG under the Discount Power brand name. Below you will find links to objective sources that have over 900 certified reviews for Pennywise/Discount, as well as statistics from the State of Texas.

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Pennywise Power Ratings

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HEC Pennywise Power Rating Score: 4.4/5

Pennywise Power Customer Ratings

Pennywise Power has good review scores for the rating categories. Their best reviewed category is billing quality, with a 4.5 out of 5 score.

Pennywise Power Customer Reviews


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