Tara Energy® | Reviews and Ratings (130+ Verified)

Home Energy Club recommends that you only consider electricity company reviews and statistics from sources that don’t sell electricity plans, because reviews from energy marketers tend to be less objective. Below you’ll find reviews from Google, and other information from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and the Texas Public Utility Commission.

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We provide in-depth details about Tara Energy on the electricity provider’s profile page. You can also check out reviews from competing electric companies.

Tara Energy Ratings

Home Energy Club gathers independent customer satisfaction data on more than 40 electric providers in Texas from rating/review sites like Yelp and Google, the State of Texas Public Utility Commission Complaints site, the Better Business Bureau, and other sources.

To determine a rating score for each energy provider, we combine our Home Energy Club/Amazon customer survey results with third party information.

HEC Tara Energy Rating Score: 4.6/5

Tara Energy Customer Ratings

Tara Energy has relatively high rating scores for the reviewed categories. Their highest reviewed category is Pricing, with a 4.5 out of 5 score.

Tara Energy Customer Reviews


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