DALLAS–TruPowur today announced that the extreme weather events Texans experienced over the past week will have absolutely no impact on the electricity rates for any of its residential or commercial customers with a fixed rate. This announcement is in line with the company’s longstanding approach, offering residential and commercial customers rates that are always fair and easy to understand. In addition, customers with indexed or variable contracts have an opportunity to take advantage of lower fixed rates.
Matt D. Fox, TruPowur CEO, commented, “The safety and well-being of our customers is and always will be our number one priority. Following the severe weather events in our state last week, we feel it is important to underscore that no residential or commercial customers of TruPowur with fixed rates will see any increase to their electricity rates as a result of these weather events. We firmly stand behind our products and prices as reflected in each customer’s contract terms and look forward to continuing to serve our customers well into the future.”
TruPowur agents are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer questions, helping our customers during this difficult time and offer all Texans a low fixed rates for electricity. Customer Service can be reached at (833) 4MY-RATE – (833) 469-7283 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About TruPowur, Inc.
TruPowur, a Texas Corporation, is the leading provider of top-rated energy Nationwide. TruPowur serves residential, governmental, commercial and industrial customers in deregulated electric energy markets across the U.S. TruPowur’s growth is driven by competitive, straightforward pricing and a reputation for maintaining the highest levels of satisfaction with its customers. For more information, visit www.TruPowur.com.
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