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Contact Details

Email: customer@apge.com

Phone: (877) 544-4857

Address: 6161 Savoy Dr., Suite 500, Houston, Texas 77036

Website: https://www.apge.com

License #10105


About APG&E

APG&E (AP Gas and Electric), previously known as Affordable Power was founded by small business owners in Houston in 2004. They entered the Texas market the same year providing services to homeowners and small businesses before expanding nationally and offering their services throughout the US. APG&E is a privately held company so it allows them to focus on long-term goals and develop deep customer relationships rather than just hitting financial analyst goals or using unethical tactics to deliver quarterly or annual financial results.

Because of this freedom, APG&E has the ability to listen to their customers and use their industry experience to create products and energy plans that are tailored to the requirements of their clients. Many other Retail Energy providers choose to offer complex plans and think that it is to their advantage, however, APG&E’s Philosophy is that keeping it simple is better. They focus on their relationship with their clients and treat them as extended family.

APG&E offers simple, easy-to-understand, and transparent energy plans that you will be happy to recommend to your own family and friends. They efficiently navigate the constant changes and fluctuations in the market due to their experience and relatively small size.

Over the years they have grown to serve many customers Nationwide, and are currently operating in the following energy markets: Texas, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Illinois

Electricity Plans That APG&E Offers

APG&E specializes in fixed-rate electricity plans. This means that once locked in, the base price per kilowatt of your plan will not change for the duration of your contract. This is especially useful for customers who want peace of mind, knowing that your energy charge’s price will remain stable and will not change. When choosing a plan with APG&E you can also choose to be friendly with the environment and go with a 100% green plan.

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Information Required To Sign Up to APG&E

When enrolling in a plan you will need to start by entering your ZIP code on our comparison page.

Through a simple enrollment wizard, you will enter all necessary information that is required in order to complete your enrollment.

APG&E does require customers to enter their social security number to perform a soft credit check. In certain cases, a deposit may be required, however, exclusions do apply, and you can contact APG&E directly to find out if you are eligible for a deposit waiver.

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APG&E Deposit Requirements

A deposit may be required based on your credit score, and/or your payment history. When you complete the checkout you may be asked to pay a deposit in order for your service to begin.

We cannot know if you will have to pay a deposit until the enrollment is submitted, the deposit amount is calculated only at the time of your enrollment.

If you are required to pay a deposit and do not wish to continue then you are not obligated to finalize the enrollment. If you wish to try a different option then you can go back and find a different plan which will not require a deposit payment.

APG&E Deposit Waiver

When enrolling in a new energy plan APG&E will run a soft credit check. they currently do not offer a “No Credit” plan. Based on your credit they may require a small deposit, which is refundable when your contract ends.

Under certain circumstances, you may be eligible for a deposit waiver:

  1. If you are 65 or older and you are not currently past due on your electricity bill
  2. If you’ve been legally designated as a victim of family violence
  3. If your electric account isn’t currently in delinquent status
  4. If you haven’t made a late payment more than once over the course of the last year

If any of these circumstances apply to you, or if you feel like the deposit should be waived, please contact APG&E directly at (877) 544-4857 and discuss this with a live representative.

APG&E Methods of Payment

In order to make it easier for its customers, APG&E offers multiple methods of payment:

  1. Online payment – Once your enrollment is complete and you become a customer, you will have access to your own online account. In your personal account, you will have the option to view statements and make payments online. This is the easiest and fastest way to get set up.
  2. Pay by mail – This is not everyone’s favorite choice but some people prefer to send their payments via check in the mail. Please follow the payment instructions after you sign up. You will need to send your checks to their mailing address.
  3. Pay by phone – Submit your payment with a live rep over the phone.
  4. AutoPay online – You have an option to set up an automatic payment plan that gets submitted monthly and pays your due balance automatically.

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Report a APG&E Outage

If you have a power outage with APG&E you will need to contact the utility company directly (also known as TDU - transmission and delivery utility). This is a different company than APG&E. Your utility company is determined by your service address, and there are 5 of these TDUs in Texas:

Please remember, if you have a power outage, you should not contact APG&E about it, but rather your TDU company

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Please note: The rates above are updated periodically. Current energy rates may have changed since our last update. To get the latest energy rates in your area please go to our comparison page and enter your zip code. Energy rates shown above are for a residential monthly consumption of 1000 kWh in zip code 77043.

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