Hudson Energy for Business
Energy deregulation isn’t just for residential electricity customers. In 2002, Texas deregulated its energy market and gave business electricity customers the power to choose a provider, too. Hudson Energy is among the providers merchants can consider when reviewing business electricity rates in Texas.
SaveOnEnergy.com, the largest private energy marketplace in Texas, can help business owners/operators find great Hudson Energy business rates as well as plans from other commercial energy providers.
A recent survey conducted by Dynata on behalf of SaveOnEnergy.com found commercial electricity customers spend at least five hours every year doing research on business electricity rates before committing to a contract. We can help cut that time substantially.
About Hudson Energy
Hudson Energy was founded in 2002 in New York and expanded into Texas four years later. In 2010, it was acquired by the Just Energy Group, based in Canada. Hudson works with businesses of all sizes. Besides Texas, it provides business electricity in Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, and Illinois. In Texas, its service areas include the following cities:
Why Hudson Energy business electricity is different
Hudson Energy points to its flexibility as one way that it’s different from other commercial energy providers. The company also sets out customer rights. It says business owners and operators who opt for Hudson Energy business rates have a right to:
- Fair prices.
- Reliable service, working with distribution utilities.
How can business owners check out what’s available for their companies? It’s easy: Call the number on this page or fill out the form. Energy experts will help select a plan.
Hudson Energy business electricity plans
Hudson Energy offers the following types of business energy plans:
- Fixed rates: The electricity supply rate will stay the same throughout the term of the contract, giving the business consistency even if energy market prices change. This can help with budgeting for a company’s expenses.
- Variable rates: Rates are tied to local energy market rates and can change from month-to-month. This type of plan doesn’t have a term, so when business operators see market prices rising, they can switch to a fixed-rate plan.
- Mixed/hybrid: A portion of the company’s energy usage is charged at a fixed rate. The rest is tied to market pricing. This offers benefits when prices are low but includes a hedge against higher market rates.
Hudson Energy reviews
Hudson Energy’s parent, Just Energy Group, has a grade of “3” out of 5, with five representing the best score, on the Public Utilities Commission of Texas’ Retail Electric Provider Complaint Scorecard. The score represents complaints through December 2020. Neither Hudson nor its parent is accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Just Energy does have a C+ rating from the organization.
How business electricity is different
As mentioned above, a recent survey found that business owners say they typically spend more than five hours researching business energy before deciding on a plan.
What goes into the decision? Here’s what respondents to the survey said:
- Cost, naturally.
- How easy it is to purchase a plan.
- The number of options available.
- Recognition of the brand.
- Options to include renewable energy.
Commercial electricity rates in Texas averaged 7.74 cents per kilowatt hour in 2020. Business operators owe it to their company to use the SaveOnEnergy.com marketplace to see whether they can lower your rates and save money for their companies.
Call us now, or fill out the form on this page.
A few things to remember
- Don’t forget to read your plan’s Electricity Facts Label before signing up. It contains important information including:
- Price per kilowatt-hour based on usage
- % renewable energy sourcing
- Early termination fees
- Enjoy hassle-free supplier setup. Once your order has been confirmed, your new supplier will set up service with your utility, or transmission and distribution service provider (TDSP) – but don’t worry, there shouldn’t be any interruption to your power during the switch.
- Understanding your electricity bill. Your local TDSP will still deliver your electricity and maintain electric infrastructure including meters and power lines. Your utility fees can be found as TDU or TDSP charges on your monthly bill. They are independent of your supplier rate.
How to contact Hudson Energy
Once a business become a Hudson Energy customer, the company offers top support. Here’s how to reach the provider:
- Email: HudsonEnergyCare@hudsonenergy.net
- Bill pay: Log into the company’s Hudson Energy account
- Customer service: Call (866) 483-7664
Outages: Contact the company’s utility