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Texas Retail Provider Offering "Whole Life" Power Plan

August 09,2017



LifeEnergy, LLC announced a new electricity plan for Texas residential customers called the "Whole Life" plan

The "Whole Life" plan includes two usage tiers with flat charges, plus a volumetric charge for usage above 1,000 kWh.

As listed on Power To Choose as of publication time, in the Oncor service area, LifeEnergy's Whole Life Plan 12 Month product has an average all-in rate at 1,000 kWh of 3.4 cents per kWh.

Pricing, which is fixed for the plan's term, is as follows:

• Tier 1 Flat Energy Charge: $34.00 (0-1,000 kWh)

• Tier 2 Flat Energy Charge: $99.00 (1,001-Max kWh)

• Additional Charge: 8.90¢ per each kWh (=1,001 kWh)

• Oncor TDU Charges: Not passed through. Included in the Flat Energy Charge.

Other term lengths are available.

As listed on Life Energy's website as of publication time, in the Oncor service area, LifeEnergy's Whole Life Plan 12 Month product has an average all-in rate at 1,000 kWh of 7.4 cents per kWh.

Pricing, which is fixed for the plan's term, is as follows:

• Tier 1 Flat Energy Charge: $74.00 (0-1,000 kWh)

• Tier 2 Flat Energy Charge: $74.00 (1,001-Max kWh)

• Additional Charge: 8.90¢ per each kWh (=1,001 kWh)

• Oncor TDU Charges: Not passed through. Included in the Flat Energy Charge.

A $175 early termination fee applies for both plans listed above

All pricing reflects rates publicly listed as of publication time. Rates are subject to change

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