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  • Is NRG Energy a good deal?
    Our Take on NRG. With the right plan, NRG Home has the potential to be a good supplier for your electricity or natural gas. Customers may find good savings on fixed rate plans, and the company offers a wide variety of customer rewards (such as cash back or bill reductions) as well as renewable energy options.
  • How do I cancel NRG?
    How do I cancel? You may cancel by calling us at 1-877-284-9393. One of our Customer Service associates will be happy to assist you or click on the Cancellation Button below.
  • How do I cancel my NRG service?
    Cancelling your service. To stop your Reliant service, you will need to call 1-866-222-7100. We do not offer online disconnection or cancellation at this time but are happy to help you over the phone. You can also chat with us for more information related to cancellation fees, moving and more.
  • How do I contact NRG?
    New Jersey: 1-609-524-4500. Texas: 1-713-537-3000. NRG Renew: 1-760-710-2140.
  • Can I cancel my electricity contract?
    Cancelling your electricity contract by issuing a termination notice, ensures that the contract stops on the last day. You cannot cancel a contract halfway through, unless you have a valid reason such as moving business premises. Please call us if you have any questions about this.
  • What is NRG Electric?
    Electricity Energy Choice. ... NRG buys the electricity and adds rewards like airline miles, hotel stays and more. We sell that electricity to you. Then we coordinate with your local Pennsylvania utility company, which continues to provide the same delivery service without interruption.
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  • Is NRG and Reliant the same?
    NRG bought Reliant in 2009 and merged with GenOn Energy Inc. in 2012, giving the company dual headquarters in Houston and New Jersey. Killinger said NRG became Texas' largest electricity retailer more than a year ago, and the company is seeking to interact with its customers more through "new and innovative services."
  • What is NRG home?
    NRG Home offers residential energy plans to Illinois electricity and natural gas utility customers. ... Your local utility will continue to deliver your energy, read your meter and send your bill while NRG sells and provides the energy.
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