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Reliant Flextra Credits 12 plan

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Straightfoward plan with a locked-in energy charge.


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Reliant Apartment 12 plan

Designed exclusively for smaller spaces.


Term
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500 kWh
1,000 kWh
2,000 kWh

Early cancellation fee

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Pricing Details

USAGE
AVG PRICE / KWH
500 kWh
1,000 kWh
2,000 kWh

Early cancellation fee

*Average Price per kWh assumes noted usage per month and specific LP&L Delivery Charges (i.e., Residential Service or Residential Distributed Renewable Generation Service). For additional information regarding plan pricing and other terms, please see the Electricity Facts Label, on the Plan Details page. Price shown is for new customers only.
Energy-saving tips for office equipment
Energy-saving tips for office equipment
Energy-saving tips for office equipment

Energy-saving tips for office equipment

Energy-saving tips for office equipment
Energy-saving tips for office equipment

Energy-saving tips for office equipment

Turning off machines when they are not in use can help you save energy*

There is a common misconception that screen savers reduce energy use by computer monitors. This misconception extends to other equipment, with the assumption that equipment lasts longer if it's never turned off. This perception carries over from the days of older mainframe computers. Enabling automatic sleep timers or manually turning monitors off is likely a better energy-saving strategy.


To help maximize savings with a laptop, put the AC adapter on a power strip that can be turned off

The transformer in the AC adapter draws power continuously, even when the laptop is not plugged into the adapter.


Explore ENERGY STAR®-certified products for your business

The ENERGY STAR label indicates greater energy efficiency in computers, printers, copiers, refrigerators, televisions, windows, thermostats, ceiling fans and other equipment.


Consider buying a laptop for your next computer upgrade

Laptops generally use less energy than desktop computers, which can result in savings.


Unplug battery chargers

You can save energy by unplugging chargers when batteries are fully charged or when the chargers are not in use.


Use rechargeable batteries

Studies have shown that using rechargeable batteries for electronics can be more cost-effective than using throwaway batteries.