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    Reliant Solar Payback Plus plan

    Reliant Solar Payback Plus plan

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    Earn bill credits with your solar panels

    If you already have solar panels, we have a plan that can help you make the most of your solar power. With the Reliant Solar Payback Plus plan, you’ll receive bill credits when your solar panels generate excess energy and return it to the electric grid.1

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    Get more from your solar panels

    Sign up for the Solar Payback Plus plan and you’ll receive:

    • A fixed energy charge for the length of your term.
    • Earn unlimited bill credits, applied to your monthly Reliant bill, for surplus electricity generated by your solar panels and returned to the grid.2

    Sign up by calling 1-866-735-1214 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and mention promo code XA33TM.

    When it comes to solar, Reliant has options — with or without the panels.
    Compare our offers here ›

    Terms, conditions and other restrictions

    1See Electricity Facts Label or contact Reliant for details on solar production credit amount. Credit value differs from the per kWh energy rate we charge for the electricity plan. It may take up to 3 billing cycles after receiving Permission to Operate (PTO) from your utility to begin receiving credits.

    2To receive bill credits, customer must have solar panels at the utility service address and an active interconnection agreement with the utility (or TDSP). Customer must have a meter installed and configured by their TDSP that measures the inflow and outflow of electricity to and from their home.

    *A dual-register meter beyond the Smart Meter may be required to measure generation and consumption. The customer’s home generation system must be connected to the grid by their TDSP to receive monthly payments for their surplus generation as reported by their TDSP. The customer must be located in a competitive ERCOT market. This plan requires the customer to have solar panels at their house and an active interconnection agreement with their TDSP.