The 4Change Story

Ideas come with experience.
Hey, that's how it came to us.

When you work in an industry for a while, you get the gift of learning how things work. You also get the gift of seeing where the opportunities are—and ideas on how you could do things better.

That's how 4Change Energy came about.

President's Message

In creating 4Change Energy, we set out to give you more than an electric company. We wanted to create a personal connection between us and our customers. We wanted to give you a reason to stay for a long time. And we wanted to create something different. For us? That means doing something that's good for your wallet and your neighbors. It means shaving every cost possible so we can give you low prices, the service you need, and support our communities with a helping hand. You win and your neighbors win. That is different.

I hope you give us a try. And if you like what you get, tell your family and friends. Word of mouth makes a difference. Together we can do more good in the community.


John Geary

New ideas. Years of knowledge.

Built on decades of industry experience, innovation and inspiration, 4Change Energy is a company founded on the idea that electricity should be affordable and contribute to where you live. We're also a company founded on results, including our founder's proven leadership in competitive markets.

We're always on.

How reliable is 4Change Energy? Extremely reliable. With headquarters in Texas, we're regulated and certified by the Public Utility Commission (PUC). There's no change to the company who's been delivering your power and responding to outages for as long as you've had electricity, so the service stays the same. And since our corporate parent is a multi-billion dollar energy company, you know it's experience you can trust.

Helping you help them.

It's true—you can offer a lower price, simplified services and still be a good steward in the community. It's our way of supporting the customers who support us—giving is an extra. And we believe it's the way companies are going. In the Texas tradition of going big or going home, we decided we wanted to go big—at home.

We hope you'll join us.