Zonesty Adds New Retail Energy Provider Veteran Energy to Their Electric Comparison Website

Share Article customers can now compare electrical services and rates from Veteran Energy LLC. The company is one of the newest retail energy providers to be featured on the Zonesty electric comparison website.

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But no less important is our reputation for customer confidence that we offer them great value for their energy dollar. Zonesty will play an important role in getting those messages out to future customers

Zonesty is proud to announce that Veteran Energy LLC is now a part of their revolutionary online comparison platform. The company is expanding its selection of retail energy providers as more customers in deregulated energy areas of Texas use Zonesty to find and compare electricity rates. Veteran Energy, known for its philanthropic work and exemplary service, is a REP partner that is guaranteed to bring added value to every consumer search.

The company is the first VA-certified, 100% veteran-owned electric provider in Texas. Kevin Barber, founder of Veteran Energy, said, “It’s a great pleasure to partner with Zonesty in our efforts to make energy available at the best price to Texas consumers.” The founders of Zonesty share that same sentiment and are looking forward to giving customers the opportunity to compare Veteran Energy plans and rates and conveniently sign a new agreement from the convenience of their computer or mobile device. Chief Marketing Officer of Zonesty, Jill Stevenson, said, "We work to include only highly reputable electricity providers through our online shopping service and we are proud to associate with Veteran Energy and their mission for supporting important charities."

To compare the transparent rates and services of Veteran Energy with many other reputable retail energy providers in a competitive online shopping marketplace, please visit:

About Veteran Energy

Veteran Energy LLC was founded in 2010 with the mission of offering far more than reliable electric service. Veteran Energy donates a portion of its profits to charities such as Impact a Hero that benefit our military members and their families. Over the last five years the company has raised thousands of dollars for active military members and veterans through their Power to Give Back Program, which enables customers to select the charity of their choice when they sign up for service. Veteran Energy also employs a number of veterans and provides special discounted rates for active and retired military members.

“Our reputation rests on positively impacting the lives of veterans and their families,” said Mr. Barber. “But no less important is our reputation for customer confidence that we offer them great value for their energy dollar. Zonesty will play an important role in getting those messages out to future customers.”

Integrity at all levels is the cornerstone of Veteran Energy’s business model. Honest, fair rates and services are what every customer can expect whether they are residential, commercial or industrial energy consumers. The company is also known for offering a variety of plans that are designed to save customers money based on how they use energy. Currently there are fixed rate plans, variable rate plans and green energy plans as well as custom options for commercial customers.

Mr. Barber leveraged 16 years of experience in the energy sector to identify where improvements can be made for end consumers in Texas. Veteran Energy is now based in Houston but provides electric services across the entire state.

About Zonesty:

Zonesty is helping customers in deregulated areas of Texas eliminate the hassle and confusion of finding the best electric rates. Using a simple yet dynamic comparison platform, within minutes residential and commercial customers can see dozens of available electric plans from today’s most reputable energy providers. Zonesty continually updates its information so that consumers who prefer to avoid paying expensive broker fees have access to all the latest electric rates. Customers are able to compare plans, lock in rates and enter into an energy contract as far as six months in advance of their current contract expiring.

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