Just Energy new Green Energy PR stunt at Super Bowl XLV

Just Energy Texas is 1% Renewable Energy Content

Just Energy buys electricity at Super Bowl XLV = 100% green or renewable energy.

Just Energy electricity customers throughout Texas get 1% green or renewable energy.

What exactly Just Energy is trying to do at Super Bowl XLV?

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the largest electricity consumption in the US is Texas and where is the best place to promote electricity product beside Texas?

Just Energy will purchase all require electricity from Sweetwater Wind Farm located in Sweetwater, Texas, 228 miles west of Dallas.

Just Energy is paying the electricity bill for Super Bowl XLV, and buying green or renewable electricity from Sweetwater Wind Farm. In return the NFL will promote Just Energy as a green company.

According to Texas Energy Choice, Just Energy electricity services only give consumers 1% renewable or green energy source and not 100% green electricity like the Super Bowl event.

Is Just Energy green and renewable promotion at the Super Bowl misleading? What do you think? Feel free to make your comment below this page.

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17 thoughts on “Just Energy new Green Energy PR stunt at Super Bowl XLV

  1. Just to let you know, first of all, the Super Bowl was in Oncor, not AEP Central, way far away from each other, so you might want to research the right area. Second, Just Energy does not put its 100% green energy product on Power to Choose. What you pulled up is nothing more than the plain 5 yr plan for that area with no green option. Sorry you didn't completly research these facts & just try to bad mouth the company. If the NFL decided to have them for green energy, don't you think they did the actual research. Just food for thought.

    1. My point is, it was in Texas and consumers in Texas under AEP Central gets 1% green energy according to http://www.powertochoose.org/.

      If someone at home was watching the Super Bowl, you think all of them are from Oncor? NO.

      Why Just Energy doesnt put the 100% green option on Power to Choose?

      1. The fact that now you are trying to justify your previously inaccurate allegation is pointless. There are 100's of offers from companies on Power to Choose that don't appear on Power to Choose's website. Just Energy does have an available 100% green energy option but in no way is it forced upon customers. You should really have your facts straight.

      2. Well hearing an uneducated person such as yourself speak make me laugh. Here is some facts for you so you can learn a little. The superbowl at the stadium in Irving TX is located in an ONCOR area. Second, no matter what service area you live in you have the ability to purchase green energy or Carbon offset. Third fact, Just Energy is held accountable by the government for every cent of green energy purchased by the customer, & the money spent by the customer, must go towards green energy. There you go, I have thousands of more facts but I am done with you. Educate yourself and stop saying things you have no clue about and trying to name call & degrade just to show how really ignorant you really are.

    2. Let me see the contract. Scan me your actual contracts that you go around signing up people with. I want to see all the Texas contracts, Ohio, Ontario, ALberta, BC, New York and if I see it is written on it. Then I'll believe you.

      Just because you said it, it does not mean its real.

  2. If you want to see it, quit being retarded and goto the website, or goto the PUC'S ( that's Public Utility Commission for ya ) and see regulations on it. Enjoy being closed minded and making yourself sound more ignorant every time you respond!

      1. First of all:

        I agree with everything Tom has said. HE has done his research and unfortunately, by your comments, I know YOU have not. And you are really degrading yourself and showing what kind of an uneducated, uncouth person you are by your nasty words. Tom is right. He struck a nerve with you. Before you start blathering about all of this baloney. , you need to know what you are talking about and CLEARLY you don't. YES: people should read their contracts. Unfortunately for them , some don't and sign whatever is put in front of the. It is their choice, and they chose to sign a contract without reading it. Who"s fault is that.

        You are an extremely troubled individual and need help., Did YOU? sign something without reading it? Is that why all the anger? P.S. If you go through "keyframe" and all the other negative blogs, you will find that they were done by the same person, in the same business. (he is so scared of competition he is trying to drag everybody else down) so much for integrity. another loser .

      2. I agree with everything Tom has said. HE has done his research and unfortunately, by your comments, I know YOU have not

        So, you agree with Tom without seeing the actual contracts of Just Energy in Texas and other contracts in other regions. Without knowing if the contracts really say 100% green energy?

        I just want to see that 100% green energy on the contracts.

        And you are really degrading yourself and showing what kind of an uneducated, uncouth person you are by your nasty words.

        Oh, and you're not degrading yourself by calling me "nasty words"?

        YES: people should read their contracts. Unfortunately for them , some don't and sign whatever is put in front of the. It is their choice, and they chose to sign a contract without reading it. Who"s fault is that.

        That's exactly what I said – homeowners need to read the contract. Don't just listen to sale people in person and ONLINE.

        Many people signed because of misleading and deceptive sale tactics.

        If you go through "keyframe" and all the other negative blogs, you will find that they were done by the same person

        If you haven't notice, this website "keyframe5" have comments and posts from other people, not just me. You can click at the top of the page to post a complaint, review, or ask a question.

        What other blogs? It's not me that commented it, I don't have that much time.

        And again, I don't work for any natural gas and electric provider, just a regular consumer.

  3. Yet another fine example of the piece of trash, uneducated person you truly are! You don't even know how power to choose is created!!! Very funny!!! Why don't you go on there and really look at electric facts labels of these companies offering 7cents, you will fit right in with them, they are screwing people over with surcharges. Other than that, I see I struck a nerve, I try not to conversation too much with people like yourself that lower others intelligence. Enjoy your life of failing!

  4. If anyone is reading this. Make SURE you read your contract, do not just take their words for it.

    1. I am currently traveling east Asia – I won't be back for a long time and I don't live in some poor house.

      People need to be informed before signing, compare what is being offering in your area click here and your regulated local utilities before signing any long-term contract.

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