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Will my current service be interrupted if I switch to 4Change Energy from my current provider?Not at all. The electricity meter attached to your property only allows one provider to service your property at a time. You just need to call us to enroll. Once we submit your request for power through 4Change Energy, your service with your other provider will automatically switch over. You won’t even notice it.
How quickly will my service be turned on?It depends on what date you chose at enrollment and the time of day you enrolled. See your options below.
How do I report a power outage?Call your local TDU which is the company which owns the meters, wires and poles. You can locate the outage reporting number or other contact number for the TDU in your area in a number of places, including on our Support page, your Terms of Service Agreement, and on your bill.
What do I do if my electricity has been disconnected?Other than a power outage, your electricity is usually only disconnected if you have an outstanding balance. However, if we need to disconnect your power due to non-payment, we always issue a disconnection notice at least 10 days beforehand. Once you have paid your account balance in full—if your service is disconnected for non-payment—we’ll send a request to your TDU for power to be restored to your residence once we receive payment in full of the outstanding disconnection balance.
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