When you sign up for a variable-rate plan, the price you pay per kilowatt-hour (kWh) will be determined month by month. Electricity prices are always changing. Many factors will affect the price month to month. Some are within Rhythm's control, and some are not. For example, if market rates drop, then your bill could be lower, but if high temperatures or increased demand drive up market rates, then your bill could increase.
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- What is Rhythm’s 30-Day Test Drive?
- What is the Refer A Friend program?
- Will Rhythm reimburse my current supplier's ETF?
- Does Rhythm offer renewable energy plans?
- Will Rhythm purchase my excess solar electricity?
- Do I need to send a cancellation to my current provider?
- There is a switch hold on the home I am moving into. What can I do?
- How can I satisfy a deposit?
- What is a fixed rate plan?
- What is a variable-rate energy plan?