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Veterans Day 2013 brought a new electric company and a helpful incentive for active military
Welcome Veteran Energy to TrueCost

Posted by Troy Donovan on 11/13/2013 at 12:53 AM

A big welcome to Veteran Energy, the latest retail electric company to join TrueCost! What a great coincidence they're joining so near to Veterans Day.  

Veteran Energy founder and military veteran, Kevin Barber, started his company in 2010 with a mission to give back to those who've served and currently serve our country. A portion of the company's profits is donated to community-level veteran and active-duty military service organizations. Veteran Energy launched today on TrueCost with competitively priced plans. Learn more about their company and see their plans here.

There's more. TriEagle Energy recently announced that they will waive initial deposits for active duty U.S. military. To apply for this waiver after any plan you've enrolled in through TrueCost, please follow up directly with TriEagle Energy's customer service team. You'll need to provide a valid military ID. Any of TriEagle Energy's current plans qualify for the waiver. Learn more about TriEagle, read customer-submitted reviews and view their plans here.

To my fellow veterans and those currently serving, I want to THANK YOU for your service!

 

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