If you are attached to a large power grid, you aren't getting 100% renewable energy. When you or your business invest in green power, you support green energy suppliers and guarantee that a share of the electrons on the grid is renewable. The more people commit to green energy, the greener the grid will be.
Drift offsets your electricity usage by purchasing high quality certified credits at a fair price and provides transparency about what type of clean energy credits you are inserting into the grid.
This is our simplest plan, designed for people who want a fixed budget. You choose a set monthly amount at as little as five dollars, and we buy renewable energy credits for you to offset the equivalent amount of your energy consumption. This allows you to customize your impact to your budget. You can see how much energy you would offset here.
As a Custom Impact subscriber, you will pay your power bill to your utility provider as you do now, and your Drift subscription and energy offset will be billed separately every month.
When you choose the Drift 100 plan, you will be switching to Drift as your 100% renewable electricity supplier.
Your current utility company will still manage the grid and deliver energy to your residence. Drift will only bill you for your electricity supply while your current utility company bills you for delivery.
With the Drift 100 plan, your bill amount varies month to month depending on your consumption and electricity prices. Drift eliminates unnecessary fees and uses technology to find you the best price possible.
Drift 24/7 plan uses your consumption data to hourly match your load with 100% renewable energy every hour, every day. You will know exactly where your money goes every month, and you will be able to monitor when and where your clean power was generated.
This plan is ideal for enterprises that want to lead the path to a future run 24/7 on renewable energy. Please contact us from our enterprise page for more information about how Drift can help you position your brand as a leader in renewable energy.
Our Custom Impact plan is ideal for those who want to choose exactly how much money they want to spend and how much impact they want to have per month.
Our Drift 100 plan is ideal for customers who want to switch to 100% renewable energy. Note: you can find out if this plan is available in your area by visiting our plans page.
Our Drift 24/7 plan is ideal for enterprises looking to pave the way towards a future that runs 24/7 on renewable energy.
Drift offers credit, debit, and ACH (bank account) payment options. Credit and debit services are securely managed by StripeStripe, opens in new tab and ACH by PlaidPlaid, opens in new tab.
None of our plans require additional equipment or installations. Just sign up, and we'll take care of the rest.
You should keep your current utility provider. If you sign up for our Custom Impact or Drift 24/7 plans, our subscription runs independently of your utility provider. If you sign up for our Drift 100 plan, we will take care of switching your service for you.
If you are a Custom Impact customer, you don't have to do anything!
If you are a Drift 100 customer, please contact Drift Support to update your mailing address, service address or to add a new property to your current Drift account. If you’d like to have a separate account for a new property just go back through the sign-up process.
Please contact Drift Support to update your email address. As soon as we update your email address, you'll be able to log in to your account with the updated email.
To change your payment method, log in to your Drift account, navigate to the "My Account" page and then to the "Payment” tab.
To change your password, log in to your Drift account and navigate to the "My Account" page. Once you're there, enter your current password and new password to complete the process.
Please contact Drift Customer Support to help you cancel or change your plan.
As an electricity supplier only, Drift is not responsible for the reliability of your electric service physically and cannot make any changes to it. The local electric utility is responsible for the "poles and wires", and will continue to make sure you have reliable service.
If there is an electrical (or gas) emergency call 911. Otherwise, if you do have a service outage, contact your local utility company to report the outage.
You can contact our support team in a number of ways: