The energy drink maker Connexus has teamed up with its competitor Coke to offer customers discounts on their energy bills.
Bloomberg News reports the deal is part of a partnership between Coke and energy drinks maker EnergyMax, which already has partnerships with the likes of PepsiCo, Anheuser-Busch InBev and Budweiser.
The deal will allow Connexus customers to save up to 50 percent on their electricity bills, according to Bloomberg.
Cooke Energy Drink is available at more than 1,200 retailers and online retailers like Amazon and Walmart, but Connexus Energy Drink only costs $4.99 per day.
The energy drinks brand offers energy drinks like the EnergyMax Super Plus, which includes an extra 8 grams of sugar.
Coke Energy Max has a 3-ounce bottle that can deliver up to 100 calories per 8 ounces of juice.
The EnergyMax Energy drink is available in cans, bottles and tumblers.