Monthly Archives: March 2012

Energy company rates

If Texas is your place of residence, you should pay attention to how much you are paying for your electric bills. Previously, PUCT (Public Utility Commission of Texas) used to set rates for your electric bills. However, since the deregulation … Continue reading

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Best electricity provider in Texas

While shopping for electricity services, you need to understand the choices available in order to find the best electricity provider in Texas. However, with many suppliers offering varied plans to woo customers, it often becomes a daunting task to select … Continue reading

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Why should businesses shop for electricity?

As compared to ordinary residential areas, more electrical power is used by business establishments. What’s more, as the business expands and grows, electrical consumption increases too, which in turn causes the cost of operations go north. Since energy companies often … Continue reading

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10 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bills

Texas residents probably still remember vividly how the state underwent a rash of Texas electricity emergencies after the extremely hot summer heat forced consumers to use more electricity, threatened grid reserve levels, sparked increases in electricity rates, and put the state on a brink … Continue reading

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What Will a Cool Summer Mean for Electricity Companies and Consumers in Texas?

If you live in the United States, you may be living in any of the four climate regions in this nation, particularly cool, hot-arid, hot-humid, and temperate. Texas residents on the other hand experience a temperate zone if they live … Continue reading

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What Will a Hot Summer Mean for Electricity Companies and Consumers in Texas?

2011 was a tumultuous year for Texas electricity companies and consumers as the state was brought to the brink of continuous blackouts during two extreme periods of hot and cold. A deep freeze experienced earlier in February last year put electricity generation … Continue reading

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