Tres Amigas Superstation Gets an Investor

As I’ve written before, the Tres Amigas Superstation which is being to constructed to connect America’s 3 major electricity grids is a great project. Well, the project recently received a 12 million dollar investment by Matsui, a Japanese company. Matsui will take an equity stake in the Tres Amigas.

This is great news because anything to stabilize and further the completion of the Tres Amigas plant is fantastic, in my opinion. To recap, the Tres Amigas plant will interconnect the 3 major electricity grids in the U.S.: the Texas electricity grid, the Eastern grid, and the Western grid. Right now Texas is almost completely cut off from the rest of the country. This makes it difficult to get additional power resources during times where there is an energy shortage. Perfect examples of this were last February’s cold snap, last summer’s record temperatures, and potentially this summer as well. In fact, during last summer’s record high temperatures, Texas had to purchase electricity from Mexico to get some relief because they have better connections there than with any of our bordering states.

The Tres Amigas plant would allow for excess energy from other grids to flow into Texas during times of crisis, which would be a huge stabilization factor for what is considered to be inadequate reserves in Texas. Additionally, during times of the year when Texas has excess energy, particularly wind or other green energy, the new development would allow for this to flow into the rest of the country. Right now some people question the cost of transporting wind energy from where it’s collected in the panhandle to places like Houston. Shipping it to New Mexico would be cheaper and allow for excess Texas green energy to flow into the rest of the country. In my opinion, everybody wins.

Anyway, as I’ve said, this is great news for Texans. Anything that encourages this plant to completion and operation is good for the whole country. Additionally, Matsui, the company investing in the superstation, has a vested interest in smart grid technology, Carbon Dioxide Emissions, and renewable energy. It stands to reason this means that the Tres Amigas will also implement many environmentally friendly technologies that should make Green Advocates happy.

Texas Electricity & Obama’s Clean Energy Agenda

President Obama’s been crossing the country and talking about the importance of Green Energy technology and how it is the future of America. He is touting it as a solution to America’s job problem, it’s energy problem in regards to a dependence of foreign oil, as well as hallmark to us improving as an environmentally friendly country. All of these would and are great things, but there are a lot of outstanding questions in regards to any potential moves and expansion made towards Green Technology, particularly in regards to Texas Electricity. The first question really needs to be: What constitutes Green Energy?

Traditionally, when someone says Green Energy, the first that comes to their mind is solar power, or wind powered energy. Which is fair, those are the greenest of the green technologies. But is that the only things being developed as part of the President’s proposed Aegis of green energy? To Texans, specifically, where does Natural Gas fall into the picture? We’re curious about this for a number of reasons. For starters, natural gas and the market prices of natural gas are what set the market rates for electricity in Texas. Which makes things interesting considering the debate that has been raging recently over the technological advancements in mining for natural gas in deposits of Shale.

Recent technology changes have allowed us to mine for natural gas in areas that were previously not financially viable or efficient. We can now use a chemical, water, and pressure based combination to “frack” rocks and siphon out the natural gas deposits between the rock cracks. Now where this all starts to get interesting is when you take into account whether or not this new ability to mine for natural gas deposits will be part of the Obama administration’s Green Energy initiatives.

What makes natural gas so compelling is that it would immediately achieve one of the goals President Obama has laid out about his green energy initiative: it would drastically reduce America’s dependency on foreign oil. Taking into account shale reserves, there is at least six times more natural gas available for mining than there was just a decade ago thanks to new technology. Additionally, natural gas burns substantially cleaner than oil or coal, which makes it a relatively green technology. Furthermore, current pipelines used to transport oil can be modified relatively easily to move natural gas. Natural gas can be used to power vehicles, and it is currently used to power most of the electricity generating plants in the Texas electricity market. And a final kicker? Long term, natural gas quite probably will end up being cheaper than wind or solar power.

The Fracking process is now without it’s potential drawbacks and controversy. Environmentalists say that not enough is yet known about the side effects of Fracking for natural gas, and there are also accusations that the process can contaminate groundwater sources and reservoirs, potentially contaminating drinking water. Some politicians are outraged that there is a lack of regulation over the process now.

Given that many environmentalists aren’t on board with new natural gas mining in shale deposits dampens the chances that it will be adopted under the umbrella of the President’s initiatives as a Green Energy. Which is interesting, because natural gas is fantastically more environmentally friendly than coal or oil. However, it were adopted, America could be looking at a relatively cheap energy transition, and the natural deposits located in the US, particularly in Texas, would give us energy independence and actually likely turn us into an exporter of natural gas to other countries. Texas electricity would likely benefit from even lower electricity prices, increased jobs, and economic security that our state will remain the energy capital of this country well into the future. The only question is whether or not natural gas will be seen by the right people as “green.” Fingers crossed.

Market Rates: Houston Electricity & Centerpoint 5/24

Good morning, everyone. Here is today’s shopping guide entry for Texas electricity, covering the Centerpoint TDSP. This includes electricity in Houston and the surrounding areas. The rates for Houston electricity are a little bit more expensive than Dallas electricity, but they’re still much cheaper than the rest of the state of Texas. To help shoppers get a head start on finding new electricity plans, below is a list of the most regularly ordered types of electricity plans in Texas, both short term month to month electricity plans, long term fixed rate electricity plans, and environmentally friendly green energy plans. The list below should be a good place for Houstonians to start shopping and save money.

Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • StarTex Power - 5.5
  • Reliant Energy – 5.5
  • Mega Energy – 5.6
  • Frontier Utilities – 6.4
  • Kinetic Energy – 6.6
  • Bounce Energy – 7.0
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 7.2
  • Reliant Energy – 7.3
  • Bounce Energy – 7.3
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.6
  • Dynowatt – 8.0
  • YEP – 8.2
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.0
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.0
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.3
  • Kinetic Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.0
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Brilliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • APNA Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Brilliant Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • Kinetic Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.9
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.5
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Kinetic Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Kinetic Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.3
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.4
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.4
  • cities covered in this shopping guide: Houston electricity; Baytown electricity; Kingwood electricity; Sugar Land electricity; Humble electricity; Galveston electricity; Pasadena electricity.

    Market Rates: West Texas Electricity 5/13

    Good morning, Texans. Today is the last Texas electricity shopping guide entry of the week. It examines the electric rates for Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP), which is a huge pocket of service in West Texas and smaller pockets all over the state. It provides service for: Fort Stockton electricity, League City Electricity, Lewisville electricity, Friendswood electricity, and more. The electricity prices are about on par with Abilene and San Angelo (AEP North), so they’re about a cent and a half-more than than Oncor’s region. Below are the cheapest electricity plans listed out by their service periods and green energy content.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 6.3
  • Reliant Energy – 6.4
  • StarTex Power - 6.6
  • Dynowatt – 6.7
  • Frontier Utilities – 6.7
  • Bounce Energy – 6.9
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Dynowatt - 7.2
  • Kinetic Energy – 7.3
  • Bounce Energy – 7.4
  • Reliant Energy – 7.4
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.5
  • YEP – 7.6
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • YEP – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.4
  • Reliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • YEP – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Amigo Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.7
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.7
  • YEP – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • YEP – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.9
  • Kinetic Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Market Rates: Dallas Electricity 5/02

    Good afternoon, everyone. Here’s our first Texas electricity shopping guide entry of the week, as well as for May. As always, our first shopping guide entry of the week examines the rates for electricity in Dallas and electricity in Fort Worth. The electricity prices in Dallas continue to be the cheapest in the state of Texas, but even so it’s important to understand the pricing market and rate floor before shopping for Texas electricity. The list below includes the most commonly selected kinds of electricity plans, from long term fixed rate electricity plans, to environmentally friendly green energy plans, and month to month electricity plans.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 5.0
  • StarTex Power – 5.1
  • Mega Energy – 5.2
  • Kinetic Energy – 5.8
  • Frontier Utilities – 5.9
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6.5
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 7.0
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.1
  • Reliant Energy- 7.1
  • Bounce Energy – 7.2
  • YEP – 7.2
  • Dynowatt – 7.9
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.1
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.1
  • APNA Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • APNA Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Amigo Energy - 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Reliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Brilliant Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Amigo Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Kinetic Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.5
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.5
  • Market Rates: Houston Electricity 4/26

    Good morning, everyone. Today’s entry into our shopping guide for Texas electricity covers the prices for Centerpoint, which includes Houston electricity. The electricity rates in Houston are lower than most other areas of Texas, but even as a low priced area, the increasing summer temperatures will end up raising the rates sooner rather than later. The most commonly ordered electricity plans are listed below and include: long term fixed rate electricity plans, month to month electricity plans, and environmentally friendly green energy plans. The list below is a good place to start the shopping process and save money.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 5.4
  • StarTex Power – 5.4
  • Mega Energy – 5.6
  • Kinetic Energy – 5.7
  • Frontier Utilities – 6.4
  • Bounce Energy – 7.0
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 7.2
  • Reliant Energy – 7.3
  • Bounce Energy – 7.3
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.6
  • YEP – 8.2
  • Dynowatt – 8.4
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.3
  • Brilliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • YEP – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • Brilliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Gexa Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.3
  • Reliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.3
  • Brilliant Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.9
  • Kinetic Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.0
  • Amigo Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.0
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Gexa Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Kinetic Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Kinetic Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.2
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.3
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.4
  • Market Rates: Houston Electricity 4/12

    Good morning, folks. Here is the second entry of the week of our Texas Electricity shopping guide. Today’s pricing update examines the lowest market prices for Houston electricity. The electricity prices in Houston are almost as low as they are in Dallas, but it’s still important to understand where rates start when searching for new electricity providers. The list below covers the most commonly ordered plans in the Texas electricity market, including long term fixed rate electricity plans, month to month electricity plans, and environmentally friendly plans made from green energy.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 5.3
  • Reliant Energy – 5.5
  • StarTex Power – 5.5
  • Mega Energy – 5.6
  • Texas Power – 6.1
  • Frontier Utilities – 6.4
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Texas Power – 6.5
  • Kinetic Energy – 7.2
  • Reliant Energy – 7.3
  • Bounce Energy – 7.3
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.6
  • YEP – 8.2
  • Dynowatt – 8.2
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.3
  • YEP – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • Brilliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • APNA Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Brilliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Gexa Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.3
  • Brilliant Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.9
  • APNA Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.9
  • Amigo Energy - 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.0
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Gexa Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.3
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.4
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 10.5
  • Market Rates: Dallas Electricity 4/4

    Good afternoon, everyone. Today’s Texas electricity shopping guide entry is for Dallas electricity. The Oncor region has the most residents in Texas, and it also happens to have the cheapest electricity rates in Texas. While the rates are low right now, that won’t last forever. Now is the best time for customers looking for Texas electricity to get great deals on electricity rates. Pretty soon, the electricity rates will inevitably start to rise as the summer heat kicks in, so now is when shoppers should be looking to lock in the lowest priced electricity plans to get them through the summer heat.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 5.0
  • StarTex Power – 5.2
  • Mega Energy – 5.2
  • Reliant Energy – 5.2
  • Texas Power – 5.6
  • Frontier Utilities – 5.9
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Texas Power – 6.0
  • Kinetic Energy – 7.0
  • Reliant Energy – 7.1
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.1
  • YEP – 7.2
  • Bounce Energy – 7.2
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.0
  • APNA – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.1
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.1
  • APNA Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Brilliant Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.4
  • Amigo Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.4
  • Amigo Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Brilliant Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.7
  • Amigo Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.4
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.5
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • YEP – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Market Rates: West Texas and TNMP 4/1

    Good morning, everyone, and happy Friday. Here’s our last Texas electricity shopping guide of the week, this one for West Texas and the general Texas New Mexico Power footprint. For the most part, there’s a big pocket of electricity service in West Texas, but there’s also a bunch of smaller pockets all over Texas that are serviced by TNMP. For all these areas, the electricity plans below are an accurate list of the lowest electricity rates for this service area, listed out by the most common type of plan. Included are month to month electricity plans, long term fixed rate electricity plans, and environmentally friendly green energy plans.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 6.5
  • Reliant Energy – 6.6
  • Texas Power – 6.6
  • Frontier Utilities – 6.7
  • StarTex Power- 6.8
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.0
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 7.0
  • Texas Power – 7.0
  • Bounce Energy – 7.4
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.5
  • YEP – 7.6
  • Dynowatt – 7.8
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Gexa Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • YEP – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.4
  • Gexa Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Amigo Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.5
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 8.9
  • Amigo Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.2
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.7
  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.7
  • Gexa Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • YEP – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.7
  • Gexa Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Southwest Power & Light – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.7
  • YEP – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.8
  • Market Rates: Dallas Electricity 5/21

    Happy Monday, everyone. I hope everyone had a pleasant weekend. As usual, we kick off the Texas Electricity Ratings shopping guide with Metroplex Monday, which examines Dallas electricity and Fort Worth electricity. This is by far the cheapest region in Texas when it comes to electricity rates, but it’s still important to understand the market pricing for this region in order to save money on electricity. Below is a list of the most common electricity plans from some of the most known and respected electricity providers operating in Texas.

    Month to Month Electricity Plans:

  • Mega Energy – 5.2
  • Kinetic Energy – 5.4
  • Reliant Energy – 5.4
  • Texas Power – 5.6
  • StarTex Power – 5.8
  • Frontier Utilities – 5.9
  • Month to Month Green Electricity Plans:

  • Kinetic Energy – 6.0
  • Texas Power – 6.0
  • Southwest Power & Light – 7.1
  • Reliant Energy – 7.1
  • YEP – 7.2
  • Bounce Energy – 7.2
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.0
  • Amigo Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.0
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.1
  • APNA Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.1
  • APNA Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.0
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Amigo Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • APNA Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.0
  • StarTex Power – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Amigo Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Long Term Fixed Rate Green Electricity Plans:

  • Reliant Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.3
  • Mega Energy – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Southwest Power & Light – 6 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.6
  • Mega Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Amigo Energy – 12 Month Fixed Plan – 8.8
  • Tara Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.1
  • Southwest Power & Light – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.5
  • Mega Energy – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6
  • YEP – 24 Month Fixed Plan – 9.6