Market Prices: Green Energy 3/31

Posted on Posted in Bounce Energy, Champion Energy, Dynowatt, Fixed Rates, Gexa Energy, Green/Renewable Energy, Kinetic Energy, Southwest Power & Light, Trends, Variable Rates, YEP-Energy

Today is the day we take a look at the Texas electricity market and concentrate on the different plans and rates for 100% Green Energy plans. As always, this post is to help people who are shopping for new electricity plans this week and are interested in finding the best prices on 100% green electricity rates.

Green Variable Rates:

  • Dynowatt – 8.3
  • Kinetic Energy – 9.6
  • Southwest Power & Light – 9.8
  • Green 3 Month Plans

  • Gexa – 9.0
  • Southwest Power & Light – 9.7
  • YEP – 9.8
  • Green 6 Month Plans

  • Dynowatt – 10.0
  • Champion – 10.0
  • Bounce – 10.2
  • Green 1 Year Plans

  • Kinetic – 9.8
  • Southwest Power & Light – 9.9
  • Dynowatt – 10.0
  • Green 2 Year Plans

  • Kinetic – 11.2
  • Southwest Power & Light – 11.3
  • Gexa – 11.3
  • Ok, there’s the rates for Green energy plans that are in the marketplace this week. One again, be sure that the rates listed under the variable section aren’t simply promotional rates if you’re interested in selecting one of them as your electricity plan. Hopefully this helps everyone who is comparing prices on green electricity.

    3 thoughts on “Market Prices: Green Energy 3/31

      1. Loki,

        I do a snapshot of all TDSPs. One providers lowest price might be from Oncor, another’s might be from the AEP Central area. *Typically*, although not always, REPs have a relation between their prices.

        Lets say that someone sees a low price from a provider like Amigo energy, and they try to do some shopping. Well, they might not be able to get the lowest price I’d be showing from Amigo on the blog, but chances are Amigo would still have a very low rate for whatever reason that person lives in compared to the offers that other providers are offering in that region. Does that make sense?

        It’s a shopping guide, not an exact science, but I think it’s helpful to customers.

        Texas Electricity Ratings

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