In what I consider to be extremely poor tidings, Paul Ring of Energy Choice Matters is reporting that a judge in the Texas Courts is going to allow AEP to sell retail electricity as “AEP Retail Energy” under the license name AEP Texas Commercial & Industrial Retail Limited Partnership. I’ve written about this extensively before […]
In the past, I’ve had some pretty divergent opinions about deregulation and Texas Electricity with Loren Steffy, the chief energy writer at the Houston Chronicle. His latest article is no different, as I can’t help but roll my eyes at the usual swipes he can’t seem to help but take at the retail electricity market. […]
Here’s a couple articles I’ve seen the past few days which I found interesting that relate to the Texas electricity market, along with my thoughts. Most of it is market cap related, but there’s a welcome snippet at the bottom that would be great news for Texas.
Good news for people looking to save money on their Texas electricity bills. A few weeks back, I posted a blog entry talking about my experience with my smart meter while moving into a new home. One person in the comments section, David, immediately pointed out a two-day delay in data and being dissatisfied with […]
Everyone, I’ve been talking about updating the rankings for the past week or so, but we’ve been very busy getting the new Texas Electricity Ratings website launched and live. However, now that we’ve completed that, it is time to focus on the site’s core responsibility: Ranking Texas Electricity Providers and helping customers shop for electricity plans. We’ve […]
As I’m sure some of you may have noticed, Texas Electricity Ratings has recently undergone a very noticeable face-lift. The redesign has been a long time coming and required a lot of great work from many people, and I’m very excited about everything. There’s lots of great new things I can do behind the scenes […]