Record Low Electricity Rates

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Here’s an exceptional article that was recently in the Ft. Worth Star Telegram. And it’s not just a fantastic article because we like the message it’s giving us (prices are low and might get lower) but also because it gives a couple great insights into the natural gas markets and it’s relation to electricity rates […]

Houston & Dallas Have the Highest Utility Bills

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I stumbled across this article in the Houston Chronicle that has some pretty interesting information. The general gist of it is that Houstonians have the highest Utility Bills in the country. When they say Utility Bills, they mean a combination of electricity service, cable, internet service, and phone service. This doesn’t include cell phone service, […]

Texas Electricity Ratings To Include J.D. Power Award

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In a companion entry to my last Blog Post, as well as some conversation that has taken place on the Texas Electricity Ratings facebook page I’d like to announce that in the near future, the Texas Electricity Ratings ranking system will include the J.D. Power and Associates customer satisfaction survey. This just gives Texas Electricity […]

Texans Unhappy With Their Electricity Providers

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I ran across a great article from the Houston Business Journal the other day, and I want to talk about a few quick points mentioned in the article that I found interesting. In short, Texans are unhappier with their electric companies than they were just a few years ago. The article is based on the […]

Great Overview of the Texas Electricity Market

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This week, I ran across a fantastic article from the Wall Street Journal that talks about the Texas heat this summer (particularly in Central Texas). The article talks about why electricity bills remain high overall despite low natural gas prices resulting in cheap electricity. Now, the reason for which the article was written a pretty […]