Marktet Prices: Fixed Rate Plans 4/20

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Here’s this week’s shopping guide for Fixed Rate plans in the Texas electricity market. Hopefully this well help anyone shopping for new electricity providers and plans lock in some low rates before the summer heat kicks into overdrive. Cheapest 3 Month Fixed Plans: Bounce Energy – 8.4 Gexa Energy – 8.5 StarTex Power – 8.8 Read More

Market Prices: Fixed Rates 4/13

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Tuesdays mean that we take a look at the fixed rate prices in the landscape of the Texas electricity marketplace. At this point, I’m sure I sound like a broken record, but right now I really encourage people to take a look at the fixed rate plans. With the heat of a Texas summer barreling Read More

Market Prices: Month to Month Plans 4/12

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It’s Monday, and I hope this week’s look at month to month electricity rates finds everyone in good health and coming off a good weekend. Rates are still rock bottom, so now’s the time to take advantage of the market prices that the Texas electricity market is presenting. As always, make sure that you read Read More

Market Prices: Month to Month Rates 4/5

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Greetings, everyone. Hopefully everybody had a great Easter weekend, preferably ones that came with a day off from work. Anyway, to start the week as always I’m going to list out the best prices for Month to Month Plans electric rates in the market this week. Make sure that if you’re shopping for these plans, Read More

Market Prices 3/16: Fixed Rate Plans

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Ok, today we’re going to look at the Texas electricity market prices for Fixed Rate plans. As always, we’ll take a look at the best prices for the different time periods. This should help everyone looking to shop for new plans this week and want to lock in a low price long term. 3 Months Read More

Market Prices 2/9 – Fixed Plans

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Today’s list of Market Prices post topic in the deregulated electricity market is for Fixed Plans. Hopefully this post will help out shoppers that are looking for new electricity service and are specifically seeking more long-term options than Month to Month pricing. Hopefully this list of electric rates will help. Without further ado: 3 months: Read More

Market Prices – Fixed Plans

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Yesterday, I posted about some of the electric rates this week in the Texas market. The focus then was on Variable Rates. Today, I want to take a look at the Fixed Rate plans. Since there’s a lot of different time periods, I’m just going to list the top 3 or 5 Texas electric providers, Read More

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 Read More