Market Rates: Texas New Mexico Power 3/4

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Happy Friday, everyone. The final entry into the Texas Electricity shopping guide for the week, as always, will take a look at the Texas New Mexico Power region. The TNMP region is made up by a huge bubble of service in west Texas, as well as a handful of smaller pockets all over the state. Read More

Market Rates: North Texas 3/3

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Good morning, everyone. The Texas electricity shopping guide of the day will be taking a look at North Texas. This covers electricity in Abilene and electricity in San Angelo. The electricity rates in this area are pretty expensive, compared to other areas of Texas, but still relatively low in general. However, that doesn’t mean that Read More

Market Rates: South Texas Electricity 3/2

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Good morning, everyone. This blog entry for the Texas Electricity Ratings shopping guide is going to cover the electric rates for South Texas (AEP-Central TDSP), which is by far the most expensive in Texas. That makes leveraging the advantages of the deregulated Texas electricity market particularly important in this part of the state. The rates Read More

Market Rates: West Texas & TNMP 2/25

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Here’s our second shopping guide of the day for theTexas electricity market. This entry covers the Texas New Mexico Power (TNMP) footprint. This includes a large pocket of service in West Texas, as well as lots of smaller pockets of service all over the state. The electric rates in this TDSP are middle of the Read More

Market Rates: North Texas 2/25

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Good Morning, everyone. It’s Friday, and I’ll be doubling up on pricing guides because I missed out on one yesterday. First on the list is the North Texas area, which will list out the prices for electricity in Abilene and electricity in San Angelo, among other places. The electric rates in North Texas are still Read More

Market Rates: Dallas Electricity 2/21

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Good morning. I hope everyone had a good weekend, and the idea of heading back to work isn’t too depressing. Texas Electricity Ratings is back with a Monday look at the metroplex, which includes Dallas electricity and Fort Worth electricity. The electric rates in the Oncor footprint are consistently the cheapest in Texas, but that Read More

Market Rates: Houston Electricity 2/8

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Good afternoon, everyone. Our second shopping guide entry of the day examining the rates in the Texas electricity market will focus on Centerpoint Energy. Centerpoint covers Houston electricity. Electric rates in Houston are more expensive than the prices available in Dallas, but there’s still plenty of opportunities to save money, particularly on long term electricity Read More

Market Rates: TNMP 2/4

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The finaly entry into this week’s Texas electricity shopping guide takes a look at the Texas New Mexico Power footprint. Previously, I’ve simply referred to this area as West Texas, because there’s a huge pocket in their service area in West Texas. However, TNMP also has large pockets of serviceability around Dallas, as well as Read More

Market Rates: North Texas 2/3

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Greetings everyone, welcome to Day 2 of the great Texas freeze, 2011. To ward off the cold, the demand for electricity in Texas has reached extremely high levels, resulting in rolling blackouts throughout the state. The idea is to inconvenience some people temporarily, as opposed to inconvenience scores of people for hours or even days. Read More

Market Rates: West Texas 1/28

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Friday means the last entry into this week’s Texas electricity shopping guide. Today’s region is West Texas (TNMP service area), and the list below names some of the most respected Texas electricity providers with the lowest starting electric rates in Texas. Like all the other shopping guide entries, the list below points out month to Read More