Pre-Paid Electricity and PUC Rule Changes

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Here’s an article that hit the Dallas Morning News recently, talking about the problems that exist currently with Pre-Paid Electricity providers and their customers. Currently the PUC is criticizing the potential issues that can occur with Pre-Paid customers in the Texas Electricity and PUC laws that currently don’t take into account the differences between regular […]

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, […]

What’s New On Texas Electricity Ratings

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Well, lots has been going on recently with Texas Electricity Ratings. For starters, we’ve made a couple changes on the site, and I’d like to take this time to run down a few of the changes we’ve made, as well as the different things I’m seeing in the electricity market from my spot behind the […]

PUC Responds to Customer Complaints, Helps People Switch Providers

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In what is fantastic news for all Texans living in deregulated electricity markets, the PUC has made some sweeping moves to reduce the hassle of customers attempting to switch electricity providers. This is fantastic news, and I can’t stress this enough. In the past, customers attempting to switch to new electricity companies had to hurdle […]