Texas Electricity Ratings Launches Mobile Shopping Apps

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Comparing Electricity Rates in Texas Made Easier Houston, TX, October 2, 2017 (Newswire) – Texas Electricity Ratings announced the launch of their Texas Electricity Ratings mobile apps, today. The apps feature customer reviews and allows users to compare major electricity suppliers and rates in the deregulated areas of Texas. Links to the apps can be […]

How to Find the Lowest Houston Electricity Rates

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Deregulation of electrical companies has given people across the Lone Star State the power to choose their own Texas electrical rates. However, many consumers don’t realize they have the freedom to pick from the best local rates available. In Houston alone, there are almost 100 different electrical plans in existence from a wide variety of […]

Compare Electricity Rates: 6 Month Plans in Houston

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Frontier Utilities has made a specialty out of six month plans. In an earlier article, we looked at plans that didn’t have Frontier’s high cancellation rates. If you’re looking for Houston electricity rates, and you’re not sure if you’ll be around for a full year, a 6 month plan might be the way to go. […]

Rate of the Week: Best Houston Green Electricity Plan

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Houston Green Energy Best Green Energy Rate in Houston In this Texas electricity provider comparison, we will track down and highlight the best greater municipalities Houston Green Energy Rates available. We narrowed down our search after reviewing numerous providers’ price disclosures (EFL). We then chose as the best environmentally friendly plan, the Green Energy 12 […]

Champion Energy Wins Customer Satisfaction Award for 2015

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After falling to Green Mountain Energy last year in the annual J.D. Power & Associates award for customer satisfaction, Champion Energy has regained the top spot in the coveted customer survey. Congratulations Champion Energy Services! This marks Champion Energy’s 5th finish

Excellent DMN Article Highlights Confusion in Texas Electricity Shopping

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In a recent article in the Dallas Morning News, Mitchell Schnurman does an outstanding job of highlighting several of the existing challenges with navigating the Texas electricity market. As someone who has operated a website for electricity in Texas for five years that prioritizes consumer advocacy, I’ve long been beating the drum that the best way […]

PUC Continues to Drop Ball on Consumer Advocacy?

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I revieve reader questions on a regular basis about how the PUC handles their ranking system. The general thrust is “I see there is a state rankings system for Texas electricity, but it looks dated.” Or “I don’t see the electricity provider that I’m interested in listed on the PUC’s page. What gives?” I wrote an […]

PUC Rules Electric Companies Can’t Alter Fixed Price Rates

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After the PUC voted to raise the market cape earlier this summer (with more cap raises coming in upcoming years), there were a lot of concerns about whether or not Texas electricity companies would alter the rates of their fixed rate electricity plans because of increased costs on their end. This was a controversial concept, […]