Texas Electricity Ratings Unveils New Tool for Electricity Shopping

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The Texas electricity market has been de-regulated since 2002, and Texas Electricity Ratings has been helping customers find the right electricity plans to meet their needs since 2008. While it’s hard to believe we’ve been doing this for 10 years, what sadly isn’t difficult to believe is that the Texas Electricity Market is still confusing, […]

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 […]

Best 6 Month Electricity Plan in Dallas

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In this Dallas Electricity Rates analysis we will determine the best 6-month plan available between the top three cheapest electricity providers in the metroplex area. Our top three contending power plans come from StarTex Power , Cirro Energy , and Frontier Utilities . StarTex Power was our top choice, giving Dallas consumers the best average […]

Texas Electricity Ratings Updates Summer Rankings

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Texas Electricity Ratings has updated their Texas electricity provider rankings heading into the hottest portion of the Texas summer shopping season. The goal is to ensure that shoppers have the most up to date information at their disposal while shopping for electricity providers. In preparation for the final stretch of the summer season, Texas Electricity […]

Reliant’s New Unlimited Electricity Plan: A Closer Look

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Recently Reliant Energy announced a new electricity plan for Texans, the Reliant Predictable 12 Plan. As the Houston Chronicle outlined, the plan calls for customers to sign a one-year electricity contract at a flat, monthly rate, regardless of electricity usage. This kind of plan is normal in other industries, specifically cell phone service providers, but […]

Power Generators Continue Campaign to Squeeze Texas Electricity Customers Dry

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In a turn of events that stuns absolutely no one, the energy generators in the state of Texas are once again attempting to leverage more money from the customers and retail electricity providers to line their pockets. And naturally, they are using the alleged, worst case scenario of an “energy shortage” in Texas and the […]

Is There an Texas Electricity Market Bubble?

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I’ve written before about my concerns about how Texas electricity companies are selling electricity plans at a loss, and I’ve written before about my thoughts on electricity companies potentially going out of business during summer months. Now, I’d like to take a look at something based on both of those concerns combining to cause 

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, […]