Improving Texas Green Efficiency

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Here is an interesting article from the Ft. Worth Star Telegram. It recounts evolution of the PUC demands on improving energy efficiency and green concerns in the world of Texas electricity ever since the market deregulated in 2000. It’s a pretty interesting read. In short, the article talks about how since the market deregulated, there Read More

Oncor Unrolls Energy Incentives

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Here’s a link to an article in the Ft. Worth Star Telegram that details all of the Energy Incentives and Programs that Oncor is unveiling this year. Since Oncor operates a deregulated electric area of Texas, they’re bound to put forth a number of energy efficiency programs to help customers save money. They’re required to Read More

Market Prices 3/17 – Green Energy

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Ok, it’s Wednesday, and that means we’re going to take a look at the prices on the different environmentally friendly electric rates and plans. And this works out perfectly, because by complete luck and coincidence, St. Patrick’s Day is today, so it’s the perfect day to check out all things green, including Green Energy. Month 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 3/15 – Month to Month

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Ok, it’s Monday, so that means we’ll take a look at the Month to Month plans (variable and indexed) and what some of the lowest and highest rates we’re seeing in the Texas deregulated electricity market. I wrote up an earlier article today on Promotional Rates that I think everyone should give a read before Read More

Market Prices – Green Plans 3/10

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Ok, today we’re going to take a look at the prices for different green plans in the Texas deregulated electricity market. As last week, I’m only taking a look at 100% green plans, as anything less than that that some REPs pass of as “green electricity” plans rings completely hollow with me. Anyway, here we Read More

Market Prices 2/9 – Fixed Plans

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Amigo Energy, Brilliant Energy, Champion Energy, Dynowatt, Fixed Rates, Gexa Energy, Kinetic Energy, Southwest Power & Light, Spark Energy, YEP-Energy

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

Prices in the Marketplace: Month to Month

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Last week, I posted a list of the prices in the marketplace as of Monday morning. As long as deregulated electricity is present in Texas, there’s going to be constant price changes on a week to week basis. So each week I’m going to try and post the lowest (and highest) prices in the marketplace. Read More