Power To Choose To Become More Consumer Oriented?

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Recently it was announced that Power To Choose will be launching a new website on May 6th, with the hope that the new site will be “more focused on the shopping experience.”  Also, notable is that shoppers will now be able to rate retail electricity providers. Hmm. That sounds familiar. I think there’s another Texas […]

PUC Denies AEP to Sell Electricity in Texas as “AEP Retail Energy.”

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In what I consider great news, and despite an earlier ruling by a Texas judge, last week the PUC voted 2-1 to forbid AEP from using the name “AEP Retail Energy” to sell electricity in the state of Texas. I wrote extensively about what I saw as the dangers of selling Texas electricity under the […]

AEP Gets Approval To Sell Texas Electricity as AEP Retail Energy

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in AEP Retail Energy, Centerpoint, ONCOR, PUC/ERCOT, Texas Electricity, Texas Electricity News, Trends

In what I consider to be extremely poor tidings, Paul Ring of Energy Choice Matters is reporting that a judge in the Texas Courts is going to allow AEP to sell retail electricity as “AEP Retail Energy” under the license name AEP Texas Commercial & Industrial Retail Limited Partnership. I’ve written about this extensively before […]

Texas Electricity, TCAP, and a Biased “History” – Part Four

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in Deregulated Electricity, PUC/ERCOT, TER News, Texas Deregulated Electricity, Texas Electricity, Texas Electricity News

Yes, I’m still writing blog posts about TCAP’s recent release of their “history” of deregulated electricity in Texas which they have been still pushing out heavily through PR channels the past couple weeks. I know I initially said I didn’t want to do a 10 part series on this topic, but I never said it […]