Category: Energy 101

Learn the 101’s of deregulated energy in Texas. Understand how you can save more money on electricity while helping the environment by choosing a better energy plan.


Energy Price Increases: How to Minimize the Impact on Your Budget

Introduction Energy price increases are a major concern for many consumers, as they can have a significant impact on monthly budgets and overall financial well-being. Energy price increases occur when the cost of producing and delivering energy to homes and businesses goes up. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including an increase in


Power to Choose Texas: Your Guide to the Electric Choice Website

Power to Choose helps you navigate the Deregulated Electric Market Power to Choose is the official electric choice website of the Public Utility Commission of Texas. The website was created to empower Texas residents and businesses with the ability to compare and choose electric plans from different retail electric providers (REPs). The website is designed


Watts to Kilowatt Hours, Amps, and More: Electrify Your Knowledge About Electrical Measurements

Are you tired of being in the dark about your electricity usage? (Pun intended.) Well, you’re in luck because today we’re going to be talking about all things electrical units of measurement. But before we dive in, let’s define some key terms. A watt is the standard unit of power, which is a measure of


How Much Energy Do My Appliances Use?

Energy consumption of appliances is a significant factor to consider when it comes to reducing your carbon footprint and saving money on your energy bills. There are many appliances in a typical household that consume a significant amount of energy, and understanding the energy usage of each can help you make more informed decisions about


Smart Meter Texas: Everything You Need to Know

Smart Meter Texas (SMT) is a platform that allows customers and authorized users to access and review their electricity usage data. It aims to help customers manage their energy consumption.


Prepaid Electricity Plans: Benefits and Drawbacks

Prepaid electricity plans have become an increasingly popular option for residential and commercial customers in deregulated electricity markets, such as Texas. These plans allow customers to pay for their electricity usage in advance, rather than receiving a monthly bill based on their usage. In this article, we will explore the benefits and drawbacks of prepaid


Electricity 101 – How Power is Made and Delivered to Your Home

Every home and business uses electricity as part of a daily routine. It’s something most of us take for granted. It powers lights, computers, appliances, and allows us to cook. This little-understood force is what drives the modern world. But where does it come from? In this article, we’ll explore how power is made and


Electricity Prices – Why and How They Change?

Electricity prices are constantly changing and there is no way to reliably predict the cost of your electricity at any given moment. The price could jump up and down as you use it, or it might stay the same for days on end. It all depends. To have peace of mind you can sign up


Energy Regulated Cities in Texas

Regulated vs. De-Regulated Energy Texas deregulated its electricity sales market in 2002, opening the market to competition among Retail Electric Providers. It ended the monopoly of the electric utility companies over energy supply in the state of Texas. There are now over 120 competing power companies in Texas.  Currently, approximately 85% of Texas homeowners live


Is Your Electricity Contract Expiring?

Thanks to energy deregulation consumers have the freedom to choose their own electricity provider and to purchase electricity plans that fit their usage habits. However, by having this freedom comes a certain amount of responsibility. When your electricity contract expires, the good rate you got initially will come to an end. Make sure you act

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