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When is the best time to shop for a new plan?

Ever wondered when the best time to shop and get cheaper electricity? We’ll break it down to you in simple terms. Whether you’re stuck with high monthly bills or you’re a pro at understanding energy stuff, we’re here to tell you when you can snag the best deals. Lock in a Contract If you’re dealing


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


The Hottest Month in Texas

Introduction Texas is known for its hot and sunny weather, particularly during the summer months. With an average high temperature of 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius) in July, it’s no wonder that Texas is considered one of the hottest states in the United States. However, the hottest month in Texas can vary depending on


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


Deregulated Energy in Texas

Texans enjoy the most freedom to choose the energy plan that fits them and a healthy competitive energy market that allows them to save money.


Transmission Distribution Utility (TDU) Charges in Texas

A TDU, or Transmission and Distribution Utility, is the company that is responsible for the infrastructure to deliver electricity to your home. They are responsible for the creation upkeep, and maintenance of the energy infrastructure, from the grids to your home.


What is an ESID?

An ESID number is your Electronic Service Identifier. This number is given by your electric utility company to uniquely identify your property address. While the numbering system may differ between electric transmission and delivery utility companies, each ESID is unique to a meter.


What is deregulated energy?

Deregulated energy markets are where energy utility companies are not able to sell electricity directly to the end consumer. Instead, the client can choose between many REPs (Retail Electric Providers), this creates a competitive market that results in lower prices for homeowners and businesses.

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