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Texas has a diverse landscape; you could live at the beach, nestled in the hills or secluded in the forests. But did you know that many of the energy markets in these areas have been deregulated? That simply means the Texas legislature gave residents the option to choose among retail electricity companies.
Deregulation opened up the market to competitive electricity companies by separating the supply and delivery portions of your electricity service. Before 2002, when the bill was passed, your utility was the only company that supplied energy in its service territory. But since then the state has allowed electricity companies to enter the energy market and compete for your business. You can take advantage of their rivalry by comparing the supply rates and plans offered in your area. By comparing offers from more than one electric company, you might find lower electric rates.
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If you are nervous that switching to a new electric company is going to be complicated, don't worry. Getting a new energy supply and new electric rates is as easy as picking up the phone. But first you have to make a very important energy decision: which electric company to choose.
In Texas you have a lot of options when it comes to electricity companies. Each one offers different electric rates, diverse plan choices and unique customer service options. It's imperative to pick the electric company that offers the best plan for your needs.
The best place to start is by checking out your current energy rate. Dig out your previous energy bills and look for your rate, it will be listed in kilowatt hours (kWh). Compare that rate to the electric rates offered by each electric company in your area. If your current rate is higher than what is competitively offered in the energy market, it may be time to switch. After you have selected the supplier that suits your needs, make the call to set up your new energy supply service.