Texas Electricity Rates

  1. Are You Working From Home In Houston? Here Are Some Tips For Making Sure Your Energy Bill Doesn't Increase Too Much!

    Are You Working From Home In Houston? Here Are Some Tips For Making Sure Your Energy Bill Doesn't Increase Too Much!

    The new work-from-home trend is causing many Texas homeowners to use much more electricity than normal. In fact, prior to the pandemic, most Houston-area residents used most of their electricity from 4PM to 10PM on weekdays and from 8AM - 10PM on weekends. Now, with many people working from home, that energy usage trend has […]

  2. Power To Choose Alternative: Shop Texas Electricity Rates

    Power To Choose Alternative: Shop Texas Electricity Rates

    Power To Choose Alternatives Click on the section below to skip ahead to the topic that interests you!   About Power To Choose Texas Power To Choose Pitfalls Top 3 Advantages of Using a Power To Choose Alternative If you are curious about the Texas PUC's electricity shopping website, Power To Choose, and maybe finding […]

  3. How Do I Choose An Energy Supplier In Texas?

    How Do I Choose An Energy Supplier In Texas?

    If you live in Texas then you know that you must choose an energy supplier for your home or business. But with so many suppliers in the market offering so many different rate plans, what is the best way to choose a Texas energy supplier? Here are some tips… Search By Your Zip Code It […]

  4. How Can I Compare Electric Rates In Texas?

    How Can I Compare Electric Rates In Texas?

    There are many ways to shop for electricity in Texas. Since there are hundreds of energy suppliers and energy companies in Texas offering rate plans, it can become confusing trying to find the best rate offer. Using an online tool such as Power To Choose or our online energy shopping website is the simplest way […]

  5. Who Has The Cheapest Electricity Rates In Texas

    Who Has The Cheapest Electricity Rates In Texas

    While electricity rates in Texas change daily and go up and down with the energy market, there are certain retail electric providers that seem to have the most competitive rates. Electric rates in Texas vary by utility, zip code, and customer type, so the best way to find the supplier with the cheapest power rates […]

  6. How Much Does A kWh Cost In Texas?

    How Much Does A kWh Cost In Texas?

    A kilowatt hour or kWh, is a measurement of electricity and is how electricity rates in Texas are set. In fact, if you are signing up for a fixed-rate plan with a Texas electricity provider then you will pay a certain price per kilowatt hour or $/kWh. Electric rates in Texas change almost every day […]

  7. Where Does Texas Electricity Come From?

    Where Does Texas Electricity Come From?

    If you live in Texas, you might be wondering where all the electricity comes from. Or, you might not think about it at all (ha!). Either way, it is important to understand where electricity in Texas comes from and what factors affect your utility bill each month. Check out the chart below and see a […]

  8. Why Are Texas Electric Rates So High?

    Why Are Texas Electric Rates So High?

    If you’re like most Texans, you have felt the increase in Texas electricity rates in your residential or commercial utility bills. In fact, Texas power prices have risen over 50% since this time last year, just like the rest of the United States. But why are electric rates so high? We will shed some light […]

  9. Are Texas Electricity Rates Going Up?

    Are Texas Electricity Rates Going Up?

    Texas has historically been one of the lowest-priced states when it comes to electricity and natural gas rates. In fact, electricity rates in Texas have been rated some of the lowest in the United States. Texas was voted the 46th cheapest state for electricity out of all 50 U.S. states, with Wyoming coming in at […]

  10. Is Green Energy Right For My Texas Home? What Are The Best Ways To Save And Support The Environment?

    Is Green Energy Right For My Texas Home? What Are The Best Ways To Save And Support The Environment?

    Renewable energy in Texas is growing and becoming a larger portion of the total electricity generation makeup in the state. In fact, according to the chart below from ERCOT, Wind accounted for just shy of 25% of Texas's total electricity generation, and solar was just shy of 5%. These numbers are expected to grow in […]

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