power to choose

Texas Power Companies Don’t Like New EPA Rulings

November 3, 2011

The majority of Texas power companies have rejected the latest ruling of the Environmental Protection Agency with regards to the reduction of air contamination. Although the state of Texas may be hit the hardest and could possibly face different problems including an insurmountable energy calamity and an unmanageable instability in the Texas electricity sector. The […]

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Texas Power in the News

November 1, 2011

In every part of the world, electricity is a vital part for it runs our cities, buildings, homes, and appliances – It powers our life. Texas power is now becoming more diverse and the customers now have a variety of choices. In the past, one company provided all parts of your Texas power service (generation, transmission, and distribution, and […]

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Texas Power Companies

September 14, 2010

Texas Power Companies – These days, the Texas electricity consumer has a choice when it comes to providers. For over 75 percent of Texas, consumers have the power to choose between providers so that they get the best rates and the best service possible; by having providers compete against each other for your business, you, the customer, are assured that you’re going to get the best electric service provider for the lowest rate possible.

ChooseEnergy.com is one site that can help you do your comparison-shopping, with all of the top electric providers easily available to you in one place. Let’s take a look at several of those top providers.

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Different Kinds of Texas Power Plants

August 10, 2010

Texas is one of the states in this country where you have the power to choose your Retail Electric Provider, as well as who supplies the electricity to your home. Now instead of power plants that are still using fossil fuels to generate electricity, you can choose plants that generate electricity from clean and green energy sources. In fact there are many different Texas power plants that now produce energy from alternative sources, such as wind turbine farms, as well as solar power arrays.

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