texas electricity deregulation

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 – The History of Deregulation in Texas

October 27, 2011

The procedure of the deregulation in Texas started in 1999 when a senator from the state of Texas David Sibley, first introduced a law that would get rid of regulation of the rates of electricity and more importantly to eliminate the monopolization in the Texas power market with the aim of decreasing the prices of energy. The legislation […]

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How Texas Power Is Produced

January 27, 2011

How Texas Power Is Produced – Texas is increasingly focusing on renewable energy sources to provide for its customers’ energy needs. It leads the states in wind power generation, for example, and is also significantly focused on solar power and biomass energy sources development. Texas is especially well positioned to develop these energy sources; although less than 1% of Texas’ energy needs are provided by renewable energy at the present, this trend is shifting. As stated previously, Texas depends on imports for a large amount of its energy needs, but this, too, must change. To that end, experts in Texas are focusing on developing renewable energy, and Texas power companies are jumping on board by offering consumers the ability to buy “green energy” electricity.

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