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Benefits of Electricity Deregulation for Texas Residents
Thu. Jun 01, 2017 07:48 PM
 

Since the Texas energy market was deregulated in 2002, most parts of Texas have enjoyed a deregulated electricity market. Deregulation provides Texans with a great opportunity to save money on their electricity bills, as eligible consumers have the power to choose their electricity provider. Keep reading to learn all about deregulation.

First, what is electricity deregulation? In a nutshell, deregulation takes a market served by one electricity company and opens it up for competition from multiple companies. This forces electricity companies to compete against each other, which fosters competitive pricing.

Electricity delivery is still handled by the same "poles and wires" company, but you buy electricity from a Retail Electricity Provider (REP) that handles customer service and billing. It's as simple as that.

Use the power that Texas deregulation has given you as a consumer and shop around for the best electric rates.  You can enter your zip code at Electricity Shopping to get the best rates.

So why switch electric companies? Here are the top reasons electricity deregulation is good for you: Pay less for electricity, find renewable energy options, get the best customer service and take advantage of promotions.

 
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Irving votes 'Yes' for alcohol sales
Wed. Nov 05, 2008 01:39 PM
 

Irving Weekly reports that with a "For" vote of 26,096 to 25,3337, Irving residents have approved the sale of beer, wine and malt liquor (with 17% alcohol) within city limits...

 

 

 
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Give us your thoughts on Keystone
Thu. Sep 04, 2008 07:36 PM
 

As a lot of you might know, Keystone has been sending letters out about a mineral lease. If you haven't received a letter most likely you will in the next couple days.

We would like for you to give us your feedback on Keystone offering a mineral lease.

You can check out our story in our front page.

 
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