Get the Most From Your Houston AC

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How Can You Make Your Houston AC Run Better? Houston summers are brutally hot. The sounds of your ceiling fans running at full speed and your air conditioner kicking on are the soundtrack to your life. July and August bring temperatures that tax your body, mind, spirit — and wallet. An average U.S. home AC system Read More

COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program Extended

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Public Utility Commission Continues Shut Off Protections The Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) announced that it was extending the Covid-19 Electricity Relief Program (ERP) until August 31, 2020. The PUCT originally set the program to end on July 17 as the anticipated number of cases eased. Unfortunately,  the recent increase in Covid-19 cases and Read More

Best Month-To-Month Electricity in Dallas

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What’s the Cheapest Month-to-Month Energy Plan? Did you know that now’s the best time to shop the cheapest electricity rates in Dallas? Energy prices are low in Texas thanks to a surplus of natural gas. And if you’re looking to avoid a contract for the short term, you may want to consider a month-to-month electricity plan in Read More

Cheapest PrePaid Electricity in Houston

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Who Has the Cheapest PrePaid Electricity in Houston? Prepaid electricity plans are great for customers who want to control their electricity expenses. Under these plans, you buy Texas electricity at the current price and use it whenever you want. You maintain an account balance with the retail electricity provider and draw it down as you Read More

Can A Dirty Air Filter Cause A High Electric Bill?

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Energy Savings From Changing An Air Filter? You’ve just received your Texas light company bill and for the third straight month, it’s running higher than normal. So, you’re probably wondering if you’ve been doing different this month. Ask yourself when was the last time you changed the air filter in your home’s heating, ventilation air-conditioning Read More

UPDATE: NOAA Crazy-Busy Hurricane Season

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NOAA Predicts Intense Hurricane Season As we already covered in early May, four forecasters are warning of a high energy hurricane season this summer that could affect Texas electricity customers. Their forecasts predict 14 to 18 tropical storms in the Atlantic. Of these, 7 to 9 will become hurricanes with 3 growing to become major Read More

Texas Facing High Energy Hurricane Season

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Prepare Now for a Busy 2020 Hurricane Season The 2020 hurricane season will officially begin one month from now on June 1. And since this year’s winter was one of the warmest in North America without the help of an El Niño, Texas residents might see the impact of at least one tropical storm this Read More

PUC COVID-19 Program To Protect Texas Electricity Customers

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About the COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program Even though multiple Texas TDUs and retail electricity providers have suspended service disconnectionsand late fees for customers who can’t pay their electricity bills, the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program (CERP) designed to reduce the economic impact of Texas electricity bills on residential customers. The Read More

Cheap Estimated Electric Bill Plans in Houston

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Which Houston Electricity Plans Are Cheapest? When it comes to evaluating retail electricity plans, one number doesn’t say it all. You may find a plan with a super low advertised rate. However, that low number in a bold font may not be all it’s cracked up to be. That’s why Texas Electricity Ratings now shows Read More

Shoulder Months Start! Shop Cheap Electricity Rates!

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When’s the Best Time to Switch to a New Energy Provider in Dallas? The US Energy Information Association (EIA) has determined that we’ll end the winter heating season this year with a 12% increase in natural gas inventory, more than the average for the last 5 years. That combined with the current the low petroleum Read More