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Sometimes when you live in an apartment, you’ll find yourself feeling frustrated because your electricity bill is much higher than you think it should be. You ...

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As weather starts getting colder and heating costs start rising, every homeowner begins wondering about energy efficiency tips for the winter. Sometimes you ...

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Every winter homeowners ponder what temperature they should set for their thermostat in the winter. However, answering this question isn't as easy as citing a ...

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You may have heard the phrase "energy deregulation" and wondered what it means. Yes, this does affect your electricity bill! Consumers in Texas Have a Lot ...

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Texas Electricity Examiner compares rates of electricity companies in Houston, Texas. If you are considering switching electricity provider, it's important you ...

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Are you considering switching your energy provider due to bad customer service and high electric rates? There is a classic saying in business: "the customer is ...

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You've probably heard about hot weather causing power outages. These are what's known as “blackouts,” but “brownouts” also occur – when your lights dim, but ...

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Texas is lucky to have energy deregulation. You can pick and choose electricity companies as you please. But something you need to be wary of, is winding up ...

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When we think about renewable energy we typically don't think about the daily uses of it. Instead, we think about how these sources could be used in the ...

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Finding the best electric rates in Texas can be a daunting task. Because choosing the wrong energy plan can be an expensive mistake if you sign a long ...

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It's no surprise that electric bills go up in the summer. The warmer weather obviously means you'll use more energy. This also means there's more of a demand ...

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