Readers could have seen your ad here when reading this story. Email
       Events        Jobs        Contact        Migration Stats        Supplier Lists        Municipal Aggregation

Claim: Lack Of Switching In Texas Results In $2 Billion In Higher Cost For Customers

July 05,2018

Houston Chronicle columnist L.M. Sixel writes that customers who do not routinely switch retail providers in the Texas electric market end up paying higher rates, with Sixel writes that, "One analyst estimates that consumers are leaving about $2 billion a year on the table."

Although several experts are quoted in the column, the $2 billion figure is not specifically attributed to any specifically identified analyst

Sixel reports that, per ERCOT data, the number of customers who switched REPs in the past year was 16% at CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric and 13% at Oncor.

See the column here in the Houston Chronicle

Texas   Deregulation   Electricity Shopping  

Comment on this story

NEW Jobs on
Business-Development-Manager -- Retail Supplier -- Texas - Houston
Business-Development-Manager -- Agent, Broker, Consultant -- New Jersey
Energy-Sales-Broker -- Agent, Broker, Consultant -- Pennsylvania
Retail-Energy-Channel-Manager -- Retail Supplier -- New York
Chief-Operating-Officer -- Retail Supplier -- New York

More Stories on
Texas-based General Contractor Selects Solar Provider
Texas Senate Committee Hears Support For Bill Which Would Regulate Brokers
Texas Power Prices Surged 700% On March 18
Texas PUC Staff Ask Lubbock Whether Hunt Originated Idea To Integrate LP&L To ERCOT
DMN Watchdog Recaps Texas Electricity Shopping Services, Says Need For Help "Pathetic"

comments powered by Disqus

Advertise here:

Events Jobs Contact Migration Stats Supplier Lists Municipal Aggregation

About Disclaimer Privacy Terms of Service


Developed by: Avidweb Technologies inc.