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PUC Chair Puts Retail Electric Providers on Notice

One-cent electricity? Probably not. But that’s what Public Utility Commission chair Donna Nelson spied on the state’s powertochoose website — and it’s got her angry. “It has come to my attention that some of the REPs are working the powertochoose website,” said the...

TCAP Report: Electric Complaints Fall to Post-Deregulation Low

Electricity complaints filed with regulators have dropped to a new post-electric deregulation low, according to a new report by the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power. All told, Texans during the 2015 fiscal year filed 6,973 electricity-related complaints or...

NEW Snapshot Report: Electricity Prices in Texas

For the first-time ever, residential electricity prices in areas of Texas with deregulated retail electric service have remained below the national average for two consecutive years, according to a new report from the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power. The analysis...

TCAP Members Receive Summertime Dividends

The Texas Coalition for Affordable Power, an electricity buying group comprised of Texas cities and political subdivisions, in June rebated back to its members $750,000. Nearly 90 percent of TCAP’s 169 political subdivisions will receive the checks. Individual...

Jay Doegey takes reins at TCAP

Former city attorney Jay Doegey, a Navy veteran with more than 35 years of experience in municipal government, has been named executive director of the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power. With his appointment, Mr. Doegey returns to an organization over which he...

Study: Automatic Bill Payment Programs Cost Money, Increase Consumption

Looking to cut your electric consumption?  One way to do so — and save money to boot — is to avoid automatic bill payment programs. That’s the conclusion of Duke University economist Steven Sexton, who finds in a new peer reviewed study that enrollment in automatic...

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