Good news: a sales tax holiday over the Memorial Day weekend on “Energy Star” energy efficiency products.
A quick update about a few bills of interest to energy consumers.
New study finds that automatic bill payment programs can result in incremental increase in electric use.
Legislation by state Rep. Jim Keffer will help ensure that Texans continue having a voice in gas utility rate cases.
Legislative Round-Up: Utility Service for the NSA, Electro-Magnetic Attacks and other Electric Issues
In all, more than 120 energy-related bills have been filed in the Texas House and Senate.
Will lawmakers pass laws to lower bills or will they take actions that have the opposite effect?
Are your electric bills gobbling up your checking account? Maybe it’s time to switch power companies. And RechargeTexas.com is here to help.
A monopoly electric utility that has lobbied for less stringent oversight reaps windfall profits. It also says it wants another rate increase in 2015.
In many areas of Texas, consumers can switch if they are dissatisfied with their electric service. But even still, complaints from electric consumers are on the rise.
Is it true that the state will soon discontinue its bill assistance program for low-income Texans? And if so, are there low-income programs that can take its place?