The Texas Coalition for Affordable Power this week releases its updated report, Deregulated Electricity in Texas, that includes new content, context and analysis. Find it at tcaptx.com.
Prepaid electric plans often lead to unexpectedly higher bills, quick disconnections and other very unpleasant surprises, according to a new report.
When it comes to overall pricing trends, the Texas deregulated system ranks fair to middling.
The good news is that ABACCUS again names Texas as number among deregulated markets nationwide. The bad news is that the ABACCUS is deeply flawed.
Residential prices in areas of the state with deregulated electricity service dip below the national average. But the news is not all good.
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A key lawmaker says regulators may be stirring up unwarranted anxiety about the state’s risk of blackouts.
Con artists use the pre-paid debit card to swindle electricity consumers. The scam is on the rise.
In a guest edtiorial, TCAP’s executive director warns that proposed electric company subsidies will lead to big rate increases.
A retail electric provider infringed upon core customer protections, according to Public Utility Commission staff. The agency now seeks multi-million dollar penalties.