TXU Electricity Services

by admin on June 17, 2011

If you’re shopping for a Texas electricity service provider the first name you may think of is TXU. The name is one of the biggest in Texas and for good reason. The company started before deregulation was even possible.

Because Texas’ energy market is deregulated you can compare companies to find the lowest price on energy. Electric Rates does not sell electricity through TXU but you can shop using the compare tool to the right.

Type in your zip and click compare.

You will see a comparison chart of several different companies and their rate plans. Find the plan that fits all your needs and enroll online with one of the Texas electric companies on our chart.

TXU and Reliant have been dominating the Texas electric market for years. TXU Electricity’s name is trusted as one of the top energy providers in the state. If you sign up with TXU you will join the thousands of customers benefiting from its competitive rates and quality customer services.

Reliant VS TXU

Both TXU and Reliant sell electricity to residential, commercial and industrial customers. They both offer competitive rates throughout the state of Texas. So what is the difference between the two companies? Not much. One of the things TXU beats Reliant on is the date they got licensed as a REP (Retail Electric Provider). According to PowerToChoose.org TXU Energy was licensed on January 2, 2001 beating Reliant Energy by three days.

Commercial Customers

There are two ways to compare TXU’s commercial energy rates to ours. Call 1-800-971-4020 to speak with one of our knowledgeable Texas energy consultants or fill out the our form by clicking here. Once we show you Electric Rates’ no obligation energy proposal with several energy companies competing for your business, go to its website to get its rates.

Once you have enrolled in a rate plan follow us on twitter to stay up-to-date on the latest electric news.

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