TXU Energy

TXU EnergyShop and compare TXU Energy’s electric plans to save money on your electric bill.

Electric Rates offers services for customers to compare several energy companies in energy deregulated states in the US. Electric Rates does not sell electricity through TXU Electricity, however consumers can compare other reliable energy companies when they use our compare chart.

To compare rates customers can use their zip code. Once they have entered their zip into the compare box and selected the correct plan type they need to click compare.

TXU ElectricityAn easy to use compare chart will appear for residential customers with companies rate plans organized with lowest prices at the top.

For commercial electricity customers a form will come up. The process will begin once they submit the form. One of our Texas electricity consultants will prepare a no obligation energy proposal with several electric companies’ bids.

History of TXU Energy

TXU started in northern Texas as electricity services came available. TXU can be traced back to Texas Utilities which was founded in1945. The company’s names include DP&L (Dallas Power & Light), TESCO (Texas Electric Service Company) and TP&L (Texas Power and Light). Together they became Texas Utilities Electric (TU Electric) which served Dallas, Fort Worth, Northern and west-central Texas.

TXU and its assets have changed hands over the years. TU Electric is called TXU following the acquisitions of The Energy Group in 1989 and a power generator in Australia. The company’s parent company Lone Star Gas merged together making TXU the largest energy and natural gas supplier in Texas.

In recent history TXU Energy was part of the largest leveraged buyout in history. The buyers include Texas Pacific Group, Goldman Sachs and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts.

More about TXU Energy

TXU Energy is a trustworthy, competitive, customer services driven Texas based energy company with years of service. The company sells electricity to thousands of commercial and residential customers each year.

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