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Discover the Power to Choose Your Energy in Austin
You’ve got the power to choose your energy provider in Austin and customize an energy plan that’s right for you. The Public Utility Commission of Texas helps you explore your options and compare top providers in Austin at its electric choice website, PowerToChoose.com, because you should be as informed as possible when you take advantage of your power to choose.
How to Exercise Your Power to Choose in Austin
Discover the benefits of being fully informed when you explore the easy-to-read pages of the PowerToChoose.com website.
- Deregulation basics: Learn the ins and outs of energy deregulation and understand why having the power to choose a retail electric provider (REP) rather than relying on your local transmission and distribution service provider (TDSP) is a big advantage in Austin.
- Why switch: You’ve got the power to choose – and that can include lower rates and better customer incentives. Discover the advantages of switching providers and find out how easy it is to get started with a new provider.
- All about smart meters: These newer meters can measure your electricity usage in 15-minute intervals, making your energy usage much easier to track and therefore easier to reduce so you can save money.
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Explore your options in Austin, TX, to find the lowest rates and the best energy provider for you. If the energy market is deregulated in your area, you’ve got the power to choose from a variety of competitive pricing and smart customer benefits. Learn all you can about the energy market in general as well as specific offers to make the best decisions for your home or business.
Disclaimer: texaselectricityproviders.com is operated by Just Energy LP, and is not affiliated with Power To Choose, powertochoose.org, or the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT).