does anyone in the dallas area use ignite (powered by stream energy) for their electric service?

Question by jhd128: does anyone in the dallas area use ignite (powered by stream energy) for their electric service?

Best answer:

Answer by mattcoop2@sbcglobal.net
Yes.. about 18 monsth ago I signed a contract to purchase electricity at 12.9 cents per kwh. I am curious why you are asking… :o) my rate is pretty good because electriciy prices have gone up….

Add your own answer in the comments!

What is the cheapest electric provider in Spring/Woodlands, TX area?

Question by brycrob: What is the cheapest electric provider in Spring/Woodlands, TX area?
I automatically called Reliant Energy, but they seem to be very high /KwH. I’m looking for a reliable, inexpensive Energy Co.

Best answer:

Answer by NeverOddOrEven
Spark energy is the cheapest I have found. I just renewed at just under .14 /kwh. I was paying 11.3 cents for the entire last year until my 1 yr contract ended.

Add your own answer in the comments!

cheapest electric service in houston tx area?

Question by Mz SExI: cheapest electric service in houston tx area?
I am with reliant energy and it is costing me like 200 a month with a 2 bedroom apartment….im looking for the cheapest electric company…maybe even with a fixed rate for 12months or whatever….

Best answer:

Answer by Randy
time to move.

Add your own answer in the comments!

In Texas (dallas area) does anybody have an alternative company to TXU?

Question by Jon C: In Texas (dallas area) does anybody have an alternative company to TXU?
Is it better? Cheaper? please describe it. I want to swith but i also want to make sure that it will be a good deal and not end up paying more.

Best answer:

Answer by Dfwteddybear
This website will help you compare.

Give your answer to this question below!

Q&A: What company do you find cheapest for electricity in the houston area since energy co’s are deregulated?

Question by tamarah r: What company do you find cheapest for electricity in the houston area since energy co’s are deregulated?
I’m tired of my electricity bills raping me. Does anyone have advice of what company made a difference in their bill? I have txu energy–the last bill was a bit shy of $ 500.00; my katy home unfortunately has cathedral ceilings and is 3200 sq. ft. Yes, it’s my first home and I never paid electric bills before, so i didn’t know what i was getting into. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you for your time =)

Best answer:

Answer by Svetlana G
www.sparkenergylp.com

12.90 per kWh

That’s what we are using.

Check their site, may be you’ll find what you are looking for.
Good luck,
Svetlana

What do you think? Answer below!

What is the best electric company for the Dallas/Ft Worth TX metro area?

Question by Gabrielle: What is the best electric company for the Dallas/Ft Worth TX metro area?
I’m from out-of-state and need help choosing an electric company in the Dallas/Ft Worth metro area. I’m currently looking at Gexa Energy and TXU Energy. Please give advice or any other helpful suggestions based on personal experience or word-of-mouth.

Thanks in advance!

Best answer:

Answer by hello T
Get you a cooperative Electric company. The cheapest. I am with Tri-County Electric Cooperative. Nobody beats their rates. Have a good one.

Add your own answer in the comments!

Are there rebates/incentives for solar/wind power in the Dallas/Fort Worth area?

Question by dr_usual: Are there rebates/incentives for solar/wind power in the Dallas/Fort Worth area?
I’ve found information on federal tax incentives, but I’m particularly interested in rebates for equipment purchase and installation. The city of Austin offers this, and in other areas rebates are offered by the power companies themselves. I can’t find info particular to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, or energy providers in DFW.

Best answer:

Answer by golden rider
Try contacting the Fort Worth / Dallas power companies and maybe even call the local government, like Dept of Power and energy conservation. Even the public library may be able to give you some info. Good luck.

Add your own answer in the comments!