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by: liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 3:30pm  
Does anyone have referral code or promo code for Our Energy LLC ? Or any bad experience with them?
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Caseysdad22 Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 5:28pm  
@liater I've never heard about them before this so I looked them up online. The reviews I read were not very positive.
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 6:39pm  
@Caseysdad22
I couldn't find anything on them except on the state website that shows they have about the same level of complaints as others. Can you send me links to what you read...or the gist ...is it billing or what the issues were?
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Caseysdad22 Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 7:53pm  
@liater texaselectricityratings.com I searched it on Bing
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 8:06pm  
@Caseysdad22
Wow. Thanks!
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SweetwaterBoss Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 8:27pm  
Try www.mytruecost.com/
Compare Houston electric rates based on your smart meter data - they use your actual meter data history
 
or www.powertochoose.org/
Power to Choose is the official, unbiased, electric choice website of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, where all certified electric providers in the State of Texas
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 8:30pm  
@SweetwaterBoss
That was the result of the power to choose. But I will try the other, thanks! The problem is some providers do not have any reviews yet.
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SweetwaterBoss Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 8:31pm  
I have been using TriEagle - no problems
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SweetwaterBoss Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 8:33pm  
You have to watch the Electric Providers - they have a lot of gotcha clauses - like a minimum usage requirements for a certain rate. I am a smart person, but still cannot figure some of the rates ...
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 7, '16 8:49pm  
@SweetwaterBoss
Electricity Facts Labels have been my go to for all these years....but TriEagle didn't make it to top 5 this time. I will look again then.
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 8, '16 6:24am  
@Caseysdad22
I just checked the website you told me. Wow. Thank you so much for searching this and letting me know.
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Caseysdad22 Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 5 years ago   Jun 8, '16 6:31am  
@liater Certainly. I would hate to see you get into a bad situation. I hope you find a company that works for you!
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 8, '16 6:53am  
@SweetwaterBoss
Mytruecost site is really intriguing, it gave choices not listed in power-to-choose nor the company website. Thanks for the tip!
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 8, '16 6:55am  
In the mean time, please feel free to let me know of a good electricity company you gave dealt with, I have tried several....
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Ghoztt Active Indicator LED Icon  New Member
~ 5 years ago   Jun 8, '16 8:56am  
I regularly change electricity providers every 3-6 months depending on the best price at the time. If you have the time to devote to doing that you can save quite a bit. Electricity all comes from the same place (Centerpoint) which is why you call them instead of your electricity provider whenever you have an outage. All the provider does is read your meter and bill you.
 
That being said, if you do have to deal with customer service therein lies the differences. Fortunately, I have not had any issues with billing or service with any of the providers I have used. I always go for the cheapest rate at the longest term I can get. That typically ends up being 5-7 cents per kwh for a 3-6 month term. The cheapest will vary depending on when I renew a contract. I've used Reliant, 4change, Amigo, Champion, Direct Energy, StarTex, Gexa, Pennywise and Discount Power in the last and my electricity always worked.
 
Right now the best deal I can see is through Gexa for a 7 month term at 5.3c per kwh if you use a minimum of 2000 kwh. If you can keep it beween 1000-2000, however, they will give you a credit and it ends up being 1c per kwh which is insane. No monthly service fee (watch out for those) and no gotchas that I can see. Good luck!
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liater Active Indicator LED Icon  OP 
~ 5 years ago   Jun 8, '16 11:35am  
@Ghoztt
I can only devote the time once a year, but your list of companies has new ones I never used, thanks!
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