Why Your Long-Term Energy Plan Could Be Costing You

In this executive insight, Energy Ogre’s Chief Operating Officer David Kinchen examines why many people that signed up for a long-term electricity plan in 2022 need to take another look at their electricity plans.

Nov 11, 2023

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Think Curbside for Your Electricity Plan

The smartest and most convenient way to shop electricity rates.

Apr 25, 2023

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Finding the Best Texas Energy Plans for Summer Electricity Needs

In this blog, we’ll discuss what electricity rates are going to look like in Summer 2023. We’ll also show you what Energy Ogre is doing to make sure our members are being put in the best Texas electricity plans available at this current time.

Apr 11, 2023

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What's an Early Termination Fee (ETF)?

Some people interested in Energy Ogre are faced with a choice: Do I pay the early termination fee with my current provider now or wait until my contract expires? The good news is that we can help you decide!

Apr 1, 2022

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How Do I Sign Up with Energy Ogre?

Chances are if you've been looking to save money on your electricity bills, you've heard of Energy Ogre. A friend, co-worker, or family member may have recommended u

Mar 7, 2022

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Simple Tips to Immediately Lower Summer Electricity Bills

These Tips Can Help You Start Saving Immediately

Summer heat in Texas can be brutal, but your electricity bill doesn't have to make you sweat! Energy efficiency is necessary for your home so you can enjoy running your A/C unit, without paying ridiculously high electricity bills. Use these simple tips to lower your electricity bill. Save a nice chunk o' change on your electric bill with very little effort.


Feb 10, 2022

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TDU Delivery Charges: Current Rates & Recent Changes

Though consumers may now have a higher effective rate as we head into the cooler months, their bills should ultimately decrease as long as their electricity usage decreases. In summary, one aspect of your bill will be a bit higher, but your bill overall should be less than it was during the summer months.

Sep 1, 2022