TXU Takes Shot at Energy Ogre and Electricity Shopping Services, but Fails

A win for the Ogre! Energy Ogre must be making some sort of savings impact in Texas when a large retail electricity provider writes about concerns people should "watch out for" before signing up with "electricity shopping services" or "3rd party companies" such as Energy Ogre.

Mar 22, 2017

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Avoiding Early Termination Fee Traps

Some people interested in Energy Ogre are faced with a choice: Do I pay my early termination fee with my current provider now or wait until my contract expires? The good news is that we can help you decide! The Public Utility Commission allows your retail electricity provider to charge an early termination fee (ETF) if you switch to another provider before your contract expires.

Sep 11, 2019

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What are Retail Electricity Providers and How Do They Work?

The principle of supply and demand is straightforward, isn't it? When demand goes up, supply needs to go up to provide enough product to meet demand. And when demand drops, companies have to scale down production so there isn't more product than they can sell.

Sep 25, 2019

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My Commercial Energy Rate is Cheap, But What is this TDSP charge?

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Cool, My Commercial Energy Rate is Cheap, But What is this TDSP charge?

If you're a business owner, saving money is critical to the overall operation of your, well, operation. Saving on electricity can make a major difference to your bottom line. Even better, it can be done with very little effort if you work with

Aug 6, 2019

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TXU Takes Shot at Energy Ogre and Electricity Shopping Services, but Fails

A win for the Ogre! Energy Ogre must be making some sort of savings impact in Texas when a large retail electricity provider writes about concerns people should "watch out for" before signing up with "electricity shopping services" or "3rd party companies" such as Energy Ogre.

Mar 22, 2017