Recommendation Needed | Local Power Provider

We are building a home and need to select an electricity provider. Can anyone provide me with the name of a good provider that is low cost, has good customer service, and paperless billing? I went to Power To Choose and wasn't familiar with any of those company. Any suggestion is appreciated.

By the way, my hubby suggested I use WWN. Oh yeah!

Thank you,

Kelly

Comments

Anonymous said…
We have Everything Energy. No complaints, and a percentage of our power is wind power! Good luck with the new house!
Anonymous said…
I know a lot of people in Rockport have amigo energy. We've had them since 2006. No problems at all
Anonymous said…
We had Texas Power now Everything Energy...they are all pretty much the same in the beginning, though you should monitor it because sometimes they add on things later I noticed...like sur charges. They sneak 'em in. We looked into a co-op because I heard they were cheaper, just didn't pull the trigger in the end. No problems with EE though.
Kathy Pyeatt said…
Bounce Energy is good.
Karen said…
We use Green Mountain. The rates are fairly competitive, but they use 100% renewable energy. I have never had a problem with billing or customer service. I pay my bill online every month and they have auto pay. I have had them for 4 years now. They also have Sun Club, which for $5 a month goes to a program that builds and promotes solar programs for non-profits. And I get a weekly email that shows my energy usage and history.
Kelly said…
Thank you, all. We certainly appreciate your comments.
Dena Gould said…
bounce is great at the start and then........charge the heck out of you .....I WAS a bounce fan ...now I'm shopping as well
Lana Thompson Brown said…
Nueces Electric Co-Op
Amber Pelkey said…
Green mountain energy, I love the company, they use wind power and solar power
Anonymous said…
Nueces Electric Co-op (operates on a cost plus basis). You are a member/owner of the co-op and basically share in any profits made.....you get a rebate on your bill. In 2013, our November bill was $0.00 and the December bill was $3.46. Our net cost/KWH was $0.11291 for the year. I'm not a salesman for them, just a happy member. Check them out. YMMV
Anonymous said…
go to power to choose.org and compare pricing for all the different companies. You can select your desired term ( 6 months, a year, what ever. ) I had Amigo for the past two years, but their rates went up, so I shopped on power to choose and found at the time, TXU was the best rate per kilowatt hour, so I switched to them for the next year. On your bill, it tells you when your plan term is up, so you can start shopping a month out and see what is best at that time. Anyway, that is what I always do and end up pretty satisfied. You can also go to the site to see what plan your current company is offering…amazing the big differences between them. Good Luck!
Maddie Legner
Gloria McCurdy said…
Your best bet is Neuces Electric Co-op....they watch the trends and adjust so you don't need to go thru hat search process over and over. Good service, reliable, good customer service. G McCurdy

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