Published in “December 2009”

Know Your Texas Electricity: Areas in Texas That Can Choose Their Electricity Provider

Do you know whether you live in an area of Texas that can choose an electricity provider? If the answer is no, you're certainly not alone. Despite increased efforts by Texas Retail Electric Providers to educate Texas consumers on the benefits of deregulation and the powe [...]

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Solar Panel Opponents Might Be in Your Neighborhood

With the cost of solar panels dropping by 30% in Europe and China launching its first solar panel manufacturing plant in Arizona, it would seem the stage is just about set for solar energy to take off in the US.  After all, panels are made more cheaply, last longer (up to 3 [...]

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Fan Us on Facebook and We’ll Donate to the Houston Food Bank

Bounce Energy is donating one can to the Houston Food Bank for every new Facebook fan we receive. The Houston Food Bank is a non-profit organization dedicated to distributing food to local charities and is certified by Feeding America. Fan us today! Donate to the Houston Fo [...]

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Weakening Demand Puts Natural Gas Prices at 52-Week Low

Good news for Texans: Natural gas prices in 2009 have continued their weakening trend by lowering to a 52-week low, below last year's mark already, and are projected to continue said trend into 2010. The New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), widely used as a benchmark fo [...]

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A New Holiday Plan + A New Low Intro Rate Plan = More Options for Texas Electricity Customers

Bounce Energy has recently launched 2 new plans available to residents in deregulated areas of Texas. With these new plans, Bounce continues to provide unique and innovative options to consumers. INTRODUCTORY RATE PLANThe first, an introductory rate plan, called Thrift [...]

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