Published in “August 2009”

Weather and Your Texas Electricity Service: Part 2

Winter and Your Texas Electricity Bill Well, we’ve taken a look at summer, but wintertime has its own set of ways in which it affects your electricity bill. Now, things are different in the State of Texas than they are in the northern states, for certain, but lets take a s [...]

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Weather and Your Texas Electricity Service: Part 1

Everyone in the state of Texas is familiar, even if they don’t understand why, of the fact that their electricity bills might rise and fall from month to month depending on the time of the year. For Texans, this fact is specifically true in the summertime. But what might [...]

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Bounce Energy Loyalty Program

At Bounce Energy, we care about our customers and want to reward you for being a good customer. Qualified customers will receive bill credits, companion airline tickets, price reductions and more for paying your bill on-time!Rewards include*: Submit your payment online and [...]

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What is Wind Power?

Wind Power is the conversion of wind into useful energy, such as electricity, with the help of wind turbines. Wind power produces 1.5% of worldwide electricity use, and growing rapidly. The amount of wind power used world wide doubled over the course of 3 years from 2005-200 [...]

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Why Should You Switch Retail Electric Providers?

Deregulation and choice go hand-in-hand in the Texas electricity market, but often the specific benefits of switching aren't really outlined, as opposed to a general consensus that switching and choice are a good thing. So I've compiled a list of some of the questions to [...]

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What is Hydropower?

Hydropower is power harnessed from the moving water, which may be converted into useful energy purposes. It's estimated that 70-75% of all renewable energy comes from hydropower. This alternative source turns moving water into mechanical energy through steam. There are s [...]

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The Energy Tax Credit: Is it Worth It? Part 4

Conclusion --Becoming Energy Self-SufficientThere is a higher tier for energy efficiency some homeowners might be interested in. These complex yet more costly improvements will receive a credit of 30% of their total cost but have until 2016 to be placed in service.  Th [...]

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