Know Your Texas Electricity: The Electricity Facts Label

By energy_linguist, October 23, 2009, FAQs

The Electricity Facts Label (EFL) is a standard format sheet required by the Public Utility Commission of Texas that provides Texas consumers with important information on prices, contract terms, power generation sources and emission levels. Similar to the nutrition labels on food products required by the FDA, the EFL is essentially a comparison vehicle to help customers make informed decisions about their electricity service.

So customers in deregulated areas of Texas should always ask, and be provided access to, EFLs for any electricity plan they compare. The consistent format and presentation of information allows for an “apples to apples” comparison that makes the process of shopping for a Texas electricity provider a more streamlined process.

In case you’re interested, Bounce Energy posts its historical EFLs for customers to view.

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