Consumers Continue to Benefit from the Competitive Retail Market in ERCOT

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According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), average U.S. residential electricity prices will increase to 11.87¢/kWh in 2012, then fall to 11.62¢/kWh in 2013. Let’s compare with prices available in the ERCOT competitive retail market.

In each service territory, consumers can shop for prices far lower than the national average. Electric plans and programs can include fixed price options, renewable power choices, reward programs and other options.

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