Based on some new information from the EIA, and other government news outlets, it look like solar and wind generated power is starting to take over the renewable energy landscape.  In fact, the EIA estimates that wind has already surpassed hydroelectricity generation. By 2035, both wind and solar will surpass hydroelectricity generation altogether. Taking a deeper look into why this shift will occur will help us to better understand how important renewable resources will become throughout the United States. Analyzing renewable resources like solar and wind, and how they will help to generate more reliable electricity, will also help us to better...
Founded in 1931, Corpus Christi Electric is the oldest electrical supplies distributor in Corpus Christi, Texas. The company is known for its excellent stock levels and the ability to perform on short notice. Corpus Christi Electric has vast experience in the staging of materials for projects large and small. The company is 100% Employee owned and is the largest industrial stocking distributor in the area.

When you receive your electricity bill at the end of the month, you will see many different charges included. One charge that tends to trip people up more often than not is something called capacity charges. You might not know this but capacity charges can appear as the “second highest cost-per-kwh on your bill“– after generation. In order to help clarify this term and what exactly it means for your pocket book, we’ve pulled together everything you need to know about this particular charge. What are Capacity Charges? Capacity Charges are based on the highest amount of energy you...
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas-based Green Mountain Energy Company is broadening its sales and marketing efforts to reach and educate Corpus Christi residents about pollution-free electricity. Green Mountain, Texas’ only retail electric provider dedicated to cleaner energy, is launching a multimedia bilingual advertising campaign in early March – its first marketing campaign in Corpus Christi. Additionally, the company recently expanded its sales efforts in Corpus.

Remarkably, the average electric rate in Corpus Christi of 10.98 cents per kWh matches the statewide Texas average.3 That would seem to be a good indication for residents of the Sparkling City by the Sea. The only problem is that the median household income in Corpus Christi is $19,341—67 percent less than the national average.4 Which, if you’re anything like most Corpus Christians, makes getting a competitive, fixed rate all the more important.
“  We signed a 7 month contract with GM energy when we bought our new house, and it has turned out to be the best, most honest company we have purchased electricity from in Texas. We've been burned by Reliant and more recently by Amigo. With Green Mountain, our rate was what they said it was. There were no shenanigans, just a low rate for 100pct wind power. They let us know when our contract was ending and I'm wishing that we had just stuck with them. My only complaint is that they wanted to raise our rate if we stayed with them, like every other TX electricity company does. So, we switched, got scammed by Amigo, and now we are trying Infinite Energy. It would have been cheaper to stay with a good company. I wish TX would just end deregulation or would protect consumers better from these vultures at the energy companies. ”
To enroll with an electric provider, your credit history will be reviewed. Be sure to have your driver’s license number or social security number handy when completing your enrollment on the electricity provider’s secure site.  Electricity companies have different credit requirements and change them periodically.  At most, the electricity provider may require a deposit equal to two months of estimated billing.
Features like AutoPay and average billing help save you time and money when you're paying your bill. And if you ever have issues with your electricity plan or your bill that you can't solve alone, you can contact our award-winning customer care center through online chat or by phone. We care about you and are available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have about your home electricity account. 

We are not your average electricity provider. We're are a company devoted to seeing our South Texas customers thrive. We believe in building and maintaining strong connections with the people and communities we serve. CPL Retail Energy supports several non-profit organizations active in the Corpus Christi area, including Driscoll Children's Hospital and the Communities in Schools program. We're also committed to helping alleviate energy poverty through our long-standing Neighbor-to-Neighbor program, which supplements existing energy-assistance programs for families struggling to pay their electricity bills.

We have a thorough understanding of virtually all aspects of the city of Corpus Christi utilities service with respect to electricity. We exercise patience and care when working with our electricity customers. We’re friendly and take as much time as you need to explain and answer all your questions. We strive to be detailed, thorough, and specific without pressure to ‘sign up.’

We have a thorough understanding of virtually all aspects of the city of Corpus Christi utilities service with respect to electricity. We exercise patience and care when working with our electricity customers. We’re friendly and take as much time as you need to explain and answer all your questions. We strive to be detailed, thorough, and specific without pressure to ‘sign up.’
“  I've only gotten two bills from Breeze so far, & with both I've saved over $40 than what i would have paid with Reliant. My bill never went under $130 with Reliant, my bill from Breeze just came in at $105! Very happy! Hopefully all continues to go good. I've also called customer service once and i had no problem understanding the representative.. Just needed to make sure my payment had gone through! I recommend Breeze! ”
Deregulation in Corpus Christi has also altered the way things operate for utility services. The three main components - transmission, distribution, and sales - used to be facilitated by the same utility service. Now, the operational blueprint has been transformed. Energy transmission and distribution are still facilitated by the wires company in Corpus Christi (also called the utility company), which still functions as a monopoly. However, consumers are given a choice of energy providers in Corpus Christi, who sell to the consumer and collect payments each month. These same energy providers also set the prices for their services.
You can choose month-to-month plans, long-term contracts, short-term contracts or plans that allow you to pre-pay for electricity, so you know you're never using more electricity than you can pay for. Reliant is here to help you get the electricity plan you need and help you lower your electricity consumption (and electricity bill) wherever you can. Reliant's competitive rates and advanced usage tools make it a premiere energy company in Texas.
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