What is Your Average Electric Rate You Pay Each Month?

April 1, 2010

When shopping for electric rates in Tyler Texas you can begin by taking out your electricity bill and looking for a line item that is required to be on your bill by the Texas state government. Somewhere on the bill will be an “average rate” that averages in all fees and charges. This is a […]

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A Compare Chart for Electric Rates Similar to Expedia

March 31, 2010

It’s very simple to get started comparing Tyler Texas electricity rates. Even if you are currently a TXU Energy customer and have been for years you will find that our comparison chart will allow you to easily compare the rates from the electric providers in our chart with what you are currently paying TXU Energy. […]

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Choosing an Affordable Electricity Provider in Tyler Texas

February 23, 2010

There is really no amazing secret about signing up with an affordable electricity company in Tyler that also has lenient credit requirements. The truth about finding a good electric company that will offer a cheap rate and not ask for a deposit lies within the type of energy product you sign up for. Margins are […]

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Commercial Energy in Tyler Texas

February 3, 2010

Tyler Energy is available to put together detailed commercial energy proposals based on a reverse auction process we use. Our energy consultants go out to several top energy suppliers in Tyler TX and have them bid on your electric usage. We take this information and put together a detailed proposal that you can review and […]

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Tyler Energy is an online energy comparison site

February 3, 2010

What is ‘Tyler Energy’? We are an online energy comparison site to help electricity service customers in Tyler Texas effectively compare residential electric rates in an easy online comparison tool. Our zip code tool allows you to enter in your location information in Tyler and immediately pull up several electric rates from different retail electricity […]

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