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Power to Choose in Austin, Texas
When Senate Bill 7 passed in Texas in 2002, residents in cities such as Austin were given a unique opportunity to start choosing their preferred electricity provider (and in turn, shop around for electricity rates). This movement impacted more than 85 percent of Texas and for these residents, including those in Austin, meaning that they no longer had to use their utility-appointed electrical provider.
Deregulation means that independent providers are able to offer energy at their desired rate. For residential and business owners in the area this means the opportunity to lower their monthly bills and options such as renewable energy sources, variable and fixed rates, and short-term plan options.
While some Austin residents have already found tremendous savings with this effort, many have never shopped for a new electricity provider before. These individuals may be overpaying on their monthly bill. However, with our simple shopping tool, it is easy for anyone in Austin, or across the state of Texas, to browse available electricity plans in their area.
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Life in Austin offers more perks than just electrical deregulation. Living in Austin, Texas means you are likely familiar the city?s official slogan: ?Keep Austin Weird.? While residents embrace the unique nature of Austin as being ?weird? to outsiders this is simply one of the most unique and diverse cities in the area, and one that does not fit in with the typical Texas city mold.
From 2013 to 2014, Austin was the third-fastest growing metro area in the United States and the fastest growing city in Texas. The city has earned the reputation of being ?The Live Music Capital of the World? and is frequently named as one of the safest cities in the United States by the FBI.
Known for its music, arts scene and for residents who love the great outdoors, Austin is a city made mostly of active young individuals and laid back retirees. However, that isn?t to say that Austin doesn?t have its own thriving economy. A number of Fortune 500 companies have offices in Austin including eBay, Google, Apple and Whole Foods.
The city is also home to the University of Texas, which has been a major facilitator of growth in Austin for several decades.