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Types of Electricity Providers in Texas

Did you know there are different types of electric providers in Texas? Just because you receive a bill from Company X doesn't mean they provide the repairs to the electrical lines and poles in your area. This kind of information is valuable in choosing a provider or knowing who to call during a power outage.

Some electric companies, known as the local wires company, preserve the poles and wires that transmit and distribute electricity to your home. They are responsible for sending out an employee to fix any damages during an emergency outage. You can identify your local wires company by looking on your electricity bill.

An affiliate electricity provider is an electric company that was split from your area's original electric company that produced and sold electricity. The affiliate, also referred to as the incumbent provider, only sells electricity and provides customer service.

The competitive retail electric provider offers lower pricing, alternative energy choices, innovative customer service options and special promotions to gain your business.

The Provider of Last Resort is always available in the event your electric company leaves the market for any reason. You will automatically be transferred to this provider so you won't lose power. Afterwards you can choose to stay with them or move on to another electricity company.

The city-owned utility is a non-profit electric utility that is owned and operated by the city. City-owned utilities do not have to allow competition within a regulated market.

The municipally-owned utility is a non-profit electric utility that is owned and operated by the municipality. Utilities owned by the municipality do not have to allow competition within a regulated market.

The pay-as-you-go electricity provider offers a way to pay for your electricity bill upfront with no IDs, deposits or credit checks necessary. For consumers with bruised credit, this is a great way to continue powering your home without the stress of long-term contracts.

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