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Texas deregulated its energy market in 2002. Basically, deregulation gave the majority of the Lone Star State, including Corpus Christi, the ability to pick energy suppliers from a pool of companies. The idea was that energy deregulation in Corpus Christi would push competitors to lower prices, consequently driving down energy bill costs for the consumer.
Corpus Christi energy prices fluctuate over the course of the year. For example, consumers signing up in early spring usually pay slightly more, while December and January (mid-winter) are the most affordable times to sign up. Average energy prices in Corpus Christi have dropped over the last few years. Check out Corpus Christi energy rates to see what prices and options are currently available.
Residents have claimed in recent months that they have received bills that are significantly higher than they have previously paid from the city's Utilities Department. The city earlier this year rolled out not only a new method for calculating those utility bills — going off the amount of water used as opposed to a winter average-based formula — and a new software system for compiling and issuing bills.
The wide range of subcultures and ethnic groups, from cowboys and surfers to Hispanics and oil men, all combine to give Corpus Christi a multicultural flavor that signifies all the best Texas has to offer. When the Texas energy deregulation bill passed in 2002, it seemed tailor-made for the residents of Corpus Christi. With all the different options now available to residents, people can choose an electrical provider with Corpus Christi electricity plans made for them.
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