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The Texas legislature approved energy deregulation in 2002 creating the path for competitive energy pricing and market. As a deregulated electricity market, state’s retail energy companies would need to compete - against each other - for the millions of Texas residential and business customers. The goal of a deregulated, or competitive energy market, is to give the power to choose to the consumer – which forced Spring electricity providers to be more efficient and lower costs – and offer improved customer service and lower rates to their customers. Going forward, the home and business customers of energy suppliers would have the ability to switch to a new energy provider (at the end of each contract) to maintain the advantage of the deregulated market.
Texas has had a very healthy market in the new era of competition under energy deregulation. Residents and businesses can shop for electricity plans from a wide array of energy suppliers and shop for the best rate available. This means less money in the pockets of energy companies and more for you.
How do you get the best deal on an electricity plan? We analyzed and digested hundreds of thousands of data points from utilities and suppliers and determined the most basic action you can take is to be proactive.
Simply by shopping suppliers and rates 6 months before your plan is set to renew can help you save 20% or more on your energy costs. Furthermore we found that most customers, depending on market conditions and usage, are likely to save by switching electric suppliers every 12 to 24 months.
Spring businesses can find big savings in the Texas energy market with just a little bit of due diligence. Since energy suppliers are forced to be more efficient, and offer business energy plans with competitive energy rates, it’s up to you to compare and find the best plan.
But finding the right plan can be difficult. In Texas, rates change by zip code. And with dozens of commercial energy suppliers, that means sifting through hundreds of plans.
This has made comparing energy plans confusing due to the sheer number of plans available, promotional rates that are not apples-to-apples and the legal fine print that details fees and penalties.
Commercial energy customers can maintain control over the process by reviewing their monthly usage and average monthly electricity bill.
If your average business electricity bill is less than $500 per month, then you can get a very good energy rate for your business through a simple online comparison of energy rates.
If your average commercial electricity bill is $500 or more per month, then you will most likely get a more competitive energy rate through a custom quote process. The custom process is exactly that – by providing basic business information, energy usage and submitting a recent electricity bill – EnergyBot can leverage partnerships with suppliers to work on your behalf and secure the best energy rate for your business. Although it will take more time to complete, the custom quote process may deliver a lower energy rate that will add up to big savings for your business.
For Spring businesses, researching energy rates and switching electricity plans can be a hassle. EnergyBot is built to make energy simple and help businesses find the best electricity rate quickly and easily.
Along with saving time, EnergyBot also helps businesses cut energy costs by 15% for two reasons.
Renewable energy is becoming more and more viable every day. Several energy suppliers focus completely on green energy plans and even more suppliers offer partial green plans.
We are constantly finding new ways to give Spring businesses and residents more renewable energy options. This includes solar, wind, hyrdo, and even geothermal energy solutions.
Harris County, where Spring is located, plans to turn the Sunnyside landfill into a 70 MW solar array which is enough electricity to power about 12,000 homes in the nearby area. They also hope this new solar array will help revitalize the Sunnyside neighborhood with discounted electricity rates coming directly from this new solar installation. With 70 MW, this would be one of the largest urban solar installations in Texas showing the potential of urban solar to revitalize difficult areas. This transformation will turn what was previously an eyesore for the community into a beautiful, clean source of energy for the entire county.
Finding a new electricity provider in Spring is simple with EnergyBot. Follow these simple steps to get the lowest electricity rate in Spring.
Enter your zip code at the top of this page and you can quickly see plans from the top Spring electric companies. For even better pricing use our data linking tool to pull in your historic usage from your utility.
Energy plans often have long confusing contracts. We don't like teaser rates and tricky terms, so we filter out the plans that trick customers into bill spikes. Each plan you see on our site has plan details. This breaks down the most important information about the plan into a way that is easy to understand.
Once you have decided on a new energy plan for your home business just follow the prompts to confirm. Once you're done, we give you dashboard to see the status of your contract.
Spring energy providers offer rates and plans with a range of options and terms. While you will see many types of plans for the most part they are in two categories: fixed-rate and variable rate.
Fixed-rate plans will have a set price for the term of the contract. Regardless of weather, natural events, or market volatility, your rate will not change. In most cases, fixed-rate plans have a term length of 6, 12, 24, or 36 months. We recommend fixed-rate plans for most customers.
Variable-rate plan rates may change on a monthly basis based on market factors. Variable-rate plans offer more flexibility but present more volatility in pricing. Price changes may impact your monthly electricity bill in the form of price hikes. In most cases, we do not recommend variable-rate plans.
Home to a range of beautiful parks, Spring is a relatively small city in the state of Texas with a population of just 54,298 residents. Located in the extraterritorial district of Houston, Spring covers a small area of 23.19 square miles.
With three public parks and a botanic garden, Spring offers a wide range of recreational opportunities. These three parks cover an area of 415 acres tailored to specific interests. Southwell Park is the smallest at just 5 acres with a community building, lighted baseball field, and two playgrounds for children of different ages. Bayer Park covers 30 acres of baseball and softball fields. Pundt Park covers 380 acres with a planned canoe launch and an extensive trail system. The botanic gardens protects a variety of endangered species, and has a library and beaver pond.
The Spring educational system offers four different private schools, and several different public schools. This makes it a central schooling location for a wide area throughout Harris County. The Harris County Public Library system also operates two different libraries in Spring further enhancing the educational opportunities for residents. These libraries boast a huge level of public support with both of them regularly receiving requested funding for expansions to their facilities.
Texas has one of the healthiest and largest economies in the United States, second only to California in size. If fact, if Texas was its own country it would have the 10th largest GDP, beating out Canada and South Korea.
The 2.7 million small businesses in the state of Texas employ over 4.74 million people and added nearly 95,000 net new jobs, according to the latest SBA Small Business Profile. The economic growth in Texas has remained strong as the unemployment rate dropped from 4.1% to 3.8% in 2019.
Founded in 1873, Spring is home to a vibrant economy – that only continues to grow with ExxonMobil recently announcing a huge corporate campus that will consolidate thousands of employees throughout Houston and Fairfax County, Virginia.
On top of this planned growth, Spring is also home to Old Town Spring. This small area only covers less than half of a square mile yet it still has over 150 shops, restaurants, and art galleries. The shops in this small area bring a strong local economy to the entire town of Spring.
Spring is poised to continue its amazing growth – with its low cost of living, thriving local small business scene, and planned construction of a major corporate campus.