Texas Commercial Electricity Service Companies

by jsgs45 on August 3, 2010

This site can help you compare commercial electricity service in Texas simply by entering in your zip code. To begin enter your zip code in the box to the right and choose “commercial”.

You may call us anytime at 1-800-971-4020

Because commercial electricity service in Texas requires an involved process of multiple Texas electricity companies and national energy suppliers bidding on your account it requires a couple of days.

Once you fill out our commercial electricity service form you will receive a message that basically says someone will get back with you within 2 hours during regular business hours.

You can call us instead any time at 1-800-971-4020.

What is the Commercial Bid Process?

The electricity service bid process is simply us beginning by requesting your historical electric usage from your electric utility.

We do this very easily by using your service address for the place you need electricity.

If you have bought a new building or are moving into a new place as a new tenant we simply estimate your usage using prior electric history or our best guess if it is an altogether new facility with no prior tenants.

Once we receive your Texas electricity usage or estimated usage back we can begin to get multiple Texas commercial electricity companies bidding on your companies usage.

This process takes about 2 days. We put a detailed proposal together and through a transparent process we show you all your choices among all the providers in our list and work to lower the rate further through ongoing negotiation.

For a speedier process we can set a commercial business up with a cheap commercial electric provider same day if the bid process will get in the way of a deadline.

We however strongly encourage allowing a couple days for us to bid down your TX commercial electricity rate to get the best price and to set things up well for the time when your contract expires.

Our process insures that every energy contract renewal allows for continued savings with a bottom dollar price.

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