Fort Worth’s Best Energy

by Donny on May 4, 2011

Fort Worth Texas is the second largest city in the Dallas metropolitan area, the fifth largest city in the state of Texas and the 16th largest in the United States with a population of about 727,575.

It’s located in Tarrant County, about 36 miles west of Dallas, and about 14 miles west of Arlington.

The city is well known for the being home to the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, the Texas Motor Speedway, the Fort Worth Zoo and Texas Christian University.
It also has over 100 natural gas wells making the city a tremendous source of energy.

On top of that, another thing making the city a good site for energy is the fact its residents have the right and ability to choose the cheapest electricity rates and providers for their home or business.

In 2001, Texas became a deregulated state, which means if you’re in a deregulated area in the state, you have the ability to shop and compare best residential or commercial electricity rates before signing up with whichever rates and provider best fit your situation.

To begin, simply type your zip code into our compare box, select ‘commercial’ or ‘residential’ and click ‘compare.’ If you’re looking for long-term-residential electricity, make sure you select a fixed rate instead of a variable rate because it’s more consistent and you’ll know what to expect from month-to-month.

After you do this, if you’re still in need of further information, please don’t hesitate to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.

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