Pasadena, Texas Energy

by Donny on May 17, 2011

Pasadena, Texas is a suburban city of Houston, just 16 miles southeast of the state’s largest city.

Pasadena is also the second-largest city in Harris County and the 17th-largest city in Texas thanks to its population of about 152,968.

Being in the bay area near the beach and so close to one of the country’s biggest cities definitely has its benefits, but one benefit to living in the area is locals can choose the cheapest electricity rates and providers for their homes and business.

In 2001, Texas became a deregulated state, which means if you’re in Pasadena or another deregulated area, you have the right and the ability to shop and compare multiple electricity rates and providers for your homes and businesses before signing up with the best rates.

To get started, simply type your zip code into our compare box, select ‘commercial’ or ‘residential’ and then click ‘compare.’

After you do this, if you are in need of further information, please feel free to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.

Before Texas became deregulated, residents of Pasadena and other Houston-area cities had Reliant Energy as their only choice for an energy provider, but now, Reliant Energy is one of several providers to consider, including Reliant, TXU, Champion Energy and many more.

University of Houston has a campus in Pasadena. The town is also home to San Jacinto College.

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