11618Re: [hreg] RE: Renewable Energy
- May 8, 2013Home Depot installs a capacitor called a kvar which reduces spikes and peaks. This and other devices can help reduce cost.Kent
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On May 8, 2013, at 6:21 AM, Garth & Kim Travis <gartht@...> wrote:
I am working hard to stay on a residential plan, as a business rate with
the cooperatives is considerably higher.
Garth & Kim Travis
On 5/7/2013 10:17 PM, Robert Johnston wrote:
> Why are business plans different than residential? I’ve always
> wondered. I know small businesses that use similar amounts of energy as
> my home. Why can’t we access the same plans? Sounds like you may be
> someone who has the answer to this burning question! J
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> *Kent Seuser
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> *Subject:* Re: [hreg] RE: Renewable Energy
> For business clients producing renewable energy, I have a special
> business contract tailored to your production and use. This is specific
> to Texas and will provided 1 to 1 cost/production. To my knowledge the
> only rep that comes close is green mountain energy for residential
> customers up to 499 kwh per month. Each kwh after will be paid the
> actual production cost which has been 2.5 to 3 cents per kwh.
> Of interested in learning more about this custom business electric
> contract call me at 832 655 8686
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> On May 7, 2013, at 8:00 AM, Russell Warren <russellrwarren@...
> <mailto:russellrwarren@...>> wrote:
> There seems to be a plan from TXU that actually is less expensive
> for people who use less energy. So far it is the only one I have
> found. It seems to be one of the least expensive for usage in the
> 500 kWh range.
> This is the energy facts label.
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