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Thanks to a deregulated electricity market in the majority of Texas, you have the power to research different retail electric providers for a plan to match your home’s energy needs – and your wallet. Even if you are happy with your current retail electric provider, it never hurts to shop around for different electric plans.
No matter what electric company you choose to supply your home with electricity, you will still maintain the same utility company. Your utility will maintain the wires and infrastructure and will be the company you call in case of a power outage.
If you've had the same retail electric provider supply your electricity for years, it doesn’t hurt to look at plans from different providers that are available to you. With TXU Energy, Texas residents can choose from a variety of stable-rate or indexed electricity plans.
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As a resident of Killeen, you might be eligible to choose this electricity supplier. With a number of energy-saving tools and plans, the company might be a good fit for your home and budget – especially given the harsh summer temperatures.
TXU Energy in Killeen employs a number of community and conservation programs to educate consumers on energy conservation through free home energy audits and the distribution of thousands of energy-efficient light bulbs. Additionally, it has an energy aid program, an initiative that began 30 years ago, that has grown to be the largest bill-payment assistant program in the country among retail electric suppliers. The program helps low- or fixed-income Texans pay their energy bill and continue electricity service for cooling and heating during brutal summers and winters, when energy is most consumed.
To preserve the Texas landscape, the company has also partnered with the Texas Trees Foundation to create an urban tree farm and education center. The center is the country’s largest nonprofit urban tree farm, and with the help of volunteers, has planted more than 190,000 across the state of Texas.