Lake Dallas Launches Another Texas Power Switch
“Helping Lake Dallas residents save money on their electricity bills”
Lake Dallas residents have a choice in electric providers, however most people have not made a change in the past three years and are overpaying for their electricity. With the approval of City Council, the City of Lake Dallas is providing a service that helps residents better understand the complex energy market and lower their electricity bills.
The Texas Power Switch is an electricity switching program that gives residents the opportunity to join together and get a lower rate on electricity by asking providers to bid on the group’s business. The city is not paying any money to be part of the program and is not receiving any money for helping to promote it.
A growing number of Texans are joining the Texas Power Switch program and saving an average of $375 a year on their electricity bills. There is also no cost to residents who choose to participate or an obligation to accept the winning provider’s offer.
How it works:
- Register for free at http://www.texaspowerswitch.com/lakedallas.
- Registrants will automatically be entered into a group made up of other registrants.
- Electric providers will compete for the group’s business by offering their best rates and the lowest rate wins.
- All registered residents will receive a personal offer email by February 14, 2020 and can then decide whether to accept the offer or not. There is no obligation to switch.
Questions about the program can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available by calling 888-376-2077.
You are not required to be a Lake Dallas resident to register. Anyone living in a service area where you can choose your electric provider can participate.
Para obtener más información en español, visite texaspowerswitch.com/texas/es
The power switch period moves through four phases:
Sign Up: Anyone living in a deregulated area can register for the Lake Dallas Power Switch at www.texaspowerswitch.com/lakedallas.
Rate Announcement: Providers will bid against each other in a reverse energy auction. The provider who offers the cheapest rate gets to offer you a new electricity contract.
Personal Offer: After the auction, residents will receive a personal offer which will outline the potential savings.
Accept/Decline: After residents receive their personal offer, they will have the option to accept or decline it. For those who accept, the Power Switch team will take care of the entire switching process.
Remember: If you’ve already participated in a previous program, keep in mind that you have to re-register to switch every year.