Please join us on Tuesday, December 18 at 12PM CDT for our latest Webinar, "Texas Power Pool: Texas' First Redesigned Public-Entity Power Purchasing Option." The Texas Power Pool is a new State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) resource offered exclusively to public entities in Texas.
Knowing public entities would be burdened when Texas electricity deregulation began in 2002, a variety of inter-local purchasing programs were created to help them through the process of purchasing power in the new marketplace. Nearly twenty years later, competition in ERCOT has produced some of the lowest electricity rates in the nation and more renewable energy than any other state. However, many of these programs remain virtually unchanged and have not evolved with the marketplace to offer best available rates and renewable energy options.
Texas public entities that use these programs could be overspending millions of dollars each year on electricity because they do not shop for the best price, or mistakenly assume that the program is objectively shopping on their behalf. Key to evaluating any energy purchase requires asking questions to ensure fair price competition. We offer a list of best practices which will help you ask the right questions to avoid the most common, costly mistakes made by many, if not most, public entities. Addressing these concerns, we also introduce a newly redesigned public entity purchasing option: the Texas Power Pool
TJ Ermoian, President
Texas Energy Aggregation
Title: Texas Power Pool: Texas' First Redesigned Public-Entity Power Purchasing Option
Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour