Homeowners in North Richland Hills say the city government is making it harder – not easier – to harness clean energy.
Bucking the trend of other North Texas cities, on Wednesday the Dallas City Council agreed to a rate hike with Atmos Energy — the natural gas supplier. It would boost the average residential bill by $2.08 a month, businesses by roughly $6.
Dozens of cities are saying no to a request from Atmos Energy to raise monthly gas bills. The increase would add about $2 to the average household bill, but analysts for a group of cities believe that’s more than double what the utility needs.
First, it was the ice storm last month. This week, it’s the cold snap. Many North Texans turned up their thermostats — and kept them there. After mother nature’s bitter blast, residents like Bob Firth are already seeing higher heating bills.
For Texans looking to save money on their monthly energy bills, Oncor is offering a simple solution: plant a tree.
The Texas Public Utility Commission voted Thursday to raise the wholesale electricity price cap by 50 percent this summer in a move it hopes will spur construction of new power plants.
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T Boone Pickens, CEO, BP Capital and Founder, PickensPlan.com explains the likelyhood of an energy bill passing this year and recaps his first year on the road with the PickensPlan.