Skip to content
Image of a smiling store clerk using her phone. The photo is cropped in a diamond shape and outlined by some pink, orange, and yellow lines.

Welcome to the Price To Compare Blog.

Explore industry news and stay up to date on energy savings tips.

blog image
5 minutes
02/28/2024

Understanding Fixed Rate vs Variable Rate Electricity

Fixed Rate vs Variable Rate Electricity: Making the Right Choice In today’s era of mindful spending, there’s no decision more critical than choosing the right electricity plan. Your electricity provider offers you two main options: fixed and variable rates. This article is your compass,
Read more >
blog image
4 minutes
11/10/2023

Navigating Same Day Electricity

How to Get Same Day Electricity There’s no need to overpay when you need same-day electricity. In deregulated markets, a residential energy broker makes it easy to compare power plans. How is same-day electricity even possible? Because of smart meters, that’s how. This newer technology allows
Read more >
blog image
5 minutes
11/03/2023

Regulated vs. Deregulated Energy Markets

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), notes that the nation’s power grid is fed by some 7,300 power plants. Some 160,000 miles of high-voltage power lines transmit electricity across the grid. Today, about 40% of the nation’s electricity is generated from natural
Read more >
blog image
5 minutes
10/27/2023

What is an Energy Broker?

Energy markets span a broad timeline, including everything from the time power is generated at its source to the time it reaches the consumer. Several key players have a hand in this process, including suppliers and utility companies who generate, transmit, and distribute electricity. One often over
Read more >
blog image
6 minutes
10/23/2023

The Impact of Weather on Your Energy Bill in Texas

Texas’s weather, though mostly favorable, affects energy costs due to its influence on electricity consumption. Recognizing the connection between temperature and energy demand is crucial for consumers and stakeholders to ensure grid stability and manage expenses during extreme weather. High e
Read more >