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With a population of just over 150,000, Pasadena is the second-largest city in Harris County, just southeast of Houston. Energy consumption in this city is high, given that the top employers in the area are school districts, construction companies, and the Boeing Company. 

Pasadena is deregulated, and energy rates, on average, are less expensive than the majority of the United States, and on par with the rest of Texas. 

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Energy deregulation in Pasadena

In 2002, energy deregulation was passed in Texas, opening up the energy market and giving consumers the choice of energy provider.

Overall, Texas residential electricity rates are 10 percent lower than the national average and commercial electricity rates are nearly 23 percent lower than the national average. Texas also generates the most electricity of any state from wind and fifth-highest amount of electricity from solar energy.

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Renewable energy options for Pasadena

According to the Texan, Electricity produced by Texas wind farms hit its peak market share in April 2020, while demand for oil showed a downturn of over 10 percent. By May, wind power set a one-day record, making up nearly 60 percent of the electricity used in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas market, which covers more than 26 million  customers.

Renewable energy providers in the area include Chariot Energy, Gexa Energy, Green Mountain Energy, and Iberdrola Texas. Enter your ZIP code to find out more about renewable energy suppliers in your area.

Updated: 9/1/2020