Energy Management Guide
Does your bill seem higher than usual? We understand that fluctuations are cause for concern. Start with understanding your bill and then learn about other common causes for high bills and solutions to help you control your energy usage and lower your costs.
Recognizing Other Billing Factors
The number of days in your billing cycle, estimated meter reads, adjustments and other non-usage charges (deposits, connection fees, returned checks, Transmission and Distribution Utility pass-through charges, etc.) can impact your bill amount. Learn more.
Understanding How Weather Affects Your Invoice
Weather is the number one cause of high invoices. Significant swings in outside temperature may make your electric cooling and heating equipment operate for longer periods of time than usual. Only a few days of extreme temperatures can increase your usage and cause your invoice to be noticeably higher. Learn how weather can affect your electricity usage.
TXU Energy Power Report
The TXU Energy PowerReport is an innovative reporting tool that lets you track and monitor your company’s electricity consumption. Pull reports by Contract Account or ESI ID from any Web-enabled computer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Learn more.
Energy Savings Tips
Looking for heating and cooling or office tips? These basic energy saving tips can help you reduce your electricity usage. Conservation is not only good for the environment but can also increase your savings.
Also, find detailed information on where to look first for cost-effective savings and advice on low- and no-cost steps to make your facilities operate more efficiently and reliably. Get recommendations for improving building performance over the long run. Learn more.
Track and Monitor Your Usage
Understanding your company’s electricity consumption can help you track and manage costs. See when and how you are using energy with the MyEnergy Dashboard for small business customers. A usage graph will show you trends and the impact of outdoor temperatures.
What is electric demand and how is it measured? Find out how your usage affects demand and its impact on your invoice. Plus, learn ways to reduce your demand charges. Learn more.
Average Monthly Billing
Take the ups and downs out of your electricity bill with Average Monthly Billing. It’s perfect for budgeting for your business – when you smooth out seasonal highs and lows your invoice is more predictable. Learn more.