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TCAP Benefits of Membership

Texas Coalition for Affordable Power
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Jordan Wollman

on 12 September 2013

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Transcript of TCAP Benefits of Membership

Benefits of Membership
PUTTING YOU IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT
FIRST:
THE PREREQUISITES
WHAT IS
TCAP?
TCAP exists to leverage the power of cities and political subdivisions working hand-in-hand to negotiate the purchase of deregulated electricity, driving down costs and increasing stability.
We also actively advocate on behalf of Texas business and residential consumers.
HOW MANY MEMBERS
DO YOU SERVE?
Eleven years. Millions saved.
Over 160 served.
Abilene
Addison
Alamo
Alice
Allen
Alton
Anna
Aquilla Water Supply
Aransas County MUD
Aransas Pass
Arlington
Austwell
Bangs
Beeville
Bellmead
Belton
Benbrook
Benbrook Library District
Benbrook Water Authority
Bishop
Brownwood
Burkburnett
Burleson
Calhoun Port Authority
Carrizo Springs
Cedar Hill
Celina
Charlotte
Cisco
Cleburne
Clute
Clyde
Colleyville
Colorado City
Comanche
Commerce
Copperas Cove
Corinth
Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi Housing Authority
Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority
Crockett
Decatur
Denison
DeSoto
Dickinson
Dilley
Dublin
Duncanville
Eastland
Edgecliff Village
Edna
Euless
Everman
Falfurrias
Farmersville
Flower Mound
Forest Hill
Fort Stockton
Frisco
Fulton
Gainesville
George West
Godley
Grand Prairie
Grapevine
Haltom City
Hamilton
Harker Heights
Harlingen
Harlingen Housing Authority
Henrietta
Highland Park
Howe
Hurst
Ingleside
Ingleside on the Bay
Johnson County SUD
Kaufman
Keller
Kenedy
Kennedale
Kingsville
La Feria
La Marque
Laguna Vista
Lake Jackson
Lancaster
Lewisville
Lorena
Los Fresnos
Lovelady
Lyford
Mansfield
Manvel
McAllen
McAllen Housing Authority
Mercedes
Merkel
Midlothian
Mission
Mission Housing Authority
Missouri City
Murphy
Nacogdoches
North Richland Hills
Oak Point
Odem
Odessa
Orange Grove
Ovilla
Palestine
Palmer
Pantego
Paris
Pearland
Plano
Pleasanton
Point Comfort
Port Aransas
Port Lavaca
Portland
Premont
Prosper
Red Oak
Refugio
Richland Hills
Rio Grande
Robinson
Rockport
Rockwall
Rotan
Rowlett
Royse City
Sachse
Saginaw
San Angelo
San Juan
Seadrift
Sherman
Sinton
Snyder
South Padre Island
South Texas Water Authority
Spring Valley
Springtown
Sugar Land
Sunnyvale
Sweetwater
Taft
Terrell
The Colony
Trophy Club
University Park
Upper Leon River MWD
Venus
Vernon
Victoria
Watauga
Webster
West Central Texas MWD
White Settlement
Whitney
Wichita Falls
Woodsboro
Woodway
Wylie
To be specific:
WHAT BENEFITS DOES MEMBERSHIP OFFER?
HISTORICALLY
FAVORABLE
PRICING
ACCESS TO CONSULTANTS
LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY
BUDGET CERTAINTY
Negotiation, regulatory, reporting, billing,
switching service,
legislative, and more
CONTRACT
TERMS
CUSTOMIZED WEB ACCESS
NON PROFIT AGENCY
GOVERNED BY
CITY REPRESENTATIVES
REFUNDS TO MEMBERS:
$5.3 MILLION
REFUNDS TO PORTLAND:
$26,976
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