Texas

On January 1, 2002, Texas became an open competitive market, and since its restructure, the Texas electricity market has been active. Texas energy users quickly realized that being a non-shopper was costly as utility companies raised their supply rates 30%. With approximately 85% of commercial and industrial customers switching providers at least once since 2002, the electricity market in Texas is the most active open market in the U.S.

As customers have become more educated on their options in a competitive energy market, they realize the importance and financial impact a well-negotiated contract can mean for their business but typically lack the resources to manage the process. Our proven track record has led to Rapid Power Management being one of the most trusted energy advisers in the industry.

Rapid Power Management offers Texas-based companies access to the brightest team of energy procurement consultants in the country. From mid-size to large companies, Rapid Power Management has the experience and expertise to help you reduce energy consumption and lower electricity costs. Give us a call to discuss how we can help you manage your energy procurement strategy more effectively.

Some of the companies we work with in Texas are Siemens, Aramark, Woot! and Russell Stover Candies. If you are interested in any of these services or have any questions, please call or email the Texas representative listed below:

Services RPM offers: Management of Energy Procurement

Some of the companies we work with in Illinois are Siemens, Aramark, The Roho Group and Mt. Pulaski Products.

If you are interested in any of these services or have any questions, please call or email the Illinois representative listed below:

Texas Contact

James “J.D.” Dodson – President
Email: jd@rapidpower.net
Direct Line: (469) 759-1450

Client Testimonial

"We partnered with RPM because they offered the best experience and knowledge of the energy market. They were responsive to our needs and presented us with realistic goals when it came to deciding what was achievable as a solution." Derek Chapin, CFO of Woot.com

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