Bulb comes to Texas—first stop, Dallas and Houston

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Today is a big day for Texas and the freedom to choose your energy provider.

We’re excited to bring affordable, renewable energy to Texas starting next month. Residents of the Dallas-Ft. Worth and Houston metroplexes will have first access to Bulb, followed by other Texas cities early next year.


Here’s what to look forward to

Starting with Dallas and Houston

Certain cities in Texas allow residents to choose their energy provider and open the door to new energy opportunities. We’re proud to work with Dallas and Houston to offer Bulb Energy as our first markets in Texas. These new markets will help us bring Bulb to as many Texans as possible during our launch and the rest of Texas will follow in early 2020.

The rest of Texas

Once we get to know Texas better, through our start in Dallas and Houston, we plan to open up Bulb to the rest of Texas—in markets where residents have the power to choose their provider. To find out if you have the power to choose your energy provider, click this link (provided by Public Utility Commission of Texas).


Meet our Texas energy generators

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Roscoe Wind Farm

One of the world's largest-capacity wind farms, with 634 wind turbines. At the time of completion in 2009, it was the largest wind farm in the world.

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Webberville Solar Farm

Located in Webberville, Texas. It has 127,728 solar panels, covers an area of 380 acres. Operation began on December 20, 2011, with a ribbon cutting by Austin mayor Lee Leffingwell on January 6, 2012.


Texas energy FAQ’s

Choosing the best energy provider for you is easy. Here are three main questions and answers that we’ve heard from you.

Can I get Bulb where I live?

Our first markets will be Dallas and Houston, followed by the rest of the Texas deregulated energy markets next year. We’re working with municipalities across Texas to open up Bulb to all residents across the state. Stay tuned for more announcements as we share Bulb with the rest of Texas.

What does “deregulated” mean for me?

If you live in Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, Abilene, Corpus Christi, Galveston, McAllen, Waco, you’ll be among the first residents in Texas to have access to Bulb. These markets allow for new energy providers to serve their residents. If you live in San Antonio or Austin and would like access to Bulb, we encourage you to contact your local representative and let them know you’d like the power to choose your provider.

Where does my energy come from and how much does it cost?

We’re proud to work with independent energy providers throughout Texas. Wind, solar, and hydroelectricity are the main sources of the energy we offer. Our technology allows us to keep costs low and provide best-in-class service. Most Bulb users report saving 15-20% on their electricity bill after switching to Bulb. We’re proud to connect you with energy that is simpler, cheaper, greener.

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“It feels good to be with Bulb.”

— John and Emilia, Bulb users since 2017

Russ Garcia