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Champion Energy: Top honors again in J.D. Power and Associates 2013 survey
And 8 other ranking companies with plans on TrueCost

Posted by Troy Donovan on 09/06/2013 at 4:11 PM

J.D. Power and Associates’ (JDPA) annual customer satisfaction surveys are a big deal at CenterPoint Energy. Our natural gas companies are measured by them, and we use the results to see whether improvements we make are resulting in happier customers.
JDPA also collects feedback from customers of electric companies as part of their Texas Residential Retail Electric Provider Customer Satisfaction Study(SM). The study, now in its sixth year, measures customer satisfaction with retail electric service providers in Texas by examining four key factors (listed in order of importance): price, billing and payment, communications and customer service. 
At the top of list this year (and also for three previous years) is Champion Energy Services. Learn more about their ranking as highest in customer satisfaction.
We’re excited to report that nine of the companies studied, including Champion Energy, currently offer plans through TrueCost.  Others receiving good marks (by ranking) are BounceCirroSparkAmigoTara and Gexa Energy. Average ranking resulted for YEP Energy and Southwest Power & Light. The chart below shows the survey’s complete ranking list, and we’ve highlighted companies with listings on TrueCost with green stars. You can read more about J.D. Power and Associates’ survey results here.
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