Cities Aggregate Power Project

Cities Aggregation Power Project, Inc. (CAPP) is a non-profit organization that pools Texas cities’ electric power needs in order to negotiate lower, more stable prices through bulk purchasing. CAPP has more than 100 city and political subdivision members that collectively purchase 1 billion kilowatt-hours annually. Its members have saved more than $100 million over the past few years in comparison to what they would have paid without aggregation. While seeking savings for its members, CAPP has learned first-hand the flaws of Texas’ current deregulation marketplace.  CAPP supports all legislation that ensures a truly healthy electric market where consumers can save and competition can flourish.

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