Baytown Texas is a city within the Harris County and partially in the Chambers County in the Gulf Coast region of the US state of Texas. Located within the Houston,The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area it lies along both State Highway 146 and Interstate 10. It is the fourth largest city within this metropolitan area. Baytown has been a part of the Texas deregulation of electricity since the very beginning. Deregulations give residents the power to choose which electricity companies meet their energy needs with affordable rates. By having the electricity companies compete to earn Baytown residents business electricity companies are forced to provide competitive electricity rates for both postpaid electricity and prepaid electricity. What is the difference between postpaid and prepaid electricity. Postpaid electricity requires potential customer to undergo a credit evaluation which determines if a deposit is required or not. Prepaid electricity plans have no credit checks and no deposit requirement which make them ideal for Baytown residents who have credit issues. Basically you pay for the electricity you use in advance by avoiding the hassle of needing a credit check or deposit requirement. Having the power to compare electricity rates give Baytown residents’ choice which results in lower energy bills. Also with so many small to large businesses Baytown business community can also take advantage of deregulation. Deregulation for businesses means having choice when it comes to the electricity provide you choose which results in lower energy cost. Saving money on energy bills can result in overall overhead savings and thus providing more funds to put into other aspects of your business.