My wife and I will both have electric cars when my Tesla gets here in a few weeks. When that happens, there's no more excuse for us to switch over to wind-powered electricity (not that there's anything stopping us now). As you no doubt know our state is one of the largest producers of wind powered electricity on the continent. There are several providers from which to choose in Houston. As anyone done the groundwork or have actual customer experience with any of them to share? Breeze Energy has a big ad campaign on right now and then there's Green Mountain, Reliant has a 100% wind plan, all the majors also have wind plans. Fun fact moment: on Nov. 27, Texas wind farms sent so much electricity into wholesale markets that it sold for essentially nothing. In other words, free power. Of course, this was just a spike of megawatts that didn't affect residential rates at all, but still it shows that wind farms in Texas are a practical alternative to hydrocarbons. All they need now are some of Elon's industrial battery banks to modulate production against demand.