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What Kinds Of Electricity Plans Does Energy Texas Offer?


Energy Texas currently has 5 plans available on Texas Electricity Ratings.  5 of the plans feature Renewable (Green) energy.   It appears Energy Texas does not have any prepaid plans available.   The average base charge for a plan from Energy Texas is around $5 per month.

Energy Texas Electricity Rates


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36 Inflation Fix

Utility 500 kwh rate 1,000 kwh rate 2,000 kwh rate
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 16.7¢ per kWh 15.6¢ per kWh 15.1¢ per kWh
AEP-North (Abilene) 15.3¢ per kWh 14.2¢ per kWh 13.7¢ per kWh
Centerpoint (Houston) 16.7¢ per kWh 15.8¢ per kWh 15.3¢ per kWh
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 14.7¢ per kWh 13.9¢ per kWh 13.5¢ per kWh
TNMP (West Texas) 18.3¢ per kWh 17.0¢ per kWh 16.4¢ per kWh

Bigger Than Texas 24

Utility 500 kwh rate 1,000 kwh rate 2,000 kwh rate
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 18.1¢ per kWh 17.0¢ per kWh 16.5¢ per kWh
AEP-North (Abilene) 16.9¢ per kWh 15.8¢ per kWh 15.3¢ per kWh
Centerpoint (Houston) 18.1¢ per kWh 17.2¢ per kWh 16.7¢ per kWh
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 15.7¢ per kWh 14.9¢ per kWh 14.5¢ per kWh
TNMP (West Texas) 19.7¢ per kWh 18.4¢ per kWh 17.8¢ per kWh

Come & Take It 12

Utility 500 kwh rate 1,000 kwh rate 2,000 kwh rate
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 21.5¢ per kWh 20.4¢ per kWh 19.9¢ per kWh
AEP-North (Abilene) 20.0¢ per kWh 18.9¢ per kWh 18.4¢ per kWh
Centerpoint (Houston) 21.4¢ per kWh 20.5¢ per kWh 20.0¢ per kWh
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 19.5¢ per kWh 18.7¢ per kWh 18.3¢ per kWh
TNMP (West Texas) 23.0¢ per kWh 21.7¢ per kWh 21.1¢ per kWh

Energy Texas Monthly

Utility 500 kwh rate 1,000 kwh rate 2,000 kwh rate
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 22.5¢ per kWh 21.4¢ per kWh 20.9¢ per kWh
AEP-North (Abilene) 21.3¢ per kWh 20.2¢ per kWh 19.7¢ per kWh
Centerpoint (Houston) 24.8¢ per kWh 23.9¢ per kWh 23.4¢ per kWh
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 21.3¢ per kWh 20.5¢ per kWh 20.1¢ per kWh
TNMP (West Texas) 26.4¢ per kWh 25.1¢ per kWh 24.5¢ per kWh

The Gruene 18

Utility 500 kwh rate 1,000 kwh rate 2,000 kwh rate
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 19.5¢ per kWh 18.4¢ per kWh 17.9¢ per kWh
AEP-North (Abilene) 18.4¢ per kWh 17.3¢ per kWh 16.8¢ per kWh
Centerpoint (Houston) 19.8¢ per kWh 18.9¢ per kWh 18.4¢ per kWh
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 18.6¢ per kWh 17.8¢ per kWh 17.4¢ per kWh
TNMP (West Texas) 21.4¢ per kWh 20.1¢ per kWh 19.5¢ per kWh


Why are there three electricity rates listed?

Texas law requires that electricity providers tell you what your average rate would be if you used a small, medium, or large amount of electricity. The regulators chose 500 kWh, 1000 kWh, and 2000 kWh. However, certain plans may include bill credits or add/remove monthly fees based on the amount of energy you use. This can mean that your average rate is much higher when you use 990 kWh versus 1000 kWh.

Why do the rates vary across the state?

Prior to deregulation, there were 5 major electrical utilities in Texas. Each had their own poles, wires, and generators. The generators used different fuel sources like coal, oil, or natural gas. The configuration of the distribution lines was also different. The end result is that the cost to generate a kilowatt-hour of electricity and run it through the wires to your home is different depending on where you live in Texas, and the electricity retail providers like Energy Texas need to charge different amounts in the different areas to reflect those varying costs.