Find the Cheapest Electricity Rates for Emory TX 75440

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Electricity rates for Emory 75440 texas

Popular Plans in Emory

Name Term Price
GoodEnergy 24 24 12.1¢
Champ Saver-12 12 12.2¢
36 Inflation Fix 36 11.8¢
The Gruene 18 18 12.3¢
Reliant Conservation 24 plan 24 12.5¢
Come & Take It 12 12 10.5¢
GoodEnergy 36 36 12.3¢
Free Weekends-24 24 12.5¢
Simply Select 24 24 12.4¢
GoodGreen 24 24 12.4¢
Simply Select 16 16 12.5¢
GoodGreen 36 36 12.6¢
GoodGreen 12 12 12.4¢
Conservation 12 plan 12 12.5¢
Simply Select 12 12 12.3¢
ecobee Clean & Green 36 36 12.3¢
Wise Buy 24 24 11.8¢
Bigger Than Texas 24 24 11.7¢
GoodEnergy 12 12 12.1¢
Champ Saver-24 24 12.4¢

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What Customers Are Asking In Emory

What are the most popular plans?

The most popular electricity plans in 75440 in the past 30 days are 36 Inflation Fix, Maxx Saver Select 12, Bigger Than Texas 24, Moving Made Easy, and Simply Select 12.

What is the average cost of a 6 month electricity plan in the city of Emory, TX?

The average rate of a 6 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 0¢/kWh, ranging from 0¢/kWh to 0¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are

For 12 month plans, the average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 15.4¢/kWh, ranging from 12¢/kWh to 18.9¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are Maxx Saver Select 12, Simply Select 12, and Come & Take It 12.

What are the cheapest 24 month energy plans in my area 75440?

The most affordable electricity plans in 75440 are Wise Buy 24 from 12.9¢/kWh, Bigger Than Texas 24 from 13.3¢/kWh, Champ Saver-24 from 13.4¢/kWh, Free Weekends-24 from 13.5¢/kWh, and Simply Select 24 from 13.7¢/kWh.

Electricity and local information about 75440

Stats for 75440

Emory, Texas, 75440 covers 114.96 square miles and has a population of 6350 people. This makes 75440 the 914th most populated zipcode region in Texas.

Area codes in 75440 include 903/430.

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News Articles Around Emory

A Holiday Freeze Nearly Blacked Out ERCOT

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Could The Big Holiday Freeze Have Snagged ERCOT?

That big holiday freeze in December narrowly missed affecting Texas. Learn what helped keep your lights on and what didn't.
This past Christmas, Texas narrowly missed a big holiday freeze. Learn what helped keep the lights on and what really didn't help at all.

Folks in the Carolinas got something blacker than coal for Christmas: rolling blackouts. The big holiday freeze caused equipment failures, and inaccurate weather modeling led to outages. Half a million customers in the Duke Energy Carolinas service area lost power. With some exceptions, Texas electricity customers escaped a similar fate. But the close call caused some state leaders to question the recent power grid reforms. 

Crypto Miners To The Rescue

Some Texans are skeptical about the cyptocurrency miners setting up shop here. Their facilities demand a constant flow of power. However, most volunteer to shut off their power to spare the state from blackouts. And over the big holiday freeze, they did just that. 

ERCOT made this plan with crypto miners in March 2022 amid fears the miners would bleed the power grid. But over the holidays, miners saved Texas’ bacon. They returned about 1500 MW of power back to the grid. This is enough to heat more than 1.5 million small homes. That’s no small drop in the bucket for a state of 30 million people.  

Big Holiday Freeze Solutions 

So what is Texas to do? The state enacted reforms two years ago right after Winter Storm Uri. But the case with last month’s freeze is too close for comfort. 

Natural gas is the bugaboo in all of this. Failures in natural gas infrastructure caused electric outages during Winter Storm Uri. And similar failures in the recent big holiday freeze hit some homes and businesses. One neighborhood in Austin-exurb Leander went without power for nearly a week. Talk about a not-so-merry Christmas. This was not the time for customers’ electricity meters to stop running. 

Gas utility Atmos Energy issued a mea culpa afterwards. But that doesn’t erase the memory of a shivering yuletide. Now, the state is grilling Atmos for its’ actions during the big holiday freeze. Could they have warned people earlier? Could they have kept gas flowing?

The Texas Railroad Commissioner (RRC) oversees the natural gas industry. But so far, they’ve seemed unwilling to work with PUC and ERCOT to make sure Texans’ lights stay on in icy weather. RRC Chair Christi Craddick bristled at sharing the most basic real time data with ERCOT when asked by lawmakers. 

Meanwhile, the Performance Credit Mechanism (PCM) the PUC has proposed continues to draw scrutiny from lawmakers and industry insiders. This plan rewards power generators who make power during peak demand periods. The PUC thinks this will spur companies to build more power plants. However, consumer advocates find no guarantees in this set-up. Any new system will increase consumer power prices

Your Home’s Power 

Any fixes Texas puts in place will impact electric power prices. No matter how state leaders handle the macro issues of the Texas power grid, you still need a power plan for your home. Peruse the options at to discover the electric contract that best meets your energy needs.  

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