Compare Lewisville Electricity Rates & Energy Suppliers

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Top Five 12 Month Best Electric Rates for Lewisville

Company Term Rate
Gexa Energy 12/months 11.1¢/kWh
Frontier Utilities 12/months 11.1¢/kWh
Constellation 12/months 12.9¢/kWh
TXU Energy 12/months 13.9¢/kWh
Rates as of Sep 25, 2023 at 02:27 PM

Five Cheapest 24 Month Electricity Prices in Lewisville

Company Term Rate
4Change Energy 24/months 11.1¢/kWh
Champion Energy Services 24/months 14.8¢/kWh
Rates as of Sep 25, 2023 at 02:27 PM

Lewisville's Top 36 Month Fixed Rate Electric Plans

Company Term Rate
Veteran Energy 36/months 12.5¢/kWh
BKV Energy 36/months 14.3¢/kWh
Rates as of Sep 25, 2023 at 02:27 PM

Average Electricity Rates & Energy Usage in Lewisville

In November, the average electricity rate in Lewisville was 14.82¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 845 kWh, making the average bill around $125.

based on EIA Data as of August, 2023

Lewisville Energy Rates, Providers, and Plans FAQ

What Lewisville Constellation electricity plans are available?

The following rates are available from Constellation

12 Month Flat Tier Product12.90 cents per kWh
12 Month Usage Bill Credit15.90 cents per kWh
12Mo Usage Bill Credit + A/C Protection for 1 Unit and HVAC Monitoring15.90 cents per kWh
12Mo Usage Bill Credit + A/C Protection for 2 Units and HVAC Monitoring15.90 cents per kWh
12 Month (No Min Usage Fee)17.30 cents per kWh
12 Month GREEN (No Min Usage Fee)17.70 cents per kWh
12 Month Usage Bill Credit17.90 cents per kWh
12 Month (No Min Usage Fee)19.50 cents per kWh
12 Month GREEN (No Min Usage Fee)19.90 cents per kWh

What is a cheap TXU Energy electricity rate in Lewisville?

Clear Deal 12 is the cheapest rate from TXU Energy. It is a 12 month plan with a rate of 13.900 cents per kWh.

You can order the Clear Deal 12 plan here on TexasElectricityRatings without hassling with the state-run website

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About Lewisville Texas

History of Lewisville

The Republic of Texas allowed the Peter's Colony Land Grant Company to settle the North Texas region in 1841. However, it was not until 1844 when John King and his wife settled towards the eastern side of the prairie where the city is currently located. Those who came from Missouri and Platte County were allowed to live on the western side, and among them were people like James Holford and John, who later named the area Holford's Prairie. Far down the southern part, a church was established by Presbyterians, and they named it Flower Mound. After the Hedgcoxe War, there was a dispute over land ownership, thus the reason why Basdeal Lewis bought Holford's Prairie in 1853.

The Fox family, who owned several enslaved people, buried a young soul on the family farm. This later developed into a cemetery for the black residents called the Fox-Hembery Cemetery, which is in existence to date. The cemetery was restored in 2011 after falling into disrepair. The town became home to the first cotton gin of Denton County after it was reconstructed. The gin was built in 1867 and could produce three bales per day.

Lewisville Culture

This city is home to the Lewisville Grand Theatre, sometimes referred to as the Grand, and is located towards the eastern side of Interstate 35E in the city's old town. The theatre is the center for all arts in the city as it can showcase films, provide a front for different artistic performances, and host meetings. The theatre's project was started in 2004, and it aimed to fulfill the goal of building an arts center that coincides with the Old Town Station of 2011. It was later opened in January 2011, followed by various performances, exhibits, children's shows, and concerts.

Landmarks in Lewisville, TX

  1. Grapevine Lake

    This American reservoir was impounded in 1952 when Denton Creek was in demand by the United States Army Corps of Engineers since it was a tributary to the Trinity River. The reservoir's main purpose was to control floods and provide open and recreation areas.

  2. Old Alton Bridge

    Also known as the Goatman's Bridge is a historical site that connects Copper Canyon and Denton cities. The bridge was built in 1884 by a company named King Iron Bridge, and it initially carried horses but later went for automobiles. The city is named after an abandoned community of Alton that existed between 1850 and 1856.

Tourist Attraction Sites in Lewisville, TX

  1. Hawaiian Falls The Colony

    This is a big waterpark with more ideas than you could think. The good is that their water is always maintained clean, not to forget their park. So feel free to carry some drinks and snacks with you upon your visit. The amazing park is located at 4400 Paige Rd, The Colony, 75056 TX, USA.

  2. Lake Park

    This park is considered an amazing shoreline area for picnics and swimming. Additionally, they are popular for their golfing disc spots not to forget that you can also engage in some great catfishing of the bank. This amazing park is located at 600 Sandy Beach Rd, Lewisville, 75057, TX, USA.