Like most providers, APG&E has several plans available to customers in Texas. These plans, along with their specific rates by area, are listed in the tables below:


APG&E Rates for Dallas

Plan Name Term Length Rate at 2,000 kWh Rate at 1,000 kWh Rate at 500 kWh
TrueClassic 24 24 11.300¢ 11.300¢ 11.300¢
TrueClassic 12 12 11.800¢ 11.800¢ 11.800¢
TrueClassic 6 6 12.500¢ 12.500¢ 12.500¢


APG&E Rates for Houston

Plan Name Term Length Rate at 2,000 kWh Rate at 1,000 kWh Rate at 500 kWh
TrueClassic 24 24 11.800¢ 11.800¢ 11.800¢
TrueClassic 12 12 12.300¢ 12.300¢ 12.300¢
TrueGreen 12 12 12.700¢ 12.700¢ 12.700¢
TrueClassic 6 6 13.100¢ 13.100¢ 13.100¢


APG&E Rates for Alvin

Plan Name Term Length Rate at 2,000 kWh Rate at 1,000 kWh Rate at 500 kWh
TrueClassic 24 24 13.000¢ 13.000¢ 13.000¢
TrueClassic 12 12 13.500¢ 13.500¢ 13.500¢
TrueClassic 6 6 14.300¢ 14.300¢ 14.300¢


APG&E Rates for Corpus Christi

Plan Name Term Length Rate at 2,000 kWh Rate at 1,000 kWh Rate at 500 kWh
TrueClassic 24 24 12.100¢ 12.100¢ 12.100¢
TrueClassic 12 12 12.600¢ 12.600¢ 12.600¢
TrueClassic 6 6 13.400¢ 13.400¢ 13.400¢


APG&E Rates for Abilene

Plan Name Term Length Rate at 2,000 kWh Rate at 1,000 kWh Rate at 500 kWh
TrueClassic 24 24 11.300¢ 11.300¢ 11.300¢
TrueClassic 12 12 11.700¢ 11.700¢ 11.700¢
TrueClassic 6 6 12.500¢ 12.500¢ 12.500¢


How do I find other providers plans?

You can easily find the electricity rates for APG&E as well as other suppliers in your area by entering your zip code in the box provided below.

Why does APG&E charge different electricity rates depending on where I live?

That's a good question - you might think the rates should be the same everywhere, after all, it's just electricity, right?

The reality is that as the Texas electric grid was built out, infrastructure was put in place by the regulated monopoly providers at the time. They built generators here and there, using different kinds of fuel and different configurations, and hooked them to the grid as it made sense to at the time. When electricity was deregulated, retailers like APG&E were allowed to offer a price to the public. However, the old decisions about how to construct the grid and where to put the generation plants does affect how expensive the wholesale electricity is in different regions, and the various TDSP's (the companies that take care of the poles and wires) all charge different rates to the retail providers for their services as well. Thus, in order to be competitive and provide the best rates for customers, APG&E (as well as other retailers) generally base their prices on the costs of generation and distribution in the different areas.