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12.1¢ / kWh
at 1,000 kWh per bill
$118 est. avg. bill
Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 1,000 kWh per month

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Plan Type:
Fixed (24 months)
Early Termination Fee:
$135.00
Monthly Recurring Charge:
$4.95


12.1¢ per kWh
@ 1,000 kWh



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Rate by Usage Amount

Bill Estimate by Month

Bill Estimate Details by Month


January
11.9¢/kwh  
February
12.0¢/kwh  
March
12.2¢/kwh  
April
12.3¢/kwh  
May
12.2¢/kwh  
June
11.8¢/kwh  
July
11.7¢/kwh  
August
11.6¢/kwh  
September
11.6¢/kwh  
October
11.8¢/kwh  
November
12.0¢/kwh  
December
12.2¢/kwh  

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About First Choice Power


First Choice Power was the retail electricity arm of Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP), one of the five Transmission & Distribution Service Providers in the state of Texas. In 2001, they spun off from TNMP to focus solely on retail electricity service. In 2011 they were purchased by Direct Energy.

Direct Energy is the largest competitive retailer of energy and related services in North America. With operations across Canada, Texas and the north-eastern United States, Direct Energy delivers $8 billion of energy and related services to over five million residential and commercial customers. They operate generation assets, as well as retail electricity services in multiple states across the US.

Direct Energy is a member of Centrica, group of companies provides energy and other services with more than 32 million customer relationships.


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Plan Name
Company
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Rating
Length
Price
Est Avg Bill
36 months
11.9¢ / kwh
at 1,000 kWh per bill
$119 est. avg. bill
Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 0 kWh per month
24 months
12.1¢ / kwh
at 1,000 kWh per bill
$121 est. avg. bill
Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 0 kWh per month
12 months
12.3¢ / kwh
at 1,000 kWh per bill
$123 est. avg. bill
Based on a yearly usage curve averaging 0 kWh per month
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