About AEP Texas North Electricity Service
About AEP North
What became AEP North started out as the West Texas Utilities (WTU) Company in 1922 following a merger of seven west Texas power and ice companies. In 1925, WTU came under the control of Central and South West Corporation (CSW). In the late 1940s, the company separated off its natural gas, water, and ice businesses and focus solely on its electric utility operations. American Electric Power (AEP) bought Central and South West Corporation in 1979, renaming it AEP Texas. That was when WTU became AEP Texas North Company.
Following deregulation, AEP kept its two Texas subsidiary companies (AEP North and AEP Central) as separate TDSP/TDU companies. In 2016 they were finally fully merged into AEP Texas. In 2019, AEP Texas began consolidating charges from its North and Central Divisions into one rate. The new single tariff rate went into affect in May, 2020.
American Electric Power (AEP) is an investor-owned electricity utility company based in Corpus Christi, Texas. Because AEP Texas serves so much of Texas, the company is active in all the communities it serves. In 2019, the AEP Texas Foundation supported more than 160 nonprofit organizations and social services agencies throughout the state. Over the years, the AEP Texas Foundation has become a mainstay in communities, awarding numerous grants to education and social justice projects as well.
How do I get the Cheapest Rate in AEP North?
We work to guide customers to help them get the cheapest electricity rate. Or you can use our AEP North Bill Calculator tool.
There are four basic steps:
- Understand your AEP North Service area usage
- Know your credit score
- Understand AEP North Energy (Local Utility) Fees
- Understand The EFL (Electricity Facts Label)
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