If you are an Abilene, TX resident, you luckily live in an area of the country with deregulated electricity. This gives you the power to choose your own Texas electricity provider. However, comparing Abilene electricity rates in your area can be overwhelming with so many providers and options to choose from.
ElectricityRates.com is here to make it easy. With the Rate Comparison Tool, you can compare multiple providers and plans near you in seconds. To get started, enter your ZIP Code above.
Shop Abilene Electricity Rates
The local utility company for Abilene is AEP Texas. You can see a snapshot of some of the best rates for the Abilene area below. For a full list of plans on ElectricityRates.com, enter your ZIP Code at the top of this page.
|Provider||Plan Name||Length||Rate Per kWh|
At 1000kWh avg. usage
Green Eagle 6
Best Value 12
|Plan||Rate Per kWh|
At 1000kWh avg. usage
Green Eagle 6
Best Value 12
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How to Compare Abilene Electricity Rates
ElectricityRates.com makes it easier than ever to find the best electricity providers and rates in Abilene, Texas. Using the Rate Comparison Tool, you can compare multiple electricity companies and their energy plans side by side. After you find the plan you like, you can enroll in minutes. Just follow this simple three-step process:
- Enter your ZIP Code – To see rates and providers in your area.
- Compare electricity providers – Pay careful attention to each company’s plan rate-structure and length.
- Switch electricity providers – After you find the best pricing and right plan, select the plan, and enroll.
It’s that easy! After you enroll, your new energy provider will take care of the rest for you. There are no interruptions in your electricity service. The only change is your electricity plan.
How to Find the Best Abilene Electricity Plan
When comparing electricity plans for the Abilene area, there are a few factors that you should keep in mind.
Your Electricity Usage
For any Abilene electricity plan, your effective electricity rate will vary based on your electricity usage each month. It is important to understand your average electricity usage and see which months are higher/lower than usual, so you can pick a plan that fits that usage.
The Electricity Rate
Your electricity rate is what you pay per kilowatt-hour for electricity. The “plan details” section under a plan on ElectricityRates.com lists your rate at three different usage levels (usually 500 kWh, 1,000 kWh, and 2,000 kWh).
ElectricityRates.com offers fixed-rate electricity plans that almost always save you more than variable-rate electricity plans. You also have your choice of renewable energy plans, plans with incentives bundled in, and plans with usage credits that go towards your total bill at the end of the month.
For fixed-rate plans, the plan length shows how long your rate is locked in. Electricity plans can vary anywhere from 6 months to 3+ years. Many fixed-rate electricity plans come with cancellation fees if you cancel your service before the plan ends. However, long-term plans can keep you locked in at a low rate for years and save you money.
Moving to Abilene and Setting up Electricity
The main problem that many new Texas residents run into when picking an electricity plan is not knowing their home’s electricity usage. To find out and choose a plan based on that usage, you should use one of the following methods.
If you can, the first thing you should do is ask the original owners of the home, your landlord and/or your neighbors. These people should be able to give you an idea of how much average electricity you’re likely to use.
If that’s not possible, a safe bet is to go with a short-term electricity plan. After this period is over, you will have a better idea of how much electricity you use and then pick a new plan that better fits that usage.
Generally, apartments and small homes use around 500 kWh a month, medium-sized homes use around 1,000 kWh and larger homes can use 2,000 kWh a month.
If you’ve just moved to Abilene, you should check out the Texas electricity guide to learn all about the Texas electricity market.
Abilene Power To Choose
The “power to choose” in Texas refers to one of two things. First, it may refer to the “power to choose” your own electricity provider, which is available for those who live in deregulated areas like Abilene.
It can also refer to powertochoose.org, which is the state’s electricity shopping platform. Powertochoose.org has thousands of plans and hundreds of providers to choose from. However, for many, this can get confusing and overwhelming.
The reason why many choose ElectricityRates.com over powertochoose.org is because of ElectricityRates.com’s simple and straightforward platform. When you type in your ZIP Code, you know you are getting great electricity rates from top-rated area companies.
Abilene’s Electricity Providers
In Texas, there are many electricity providers to choose from. They range from state-based providers like Frontier to large national providers like Constellation and Direct Energy.
You can’t pick the “wrong” electric company when you use ElectricityRates.com. That’s because ElectricityRates.com works with the best of the best and vets each provider and plan to ensure its integrity. There’s no guesswork. Just type in your ZIP Code, find the plan that works for you, and enroll.
Abilene Business Electricity Rates
If you are a business owner in Abilene, ElectricityRates.com can help you design an electricity plan that works for you. That means customized commercial rates, energy bill optimization, and more.
After you fill out a business electricity quote request form, an ElectricityRates.com energy advisor will get in contact with you. From there, they will negotiate with electricity providers to find some of the best business rates in Abilene and there’s no obligation to you.
Other Texas Utilities That Offer Energy Choice
AEP Texas is not the only Texas utility company that gives its customers the power to choose. If one of the following three suppliers serve your area, you can also choose your own electricity provider.
- CenterPoint Energy – CenterPoint serves Houston and the surrounding areas.
- Oncor – Oncor is the largest utility company in the state. It serves portions of northeast Texas, including the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, and also portions of west Texas along the New Mexico border.
- Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) – TNMP serves 255,000 customers throughout Texas, including parts of northeast Texas, west Texas, and areas along the Gulf Coast.
Electricity Rates in Popular Texas Cities
Learn more about electricity rates and providing companies in other popular Texas cities:
- Big Spring
- Corpus Christi
- El Paso
- Fort Worth
- League City
- North Richland Hills
- San Angelo
- Sugar Land
- Wichita Falls
Still have questions? Check out the Texas electricity guide.