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Updated: 04/17/2024

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If you live in Dallas, Texas you luckily have the power to choose your electricity provider. However, with so many providers and plans to choose from in the Dallas area, shopping for the best electricity rates can get confusing.

ElectricityRates.com makes it easier, allowing you to compare leading Dallas electric providers and plans through the simple and straightforward Rate Comparison Tool. To get started, type in your ZIP Code above.

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As a Dallas, TX resident, Oncor is likely the utility company near you that brings electricity to your home.

Check out some of the best plans available for Oncor below. If you want to see a full list of local electricity supplier plans, enter your ZIP Code above.

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Best Electricity Rates
ProviderPlan NameLengthRate Per kWh
At 1000kWh avg. usage
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Discount Power
PUCT# 10177
Bill Credit Bundle 24
24 Mo.11.2¢Select
Cirro
PUCT #10177
Simple Bill Credit 24
24 Mo.11.3¢Select
4Change Energy
PUCT #10041
Maxx Saver Select 24
24 Mo.12.7¢Select
Rhythm
PUCT# 10279
Simply Select 24
24 Mo.16.0¢Select
Constellation
PUCT #10014
12Mo Usage Bill Credit + A/C Protection
12 Mo.16.4¢Select
PlanRate Per kWh
At 1000kWh avg. usage
Discount Power
Bill Credit Bundle 24

24 Months
11.2¢
Select
Cirro
Simple Bill Credit 24

24 Months
11.3¢
Select
4Change Energy
Maxx Saver Select 24

24 Months
12.7¢
Select
Rhythm
Simply Select 24

24 Months
16.0¢
Select
Constellation
12Mo Usage Bill Credit + A/C Protection

12 Months
16.4¢
Select
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  • A/C Protection Included
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What is the Average Electricity Rate in Dallas?

The average electricity rate in Dallas is similar to that of the rest of Texas. The average Dallas electricity rate is right around 13 cents/kWh, which is on par with the rest of Texas and slightly lower than the rest of the country. However, by choosing the right electricity plan with ElectricityRates.com, you can either fall above or below the average.

How to Compare Dallas Electricity Rates

ElectricityRates.com makes it easier than ever to find the best electricity providers and rates in Dallas, Texas. By using the Rate Comparison Tool, you can compare multiple electricity providers and plans side by side, then choose the best one! All you have to do is follow these three simple steps.

How to switch electricity providers in Dallas TX
  1. Enter your ZIP Code – To see providers and plans available in your local Texas state area, enter your ZIP Code into the Rate Comparison Tool below.
  2. Compare electricity providers – When comparing providers and plans near you, pay careful attention to each plan's rate structure and length.
  3. Switch electricity providers – When you find the local plan you like, select it, fill out the information and enroll.

It's that easy. After you enroll, your new local energy provider will take care of the rest. There are no interruptions in your service. The only things that change are where you pay your bill (through your new provider) and your electricity rate.

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How to Find the Best Dallas Electricity Plan

When comparing rates from different Dallas-area electricity suppliers, there are a few factors you should consider to find the best plan for your home. Here are some of the most important aspects as you start to shop.

Your Electricity Usage

Dallas electricity rates vary based on your monthly energy usage. Look at your electricity bill to calculate average usage trends and find which months are higher/lower than usual. Then pick a plan that fits that usage.

The Electricity Rate

This is what you pay per kilowatt-hour for electricity. ElectricityRates.com lists the current rates for a plan in the "plan details" section at three different usage levels (usually 500 kWh, 1,000 kWh and 2,000 kWh).

Plan Type

ElectricityRates.com offers fixed-rate electricity plans that almost always save you more than variable-rate electricity plans. Among ElectricityRates.com's fixed-rate plans, there are plans with 100% renewable energy, plans that have incentives bundled in with them, and plans that have usage credits based on the amount of residential electricity you use.

Plan Length

Dallas electricity plans can vary anywhere from 3 months to 5 years. For fixed-rate electricity plans, this is the period of time your rate is locked in for.

If you cancel before the end of your contract, there may be a cancellation fee. However, long-term plans can keep you locked in at a low rate for years and save you money.

What to Look for in a Dallas Electricity Company

While finding an affordable rate is the most important consideration when choosing an electricity company, there's more that goes into the overall decision. Here are some tips and tricks to keep in mind when you choose your next electricity plan.

Transparency

When selecting an electricity provider, transparency should always be top of mind. Check the terms and conditions of any prospective electricity plans for hidden fees such as early cancellation fees and delivery fees. It is imperative to be mindful of the electricity facts labels on any prospective plans so that you're aware of the different pricing tiers.

Reputation

Choose a plan from a company that has a good reputation for being honest and easy to work with. Your electricity company’s values should align with your own.

Perks and Benefits

Certain electricity plans offer perks and benefits, including a free smart thermostat, free nights and weekends, solar discounts, and renewable energy plans.

Who is the Best Electricity Company in Dallas?

Texans living in and around the Dallas area have many electric companies to choose from. ElectricityRates.com works with some of Texas's leading electricity companies that offer some of the best electricity plans in Texas. Here are just a few:

With ElectricityRates.com, all the guesswork is taken out of electricity shopping. Many Texans are overwhelmed by the number of providers to choose from and are afraid they will choose the wrong one. ElectricityRates.com alleviates this fear by vetting electricity providers before they are allowed on the site.

In other words, ElectricityRates.com only works with the best of the best. An added bonus of this is that plans featured on this site have great rates and can even come with bonus incentives. A quick scroll through the options available in Dallas will show you plans bundled with smart home products, A/C protection, and more!

Just enter your ZIP Code and pick the best plan for you. It's that simple.

Fixed-Rate Plans

The 2021 February winter storm caused many Texans on variable-rate plans to see huge electricity bill increases. It emphasized the unpredictability of these plans, which are influenced by wholesale electricity prices.

While some variable plans are advertised as an affordable option that can help you pay less, there's no cap on how high your rate can go. This is why they generally cost you more than fixed-rate plans that lock in your rate for the length of your contract.

This is also why ElectricityRates.com primarily features fixed-rate electricity plans. When you select a fixed-rate electricity plan, you won't have to worry about large spikes on your electricity bill because of swings in the electricity market. What's on your contract is what you get, so all you have to worry about is finding the right plan for your usage.

Who Is My Electric Utility in Dallas?

If you live in Dallas, then your utility provider is Oncor. Oncor delivers electricity to more than 10 million customers throughout Texas.

Oncor's only job is maintaining its electrical infrastructure and delivering electricity to you. This means it's also the company that you contact whenever you have an issue with your power.

Oncor Energy Delivery (TDU) Charges

Because Oncor needs funds to do its job, every resident in its service area has delivery charges tacked on to their bill. These charges consist of a monthly base charge and a charge based on your total electricity consumption for the month.

It's important to note that delivery charges are the same for all Oncor customers, no matter who your electricity provider is.

Oncor Incentive Programs

As a Dallas resident, you likely have Oncor as your utility provider, which means you should check out its Take A Load Off, Texas program. This program offers a variety of incentives, rebates and discounts that can help increase the energy efficiency of your home and save you money on your energy bills.

For example, you can get a $50 discount on a variety of smart thermostats, find incentives for upgrades to HVAC equipment and receive money for private solar panels. There are also special incentives and discounts for low-income customers. Check out this post on Oncor's Take A Load Off, Texas program to learn more.

Renewable Energy Plans in Dallas

Dallas, Texas, uses a lot more renewable energy than you may think. According to the EPA, 100% of the electricity used by the city came from wind energy. In fact, the only city in the US that uses more renewable energy than the city of Dallas is the city of Houston.

With the power to choose, you have the option to pick a renewable energy electricity plan and support Dallas's clean energy transition. All plans sourced from renewable energy are clearly marked on ElectricityRates.com with the 100% Renewable Sources sticker.

Dallas Business Electricity Plans

In addition to hundreds of residential electricity plans in Dallas, there are also many commercial business plans. Commercial electricity gets created and delivered in the same manner as residential electricity. The one major difference, however, is that the rate tends to be two to four cents lower on average.

The reason for lower rates is that businesses use more electricity on average than residential properties. Therefore, if you work from home or your house or apartment qualifies as a business, there's a chance you can get a lower electricity rate.

Your business may be missing out on some big savings if you are not taking full advantage of Dallas's electricity deregulation. Fill out the quote request form on the business electricity page, and an ElectricityRates.com savings advisor will show you how.

Our team of energy experts helps you take a strategic approach with customized rates, energy bill optimization, and more. After you complete the quote request form, a savings advisor will work with local energy providers to negotiate the best electricity rate for your business. The best part? There's no obligation to you.

Moving to Dallas and Setting Up Electricity

If you are looking for a Texas electricity plan for the first time, you should read the guide to Texas electricity. This will give you everything you need to know about how the deregulated electricity market works in the Lone Star State.

As a new Dallas resident, you probably don't know how much electricity you will use. Since this is an important aspect of picking any Texas electric plan, you have two options.

First, you can try to ask the original owners of the home, your landlord and/or your new neighbors. All three of these people may be able to give you an idea of how much electricity you will use.

However, if this is not an option, you can pick a short-term electricity plan. After this term is over, you can use the electricity trend information to find a longer-term plan that works for your usage.

Dallas Power to Choose

The "power to choose" in Texas often refers to electricity deregulation in the state. Texas began electricity deregulation back in 2002 with the passing of Texas Senate Bill 7. Many cities, including Dallas, have participated and enjoyed the benefits Energy Choice has brought.

The power to choose may also refer to powertochoose.org, which is the Public Utilities Commission of Texas's electricity comparison platform. The site features thousands of plans to choose from but this can make enrolling confusing.

ElectricityRates.com strives to make comparing and enrolling with a new electricity provider as easy as possible. This is done by only working with leading providers that offer some of the best energy rates in Texas, and through its straightforward online platform.

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Dallas Electricity FAQs

What Is the Average Electricity Rate in Dallas?

While there’s no region-specific information, the average electricity rate in Texas is 13.15¢ per kWh as of May 2022 according to the EIA. There are many factors that influence rates in Texas, including monthly electricity consumption and the type of electricity contract that you sign up for.

Who Provides Electricity in Dallas?

There are dozens of companies that provide electricity in Dallas, and residents choose which one supplies their electricity. The company that delivers electricity to the Dallas area is Oncor.

What Are the Cheapest Electricity Rates in Texas?

Electricity rates in Texas vary based on monthly electricity use, so the cheapest rate for you will depend on that. On ElectricityRates.com, you can use our rate assistant, Tiler, to get a transparent view of how much each electricity plan will cost at your level of usage.

What Are Oncor Delivery (TDU) Charges?

These charges support the delivery of electricity to customers in Oncor’s service area. These charges are approved by the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) and usually change twice a year, once on March 1st and once on September 1st.