If you live in Irving, Texas, you luckily live in an area with electricity deregulation. This gives you the power to choose your electricity provider. However, shopping for Irving electricity rates can get a little confusing with so many providers and plans to choose from.
To make it easier, ElectricityRates.com provides the Rate Comparison Tool, which allows you to compare leading energy providers and plans to find the best electricity rate for you. To get started, all you need to do is enter your zip code above.
Shop for the Best Irving Electricity Rates
If you live in Irving, TX, then Oncor is likely your local utility company. Check out some of the best plans available near you for Oncor below. If you want to see a full list of plans available in your area, use the Rate Comparison Tool and enter your zip code above.
*Constellation PUCT# 10014, Trieagle PUCT#10064
Learn more about Oncor electricity rates.
How to Compare Irving Electricity Rates
ElectricityRates.com makes it easier than ever to compare different electric companies in and around the Irving area. Our Rate Comparison Tool makes enrolling with a new local provider a simple three-step process:
- Enter your zip code – To see energy providers and current rates available in your area.
- Compare electricity providers – When comparing providers and plans near you, pay careful attention to each plan’s rate structure and length.
- Switch electricity providers – Once you find the right plan with the best pricing for you, select that plan and fill out the necessary info.
After that, your new electric provider will take care of the rest. There are no interruptions in service when you switch. In fact, the only noticeable changes are where you pay your bill (through your new provider) and your electricity rate.
Compare electricity rates in under a minute.
How to Find the Best Irving Electricity Plan
When comparing electricity plans in Irving, Texas, there are four crucial factors that you should consider:
1. Your Electricity Usage
For any Irving energy plan, your effective electricity rate will vary based on your power usage each month. It is important to understand your average electricity usage trends and see which months are higher/lower than usual, so you can pick the best plan that fits that usage.
2. The Electricity Rate
Your electricity rate is what you pay per kilowatt-hour for electricity. You can find the rate at three different usage levels for any electricity plan on ElectricityRates.com in the “plan details” section.
3. Plan Type
To save you the most money possible, ElectricityRates.com only offers fixed-rate plans, because variable-rate plans almost always cost you more in the long run. 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.
4. Plan Length
Electricity plans can be as short as 3 months and as long as 5 years. On ElectricityRates.com, the plan length shows how long your rate is locked in. It’s important to note that some plans have cancellation fees. However, if you pick a long term plan, you can save by locking in a low rate for years.
Moving to Irving and Setting Up Electricity
If you’re new to Texas or looking for an electricity plan for a residence 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 Texas.
If you have just moved to your new home in Irving, you probably don’t know about your electricity usage trends. Since this is such an important aspect of choosing your electricity plan, you should use one of the following two methods.
First, you can ask the original owners, your new landlord, or even your neighbors for an idea of how much electricity you will likely be using on average each month. If you’re not able to do this, it’s probably best to pick a short-term energy plan to get an idea of how much electricity you use. After that plan is over, reevaluate and choose a plan that fits your 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.
Irving Power To Choose
When someone talks about “power to choose” in Texas, they are likely referring to one of two things.
First, the power to choose may refer to Texas’s deregulated electricity market. With a deregulated market, consumers have the “power to choose” their own electricity provider.
Second, it may refer to powertochoose.org, which is the Public Utilities Commission of Texas’s electricity shopping platform. The site features thousands of plans to choose from. However, for some, this can get confusing.
The reason why many choose ElectricityRates.com over powertochoose.org is because of our simple and straightforward comparison platform. ElectricityRates.com only offers the best rates from leading area suppliers, to make switching as easy as possible.
Irving Electricity Providers
To ensure you don’t pick a bad provider, ElectricityRates.com only works with the best of the best. Each provider and plan is highly rated and carefully vetted to guarantee its integrity. In other words, all of the guesswork is taken out of it. All you have to do is type in your zip code, find the best plan, and enroll.
Irving Business Electricity Rates
Businesses can also save a lot of money through electricity deregulation. If you have a business in Irving, your usage will largely determine the electricity rates available to you.
With the help of an ElectricityRates.com energy advisor, you can get an electricity plan designed specifically for your business, with customized rates, energy bill optimization, and more. The best part is that there is no obligation to you!
To get started, complete the quote request form on the business electricity rates page.
Other Texas Utilities That Offer Energy Choice
Oncor is not the only utility company offering energy choice in Texas. If one of the following utilities serves your area, you also have the power to choose your electricity provider.
- AEP Texas – AEP Texas serves over 1 million customers throughout the state of Texas. Its service area is split into two sections. AEP Central serves the southernmost parts of Texas, while AEP North runs through the north and western parts of the state.
- CenterPoint Energy – CenterPoint Energy is headquartered in Houston. It serves Houston and the surrounding areas.
- Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) – TNMP serves residents throughout the state of Texas, including areas along the Gulf Coast, and parts of north and west Texas.
Electricity Rates in Popular Texas Cities
Do electricity rates vary across other popular Texas cities? Explore and compare:
- Corpus Christi
- Fort Worth
- League City
- San Angelo
- Wichita Falls
Still have questions? Check out the guide to Texas electricity.