As a Laredo resident, you enjoy the benefits of electricity deregulation, as you have the power to choose your electricity provider. While this has helped many Texans save on their electricity bills, the massive amount of Laredo electricity rate options can be downright overwhelming.
To make the process less stressful, ElectricityRates.com provides the Rate Comparison Tool. This will allow you to compare leading energy providers with great rates side by side, so you can find the best plan for you. To get started, enter your zip code above.
Shop Laredo Electricity Rates
If you live in Laredo, AEP Texas is your local utility company. You can see a snapshot of some of the best plans for AEP Texas below. For a full list of plans available to you on ElectricityRates.com, enter your zip code above.
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How To Compare Laredo Electricity Rates
With the Rate Comparison Tool, you can compare multiple providers and plans in seconds. ElectricityRates.com is all about making your electricity shopping experience easy. All you have to do is follow this simple three-step process:
- Enter your zip code – To see providers and plans available in your area, enter your zip code into the Rate Comparison Tool.
- Compare electricity providers – Compare the providers and plans near you. Pay careful attention to each plan’s rate-structure and length.
- Switch electricity providers – After you find the right options with the best pricing, select the plan, fill out the info, and enroll.
After that, your new provider will take care of the rest. There are no interruptions in service when you switch. The only thing that changes is your electricity plan (and your bill amount).
How to Find the Best Laredo Electricity Plan
When you are comparing Laredo electricity plans, there are multiple factors to consider.
Your Electricity Usage
For any Laredo electricity plan, your effective electricity rate changes based on your monthly electricity usage. If you can, look at your electricity bills over the past 12 months. Find out how much electricity you use on average and which months are higher/lower than usual to get an electricity plan designed for your 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. Among ElectricityRates.com’s fixed-rate plans, there are plans with 100% renewable energy, plans with incentives bundled in with them, and plans with usage credits.
For plans on ElectricityRates.com, its length shows how long your rate is locked in. Electric plans can be as long as 5 years or as short as 3 months. Some plans have cancellation fees if you cancel before the term ends. However, you can save big by locking in a low electricity rate for years.
Moving to Laredo and Setting up Electricity
If you just moved to Laredo, you don’t know your home’s electricity usage (most likely). To find it and pick an electricity plan designed for that usage trend, you have two options.
One option would be to ask your landlord, your neighbors, or even the original owners. These people can possibly give you an idea of how much electricity your home will use in an average month. If this is not possible, try a short-term electricity plan. When the plan ends, you can reevaluate your situation and find a plan that works best for 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.
Also, if you are new to Texas’s deregulated electricity market, you should definitely look at the Texas electricity guide. You will learn everything you need to know when choosing an electricity plan.
Laredo Power To Choose
In Texas, the “power to choose” can refer to two things.
First, it may refer to Texas’s deregulated electricity market. In a deregulated market like Laredo, consumers have the “power to choose” their own electricity provider.
However, it may also refer to powertochoose.org, the state’s electricity shopping platform. The site has hundreds of providers and thousands of plans to choose from, but this can get confusing.
In fact, the reason why many choose ElectricityRates.com over powertochoose.org is because of its simple and straightforward platform. When you shop through ElectricityRates.com, you can be sure that you are only getting the best rates from leading, top-rated energy providers near you.
Laredo Electricity Providers
When you use ElectricityRates.com, there’s no reason to fear choosing the “wrong” provider or plan. ElectricityRates.com ensures each provider and plan is vetted to guarantee its integrity. No gimmicks, just great, low rates.
Laredo Business Electricity Rates
If you own a business in Laredo, ElectricityRates.com can help you save big on your electricity bill.
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
AEP Texas is not the only utility in Texas with energy choice. Three other utilities in Texas give their customers the power to choose.
- CenterPoint Energy – Headquartered in Houston, CenterPoint Energy delivers electricity to Houston and the surrounding areas.
- Oncor – As the largest utility company in the state, Oncor serves large areas of north and west Texas.
- Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) – TNMP serves electricity to over 255,000 Texas homes and businesses. The TNMP service area is throughout the state, including parts of northeast Texas, west Texas, and areas along the Gulf Coast.
Electricity Rates In Popular Texas Cities
Learn more about electricity rates 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.