If you live in San Angelo, TX, you luckily live in an area with electricity deregulation. This gives you the power to choose your local electricity provider. However, shopping for the best San Angelo electricity rates can get a little overwhelming with so many options.
ElectricityRates.com is here to make it easier to compare. With the Rate Comparison Tool, you can compare multiple leading electricity providers and plans side by side in seconds. To get started, enter your zip code above.
Shop San Angelo Electricity Rates
If you live in San Angelo, AEP Texas is likely your local utility company. You can get a snapshot of some of the best AEP Texas electricity plans below. For a full list of providers and plans available on ElectricityRates.com, use the Rate Comparison Tool and enter your zip code above.
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How to Compare San Angelo Electricity Rates
With ElectricityRates.com, you can perform side-by-side comparisons of multiple leading electricity providers near you, and enroll in minutes. Just follow this simple three-step process:
- Enter your zip code – After you enter your zip code, you will see multiple electric providers and plans available in the San Angelo area.
- Compare electricity providers – Consider each electricity plan. Pay careful attention to each plan’s length and rate-structure.
- Switch electricity providers – After you find the best plan for your usage and budget, select the plan, fill out the info, and enroll.
That’s all you have to do! Your new provider takes care of the rest. You don’t have to worry about interruptions in your service, as AEP Texas will keep delivering your energy, no matter who your electricity provider is.
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How to Find the Best San Angelo Electricity Plan
There are a few factors to consider when comparing San Angelo electricity plans.
Your Electricity Usage
Since rates in San Angelo vary based on your monthly electricity usage, understanding usage is critical. If you can, look over your electric bills to find how much electricity you use on average. Also, look for months where your electricity usage is higher or lower than usual. Then, pick a plan that works best for your energy usage.
The Electricity Rate
Your electricity rate is what you pay per kilowatt-hour for electricity. For Texas electric plans, ElectricityRates.com lists the electricity rate at three different usage levels in the “plan details” section.
In order to save you the most money possible, ElectricityRates.com offers fixed-rate plans (variable-rate plans almost always cost more). Among them, you can get plans with 100% renewable energy, plans with usage credits, and plans that are bundled with incentives like smart home systems.
Plan lengths vary widely. Some can be as short as 3 months, while others are as long as 5 years. For plans on ElectricityRates.com, the plan length determines how long your rate is locked in. It’s important to note that some plans have cancellation fees. However, those who lock in a low rate for years can often save big.
Moving to San Angelo and Setting up Electricity
If you have just moved to San Angelo, you likely don’t know your new home’s electricity usage. ElectricityRates.com suggest following one of these two methods to find it and pick a plan based on your usage.
First, you can ask the original owners, your landlord and/or your neighbors to get an idea of how much electricity your home will use. If this is not possible, you can pick a short fixed-rate electricity plan, then reevaluate down the line based on the cost.
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.
For those of you who are new to the deregulated electricity market in the Lone Star State, take a look at the Texas electricity guide. This will give you an overview of Texas’s electricity market so you can understand it and pick the right electricity plan for you.
San Angelo 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. After that, many Texans gained the “power to choose” their own electricity provider.
However, “power to choose” may also refer to powertochoose.org. This is the Public Utilities Commission of Texas’s electricity comparison platform. It features thousands of plans from hundreds of providers, but this can make enrolling confusing.
The goal of ElectricityRates.com is to make it easier. In fact, this is a big reason why many choose ElectricityRates.com over powertochoose.org. When you shop through ElectricityRates.com, you can be sure you’re only getting the best rates from leading providers.
San Angelo Electricity Providers
When you shop through ElectricityRates.com, there is no picking the “wrong” provider. That’s because each of these electric companies and their plans is vetted to ensure its integrity. There’s no second-guessing. Just select the best plan for you, and enroll.
San Angelo Business Electricity Rates
Businesses can save a lot through electricity deregulation. If you have a business in San Angelo, your usage will largely determine the electricity rates available to you.
ElectricityRates.com helps you get a plan designed for your business, with customized rates, energy bill optimization, and more. After completing the business electricity quote request form, a savings advisor will work with multiple electricity providers to negotiate the best electricity plan for your business. The best part is that there is no obligation to you!
Other Texas Utilities That Offer Energy Choice
AEP Texas is not the only utility in Texas with energy choice. Three other electricity suppliers 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 rates for electricity service in other popular Texas cities:
- Big Spring
- Corpus Christi
- El Paso
- Fort Worth
- League City
- North Richland Hills
- Sugar Land
- Wichita Falls
Still have questions? Check out the Texas electricity guide.