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Comparing and switching electricity providers is key to saving money on electricity in Texas. You may be moving to Aledo for the first time or you may be a long time resident. Either way, you should be willing to shop electricity plans to find the best one for your situation. Vault Electricity has helped thousands of Texans find their perfect electricity plan.
Our electricity rate comparison tool is updated in real time with electricity rates and plans from the leading energy companies that provide electric service in Aledo, Texas. You will be familiar with many of these names from advertisements and billboards. You may be surprised to find that these household names often don’t offer the best rates.
The only way to know for sure who has the cheapest rate is to line them all up and compare. You can also evaluate the features of each plan, filter plans by contract length (from one month up to 36 months) and even select from 100% green energy plans.
Featured Electricity Rates In Aledo, Texas
Why Compare Aledo Electricity Rates?
Over a decade ago Texas officials decided the best way to keep prices down and create an environment of innovation in the Texas electricity market was to deregulate, opening the market to competition.
The utility monopolies that previously existed were broken up to create separate retail and utility delivery companies. Electricity in Texas is still delivered to your home by regional monopolies who are also responsible for maintaining the wires and poles.
Top Aledo Electricity Rates From Each Provider
|Electric Company||Plan Name||Electricity Rate|
|Frontier Utilities||Super Value 12||14.0¢/kWh|
|Frontier Utilities||Frontier Super Value 24||12.5¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Deluxe 12||14.2¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver Select 24||12.5¢/kWh|
|Cirro Energy||Smart Simple 12||19.3¢/kWh|
|Trieagle||Sure Value 36||17.9¢/kWh|
|Direct Energy||Live Brighter 12||19.3¢/kWh|
|First Choice Power||You Got This 24||20.2¢/kWh|
|TXU||Clear Deal 24||20.9¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver Select 12||13.1¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Value 12||18.6¢/kWh|
|Express Energy||Flash 24||12.4¢/kWh|
|Green Mountain Energy||Crystal Clear 12 Preferred||22.1¢/kWh|
|Reliant||Reliant Power On 12||20.4¢/kWh|
|Payless Power||Premier 12||21.1¢/kWh|
For a more detailed realtime rate comparison enter your zip code at the top of the page. Our rate comparison tool lets you see all providers and rates. You can filter by term length, usage level, green energy plans, no deposit plans and get you them most up to date pricing. The rates listed above are for the 1,000 kWh usage level. More Information on any of these plans >>>
On the retail side, however, many new electricity providers entered the market to compete against the existing companies. This means that in Aledo and other deregulated parts of Texas, you can choose your retail electric provider based on price. And you don’t have to worry about reliability of service because all electricity is delivered in the same way.
With price being the primary difference between electric companies, there is no reason not to shop for the cheapest electricity rates in Aledo, TX and switch providers when you can save.
Betcha Didn’t Know This About Aledo, Texas
With an estimated population of 4,200, Aledo is a small city in Parker County. It ranks 395th in size for the state of Texas. Since 2010, it has almost grown twice in population size. On the map it lies in the northeastern portion of the state, about 16 miles from Fort Worth and 48 from Dallas. Actor and director Bill Paxton lived in Aledo for a few years.
Unemployment for the citizens of Aledo has been lower than the state average on a consistent basis. Manufacturing and Public Administration industries are in the majority for the community. Management, Sales and Retail, Architecture, Engineering, and Office Support positions are the most common. The median household income is far above normal range for the state: it totals $88,000 + on average. This mixed with a higher than average cost of living still puts the average earner well above the state average.
College education in Parker County (and by extension, Aledo) is mainly obtained at Weatherford College: General Studies, Registered Nursing, Fire Prevention & Safety, Radiography, and Physical Therapy are among the most common concentrations for transfer degrees.
For things to do in the area, especially the Fort Worth area, are the Fort Worth Zoo and Botanical Gardens, and in nearby Weatherford, the Parker County Courthouse is always a great option.
Aledo Electric Companies are Hiring
Aledo has recently seen an explosion in the number of solar energy systems being deployed in the area. Solar system installation companies are opening up offices to support this need. Both residential and commercial systems in high demand. Even you do not have experience with solar energy, companies are eager to train new employees on the intricacies of designing and implementing the electricity producing systems.
Sun Stream USA is a local company that has been actively increasing their customer base. They have added many new installation crews, but are still needing to hire more hard working people.
Texas Responsibility Energy has been installing solar panels in Texas for almost 10 years, which makes them one of the most experienced firms in the solar energy arena. One thing that sets them apart from the other solar groups is the fact that TRE also designs and installs electricity-producing wind power products. In many cases, they install both solar and wind applications in the same system.
Freedom Solar is another solar panel company that has recently expanded to the area. They, too, are in need of residential energy sales consultants to looking to help households reduce their dependence on grid electricity.
Longhorn Solar has installed over 1,700 solar energy systems in North Texas over the last 10 years. They service both residential and commercial solar needs, from new system installation to repairs or replacements of older systems.
Do All Electricity Plans Have Early Termination Fees?
Since most people in Aledo compare the cheapest electricity rates before switching to a new electric provider, comparing the Early Termination Fees (ETFs) of each electricity plan has become routine.
Although ETFs are rarely charged, it is important to know the conditions that would mandate the fee coming into play.
Keeping the electricity plan active for the extent of the contract term length is a sure-fire way to avoid the fee. As the name implies, the Early Termination Fee takes effect if you end the electricity plan early.
For example, you sign up for a cheap 12-month electricity plan. But 3 months later, you find that rates have dropped, so switch to an electricity plan from another electric provider. Because you switched your electricity 9 months earlier than you agreed upon, you would be assessed the fee.
On the other hand, if you terminated the electricity plan because you moved to a new home after 3 months into a 12-month electricity plan, the electricity provider would typically waive the fee. The electric company would require you to show some proof that you moved, but that’s easy to do.
If you think you might need to move before your electricity plan is up, take a look at the Energy Facts Label to find the plan specifics from that energy provider.
TXU/Oncor Contact Information:
For power outages in Aledo Texas, please call Oncor at 1-888-313-4747. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Aledo Texas, call 1-800-344-8377. To view Aledo Texas outage maps, click here.
Smart Meter Information:
For information on the smart meter program in Aledo Texas, click here.