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Arlington TX Electricity Rates and Providers

We’ve put all the best electric companies and cheapest electricity rates in Arlington together in one place.  The good news is that in Arlington you have the Power To Choose.  The bad news is that, with so many electric companies to choose from, it can be confusing and a little overwhelming.

Many providers claim to offer the lowest electricity rate.  The only way to know for sure who has the cheapest rates is to do the research.

Here at Vault we have made that work easy for you.  With our electricity rate comparison tool, you can see your options in one place.  You can not only spot the lowest rates, but you can review plan features and pick the plan that works best for your needs.

 

Click here to compare Arlington electricity rates.

 

Our tool allows you to sort and filter on a number of different dimensions.  You can look at short term plans or long terms plans of up to 36 months.  The most common contract length is 12 months.  You can even pick a no contract month-to-month plan if that fits your situation better.

You can look for green energy plans, no deposit plans, rewards plans, or free night and weekend plans.

But let’s be honest.  Most people just want to know what’s the cheapest electricity rate in Arlington. If that’s the case, just enter your zip code to see available plans.  The cheapest ones will be at the top of the list.  Pick one that looks good and enroll online or over the phone in just minutes.

Featured Electricity Plans For Arlington, Texas

Compare the cheapest Arlington electricity providers and rates

When should I renew my contract?

The one thing you should not do is go off contract.  If the contract on your current plan expires, your provider will gladly keep you on as a customer.  But often you will roll over to a monthly plan with no contract at a much higher rate than you were paying.  Don’t find yourself in a situation where you are suddenly paying more than you had been for the same electricity.

The best approach is to begin shopping for a new plan as early as 60 days prior to the end of your current contract.   Most providers will allow you to enroll in a new plan with a start date as much as 60 days in the future.

If you find a rate that is better than what you are already paying you should consider enrolling in that plan and locking in that great price; even if the start date is a couple of months in the future.

 

Click here to compare Arlington electricity rates.

 

Top Arlington Electricity Plans From Each Provider

Provider Plan Name Rate
Frontier Beat The Heat 12+ 8.1¢/kWh
4Change Budget Saver 12 9.3¢/kWh
4Change Generous Saver 12 9.5¢/kWh
Pennywise Power Wise Buy 12 9.5¢/kWh
Trieagle Eagle 36 9.7¢/kWh
Direct Energy Veteran & Active Military 12 10.4¢/kWh
Cirro Energy Smart Value 12 Online 9.9¢/kWh
TXU Savers Discount 12 9.9¢/kWh
First Choice Power You Got This 24 10.7¢/kWh
Frontier Light Saver 12+ 9.8¢/kWh
Champion Champ Saver 12 11.6¢/kWh
Reliant Reliant Clear Flex 11.5¢/kWh
Green Mountain Energy Pollution Free e-Plus 24 Preferred 12.2¢/kWh
Payless Power SmarTricity Flex Saver 11.9¢/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 2,000 kWh usage level. More Information on any of these plans >>>

When rates have moved higher

Sometimes you may find that the whole market has moved higher and all of the rates being published are higher than your current contract.  If this happens you can be patient and wait until your current plan expiration date is a little closer to see if rates improve.

Keep in mind, however, that is electricity rates for the whole market have moved higher, your rate too will increase once your current plan expires.  In this case you are still better off choosing from the cheapest plan currently available.  Otherwise, you could be paying even more once your current plan ends.

Where Does Arlington, TX Electricity Come From?

Many people in Texas assume that when you select an electric provider, that is who will deliver the power.  But that’s not how things work in Texas.  The Texas electricity structure separates companies that transmit & deliver electricity from those that sell electricity to the public.

In Arlington the job of delivering electricity to your home goes to the regional utility Oncor.  If your power goes out, you will call Oncor.

Your power bill will contain passthrough fees from Oncor to pay for their service.  All Retail Texas electricity providers are charged these same fees and pass them through to end consumers of electricity.

The companies that market electricity and come up with all of the clever energy plans like Free Nights, and First Month Free Plans are called retail electricity providers.  They just sell you your electricity.  They don’t have to worry about actually delivering it since that’s the job of the transmission and distribution utilities.

 

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Moving To Arlington?

Being one of the ten most populous cities in Texas, there are close to 393,000 people living in Arlington’s metropolitan area. Statisticians expect it to climb even further. On the map, it is a part of Tarrant County, and geographically between Dallas and Fort Worth. The city was officially founded in 1876 and was incorporated in 1884; initially it functioned as a trading post with the name of Marrow Bone Spring in 1841.

There are many things to do in Arlington. The two biggest places that are lauded as must-see are: the amusement park, Six Flags Over Texas, and the AT&T stadium, which houses the pro Football team the Dallas Cowboys. This, alongside a nexus of public parks and various event spaces, comprise the whole of Arlington attractions.

The sports teams that play in the Arlington area are the NFL Dallas Cowboys, and the MLB Texas Rangers. In addition to having many famous athletes in the area, both Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie from Pantera are from Arlington, as well as actor Ben Rappaport.

The city has a very high employment rate and supplies a lot of jobs for Healthcare-related industries, as well as Retail and Manufacturing. The most frequent jobs are in sales and administrative positions.

Finding Work at Arlington Energy Companies

They are many energy companies in Arlington looking to hire right now. No matter your level of experience in the energy sector, you can compare offerings from a multitude or energy companies.  With the current number of employment opportunities in Arlington, you can be selective on which job you take.  From sales positions to field work, you have the power to choose which energy company becomes your work provider.

Kosmos Energy has its headquarters locally, though it is a global energy powerhouse. The Dallas Morning News has consistently ranked it in the top 100 Places to Work.

PNM Resources is an electricity company serving more than 750,000 homes in Texas and New Mexico. They are currently hiring in many of their areas, from electricity distribution to energy efficiency groups.

Circle L Solar is a local energy efficiency company that actively promotes the electricity cost savings of solar panels.  They are seeking to hire several outside sales representatives.

LGCY Power is looking to hire energy consultants to help explain the benefits of installing solar panels on homes and businesses.

Hunt Oil is a name everyone in Texas will recognize.  Going strong in the energy field for over 80 years, Hunt Oil is a major worldwide player in the energy industry.  Locally headquartered, they are constantly hiring in many departments.

How to Compare Arlington, TX Electric Rates

The most important thing to keep in mind when you are comparing electricity rates in Texas is to make sure you are looking at the appropriate usage level for your home.  Almost any electricity plan you choose in Texas has a different average electricity rate depending on exactly how many kWhs of electricity you use in a given month.

There are three standardized levels in which electricity plans in Texas are priced.  These are 500 kWh, 1000 kWh, and 2000 kWh.  All plans publish the average rate for these three usage levels.  Typically, you would find that the 500 kHw level is the most expensive in terms of average electricity rate.  This is because any fixed components of the plans pricing (such as flat monthly fees) are spread out across fewer kWhs.  This makes for a higher average rate.

When you are comparing electricity plans make sure you are look at the usage rate appropriate to your home’s average usage.  Luckily, our electricity rate comparison tool allows you to select which usage level to compare.

 

Click here to compare Arlington electricity rates.

 

Energy Savings Tips to Lower Your Electric Bill

Living in Arlington means you have become dependent on your home’s air conditioning system.  With summer temps in the 100’s, and spring and fall in the 80’s to 90’s, having a functioning a/c unit is a must.

Of course, running the air conditioning units does come at a cost.  As anybody living in Arlington can tell you, higher exterior temperatures mean running the a/c units for longer periods of time.  This ultimately leads to higher electricity bills.

Although you can’t go without the a/c units, you can take steps to help the compressors work more efficiently.  The more efficiently they operate, the less energy they will use.  The less energy they use, the lower your electric bills will be.

The easiest and quickest way to get your air conditioners more energy efficient is to routinely rinse off the condenser coils with a garden hose.  It takes just a minute or two, but the energy savings are immediate.

Take a look at this educational video for a step by step guide to properly cleaning the coils.

Electricity Plans For Arlington TX Apartments

If you live in an apartment, make sure you are looking at the 500 kWh rate when you are comparing electricity plans.  If you pick a plan based on a great rate at 2000 kWh may be in for an unpleasant surprise when your first bill arrives.

Contacting the Utility Company in Arlington TX

TXU/Oncor Contact Information:
For power outages in Arlington Texas, please call Oncor at 1-888-313-4747. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Arlington Texas, call 1-800-344-8377. To view Arlington Texas outage maps, click here.

Smart Meter Information: 
For information on the smart meter program in Arlington Texas, click here.

Other Cities Served by Oncor Include:

Killeen Electricity Providers     Dallas Electricity Providers     Fort Worth Electricity Providers     DFW Area     Tyler Electricity Providers     Irving Electricity Providers

Electricity Providers in Arlington

Provider Phone Number
Reliant Energy 855-632-7028
Cirro Energy 844-417-7174
Pennywise Power 844-865-2797
TXU Energy 877-283-0650
Gexa Energy 855-639-8259
Frontier Utilities 877 391-1587
Champion Energy Services 844 694-2343
Payless Power 855-564-1181
Green Mountain Energy 844-634-6092
Trieagle Energy 844 681-3227
4Change Energy 855 550-6662
Bounce Energy 866 294-4395
First Choice Power 888 980-6898