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Comparing and switching electricity providers is the best way to save money on electricity in Texas. You may be moving to La Porte for the first time or you may be a long time resident. You should be willing to shop electricity plans to find the best one for your situation. Vault Electricity has helped thousands of Texans save on their energy bills simply by picking the right provider.
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 La Porte, 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 La Porte, Texas
Top La Porte, TX Electricity Rates From Each Provider
|Frontier Saver Plus 24
|The Lantana 15
|Eco Saver Plus 24
|Maxx Saver Select 24
|Smart Simple 12
|Sure Value 36
|Autopay Texas 12
|Veteran Energy Valor 36
|Clear Deal 12
|Maxx Saver Select 12
|Eco Saver Lite 12
|Green Mountain Energy
|Pollution Free e-Plus
|Power on 12
|Lone Star Classic 12
|Rate Lock 6
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 >>>
How are La Porte Electricity Rates Set?
Electric companies in La Porte, TX can price and structure their electricity plans however they want. This has resulted in a lot of diversity in the types of products available to La Porte consumers. Electricity providers tend to tailor their offerings to specific types of customers who have specific needs and specific electricity usage habits. Free nights and free weekend plans are just one example of this.
With so many different pricing structures, it can be difficult to compare electricity rates across multiple providers and plans. Bundled all-in rate plan where there is one price per kWh that applies to every kWh you use are largely a thing of the past among Texas electricity providers.
Instead, the electricity rate for most plans is a moving target; even if the plan is marketed as a ‘fixed rate’ electricity plan. Your rate changes from one billing cycle to the next depending on how much power you use between billing cycles. This is because most plans are a blend of flat fees, per kWh fees and, in many cases, usage credits that only apply if you use above or below a specific amount of electricity in a month. This can make rates unpredictable since no one uses the same amount of electricity each month.
Her is an example of how a La Porte electricity plan might be structured. These numbers are found in the EFL document of an actual plan recently sold in La Porte.
– TDU Delivery Charge = $5.47 per month
– TDU Delivery Charge = $0.040716 per kWh
– Energy Charge = $0.0486 per kWh
– Monthly Service Fee = $9.95 per month (per billing cycle for usage less than 1000 kWh)
When you do the math on this plan you get an average rate of 11.2 cents for 500 kWh and 8.9 cents for 1000. The big difference between the two reflects the fact that the TDU Delivery Charge flat monthly fee applies regardless of how many kWhs you use for the month. In addition, the Monthly Service Fee is waived once you use at least 1000 kWh for the month bringing down your bill and average rate at that point.
Let’s Learn a Bit About La Porte, Texas
The Texas city of La Porte had a population of 35,400 when it was last measured. According to this sample size, the city ranks 93rd in the entire state. Growth has been miniscule but nonetheless positive in recent years. La Porte resides within Harris County, in the southeastern part of the state. The nearest cities in the state are Southeast Harris, Morgan’s Point, Taylor Lake Village, Baytown, and Houston, to name a few.
Historically, the city was established as the result of a speculation in land by investors. The land was developed with amenities such as a pavilion for dancing, cottage retreats, and other luxurious installments. In 1900 though, Mother Nature would have other plans. The Galveston Hurricane devastated the area. This affected the La Porte’s livelihood as well. After the Oil Boom, and nearby Houston grew in prosperity, La Porte repurposed its economy as a tourist spot until a fire and another hurricane tested the resiliency of the community and citizens were forced to rebuild again.
Currently, the economy is strong in La Porte. The most frequent occupations are in Manufacturing, Construction, Retail Trade, Education, and Healthcare. The wages earned in the city are higher than the national and state average.
For educational attainment in the city, about 89% of citizens over the age of 25 have completed high school, and another 17% have earned a Bachelor’s degree.
Don’t Skip the Electricity Plan’s EFL
Your can of soup has a standard nutritional facts label on it. Every electricity plan marketed in Texas has something similar called an Electricity Facts Label. Just like the nutrition label, it lets you know what’s in your electricity plan.
The EFL will contain the relevant information about the plan and will show you the rate formula that is used to determine your electricity bill every month. Every plan marketed in Texas publishes average all-in rates for 500 kWH, 1000 kWh, and 2000 kWh of usage. The EFL will show you each of these benchmark average electricity rates.
It will break down every cost included in your electricity bill, so you can understand how the average rate is calculated.
It will list any bill credits or fees that go into effect (or disappear) at certain usage levels for each billing cycle. Credits that appear or go away based on a narrow range of kWhs in usage can slant the published electricity rates to make a plan look much better on paper than in reality.
You can also read the EFL to discover any other fine print that comes along with the plan. Every plan listed on Vaultelectricity.com will have an EFL link.
In Case of a Power Outage, The Utility Company of La Porte, Texas
CenterPoint Contact Information:
For power outages in La Porte Texas, please call CenterPoint at 1-800-332-7143. To have underground lines located prior to digging in La Porte Texas, call 1-800-344-8377. To view a map of current CenterPoint power outages, click here.
Smart Meter Information:
For information on the smart meter program in La Porte Texas, click here.