Are you moving to Sachse or just hoping to save money on your light bill? We can help with that. We’ve listed the cheapest and most trusted electric companies that provide power to Sachse.
With so many electricity producers and energy products in Texas to choose from, it’s impossible to keep up for most people. This is especially true when you consider how often Sachse, TX electricity rates update.
Luckily for you, that’s what we do. Our free electricity comparison tool has helped countless Texans just like you compare electricity rates and find the best deals on power since 2009.
With so many options to pick from, it’s hard to know if you are really getting a good deal on electricity. Vault Electricity puts all your options together in one place so you can look at plans from all the trusted companies in your Sachse and find the cheapest rates and the plan that fits your needs.
Featured Electricity Rates In Sachse, Texas
Here you will find such plans as:
Top Sachse Electricity Rates From Each Provider
|Pulse Power||Texas Saver 24||6.1¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Supreme 12||6.1¢/kWh|
|Cirro Energy||Smart Value 12 Online||8.5¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Budget Saver 12||7.1¢/kWh|
|Direct Energy||Veteran & Active Military 12||9.4¢/kWh|
|First Choice Power||You Got This 24||10.4¢/kWh|
|TXU||Clear Deal 12||9.9¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver 12||6.3¢/kWh|
|Green Mountain Energy||Pollution Free e-Plus 24 Preferred||12.8¢/kWh|
|Champion||Champ Saver 12||12.6¢/kWh|
|Reliant||Reliant Clear Flex||13.1¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Supreme 24||6.3¢/kWh|
|Payless Power||SmarTricity Flex Saver||12.6¢/kWh|
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Renewable Energy Provides Some of the Sachse Electricity
Wind power has grown faster than any other source of electricity in Sachse for many years. Government subsidies have led to growing investment in wind turbines. The geography of West Texas makes it the perfect location for placing wind farms. The state of Texas invested a great deal of money in building out the infrastructure to transport this electricity from west Texas to Sachse and other parts of the state that need the power.
Solar energy has historically been a minor contributor in the Texas electricity market. Despite having the largest capacity to support solar energy in the country, relatively little investment has been made in large scale solar projects in Texas.
But this is changing quickly. The manufacturing costs of solar cells have gone down while efficiency has steadily improved. Between 2011 and 2016 the amount of solar capacity in Texas increased by a factor of 10. This growth rate will only accelerate going forward.
Tips for Comparing Electric Companies in Sachse
One of the complicating factors when it comes to comparing electricity rates in Sachse is that the way plans are priced can be complex to say the least. When you combine monthly flat fees with per kWh usage fees, usage credits and penalties based on usage levels, you end up with a plan whose average rate changes substantially depending on how much power is used in a given month.
The discloser documents required by the PUC for all electricity plans sold in Texas show the average electricity rates based on a home that uses 500 kWh per month in electricity, or 1000 kWh or 2000 kWh. Every plan has three published average rates.
It’s very common for a provider to structure a plan to have the most attractive rate at a particular usage level while anyone who enrolls in the plan but uses less or more electricity than that may have a much higher average rate.
If you live in a home that uses something like 1000 kWh per month for electricity on average, you should compare plans using the 1000 kWh rates, not the 2000 kWh rates.
Learn a Bit About Sachse, Texas
Last checked, the population of Sachse, Texas was 25,900 total people, making it the 111th biggest city in Texas. The city itself resides within Collin and Dallas counties and thus lies in the northeastern section of the state. It is near the cities of Garland, Rowlett, St. Paul, Dallas, Parker, and Richardson. And because of its geographical location, there is plenty to do in Sachse. Some of the attractions with the general environs are the Dallas Arboretum, Breckenridge Park in nearby Richardson, Hawaiian Falls in Garland, and the Woodcreek Brewing Company in Rockwall.
Historically, the city was founded around the year 1845 when William Sachse emigrated from Prussia and settled the land which would take his namesake. William Sachse was responsible for building the first cotton gins around the city. The city primarily functioned as a depot for the local railroad.
For some miscellany on the city, there are quite a few data points that are noteworthy: the median household income is above average at around $98,700 total. Housing prices are way above average as well. Unemployment rate is below the national average and the most common occupations are in Manufacturing, Science, Education, and Healthcare. And for educational attainment 89% of citizens over the age of 25 have obtained a high school diploma and 33% a Bachelor’s degree or higher.
Electricity Plan EFL – What Is It?
The Electricity Fact Label (EFL) is a document that the Texas PUC requires for any electricity plan offered for sale in the Texas retail market. It shows consumers the average electricity rate for the plan at three target levels: 500 kWh, 1000 kWh, and 2000 kWh. The levels give an idea of rates for 3 different size homes. If you see a big swing in rates between these three levels within the same plan, it might be a warning that your electricity rate with this plan could be unpredictable unless you can manage your electricity usage down to the kWh (which no one can).
Underneath the 500, 1000, & 2000 kWh rates in the EFL document you will find a listing of the per kWh fees along with any flat fees that go into calculating the average electricity rate being advertised for this plan. The more pricing components this plan has, the less predictable your energy bill is going to be each month.
Don’t worry about the TDU pass through fees. This is a standard feature of all electricity plans sold in Texas. These fees pay for the transmission of electricity to your home as well as funding the maintenance of powerlines in the region. Everyone pays the same rates for this. Usually they are listed separately in the EFL.
Oncor Is the Utility Company in Sachse
TXU/Oncor Contact Information:
For power outages in Sachse Texas, please call Oncor at 1-888-313-4747. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Sachse Texas, call 1-800-344-8377. To view Sachse Texas outage maps, click here.
Smart Meter Information:
For information on the smart meter program in Sachse Texas, click here.