Uvalde electricity companies are competing to win your business. Spend 5 minutes with us and you can save big every month on your energy bill.
The only way to know for sure which provider has the cheapest electricity rates in Uvalde, TX today is to compare electric rates and plans side-by-side. That can be challenging with so many different options to choose from. Here we have provided all the tools you need to make the best decision for your situation.
Thousands of Texans have used our electricity rate comparison tool to make things easier. Enter your zip code and get a list of electric plans from the major electricity companies in Uvalde. You will see important plan information including the advertised rates for all plans to fit the size of your home; from apartments to large houses. You will also be able to view special deals and plan details as well as filter for specific types of plans to fit your needs.
Featured Electricity Rates In Uvalde, Texas
Top Uvalde Electricity Rates From Each Provider
|Gexa||Saver Supreme 24||8.0¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Supreme 12||8.1¢/kWh|
|Cirro Energy||Smart Value 12 Online||10.1¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Budget Saver 12||8.9¢/kWh|
|Direct Energy||Veteran & Active Military 12||10.8¢/kWh|
|First Choice Power||You Got This 24||11.9¢/kWh|
|TXU||Clear Deal 12||10.9¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver 12||8.2¢/kWh|
|Green Mountain Energy||Pollution Free e-Plus 24 Preferred||14.4¢/kWh|
|Champion||Champ Saver 12||13.6¢/kWh|
|Reliant||Reliant Clear Flex||14.4¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Supreme 36||8.3¢/kWh|
|Payless Power||SmarTricity Flex Saver||13.3¢/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 >>>
If You Don’t Compare Electricity Rates, You Are Overpaying
If you haven’t looked at what rates are being offered by other electricity providers recently, you are almost certainly overpaying. With well over a dozen reputable electricity providers offering service in Uvalde TX, the chances that your current provider is offering you the lowest rate available are low.
Competition helps keep prices low for any market. The Texas electricity market is no different. Electricity rates in Texas change constantly. Providers are constantly attempting to undercut each other for position at the top of our list of the cheapest rates. 12 months is the most common plan length. But plans are available for contract lengths between 3 months and 36 months.
Once the term of your plan ends, you can expect your provider to offer you another 12 month plan. The rate on this 12 month plan may be the lowest rate available by any provider. But it’s not likely to be. That’s why you should compare this offer to other offers currently listed on Vault Electricity and choose the plan that works for you.
If you decided not to sign up for a new plan with your current provider, they will be happy to keep you on with month to month pricing. This is a mistake. You will almost surely be paying more than you should.
Why Do Uvalde Electric Companies Run Credit Checks?
Like most other companies that sells a product, electric companies must pay for the electricity they resell to consumers. Even if someone fails to pay their bill to the electric provider, they still have to pay the producers of the electricity.
Power plants and other producers of electricity such wind turbine operators sell the power they produce into the grid. Retail electricity providers such as TXU buy this power and resell it to their customers. Their profit margins can be slim.
If a customer doesn’t pay their electric bill TXU has to eat the cost of the electricity they provided. Companies run credit checks in order to make a judgement as to the likelihood that people will pay their bills. If they determine someone to be a greater risk of default, they will as for a deposit to protect themselves from lose.
Factoids on Uvalde, Texas
Founded in 1853 by the man named Reading Wood Black, Uvalde used to be known as the “Honey Capital of the World.” Now it is called the “City of Trees.” Its population is about 16,300 and has been rising by small degrees for the past century. It is the county seat for Uvalde County and on the map lies about 78 miles from the nearest major city of 50,000 + population (San Antonio being 78 miles away). Esteemed actor Matthew McConaughey was born in the city of Uvalde.
According to the data, Uvalde ranks relatively high on the list of best places to live giving how affordable the cost of living is. Housing is cheap, it isn’t overly crowded within the city, commute time is only 16 minutes on average, and home appreciation rates are at a high 10%.
The constituents of the city are mostly Hispanic (about 82%) with Caucasians coming in second. And the most common industries within the workforce are in Construction, Mining and Quarrying, and Management positions.
The climate is on average in the upper range of the national average for hot temperatures.
Can I Just Skip Reading the Electricity Plan EFLs?
The language used to market electricity plans in Texas can be unclear. But the EFL (Electricity Facts Label) is supposed to spell out in detail exactly what the rates and fees attached to an electricity plan are.
Generally, electricity providers in Texas are allowed to innovate by dreaming up electricity plans with many different pricing structures. The EFL is a standardized document that gives consumers a tool to compare electricity plans in a like format.
Items that can be found in EFLs include:
- Per kWh costs
- Cancelation Fees
- Average electricity rates for 500, 1000, and 2000 kWhs
- TDU passthrough fees
- Flat fees
- Length of Contract
- Percentage of renewable energy included with the plan
- Descriptive language to clarify how electricity rates for the plan are calculated.
For every plan listed on Vault Electricity, you will find a link to that plan’s EFL. Often the rates that are marketed don’t tell the whole story of what your actual costs may be. It is always a good idea to review the EFL before you decide to choose a plan.
AEP Contact Information:
For power outages in Uvalde Texas, please call AEP at 1-866-223-8508. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Uvalde Texas, call 1-800-344-8377.
Smart Meter Information:
For information on the smart meter program in Uvalde Texas, click here.