If you live in Wharton, you have the power to choose your electricity rates.
Deregulated electricity brings choice to the Texas consumer. Unfortunately, people can sometimes be confused with the myriad options in the market.
There are so many electricity companies in Wharton, TX competing for your attention with TV and radio ads, billboards and door to door salespeople that it could quickly just become chaos.
At Vault Electricity, we help organize the chaos. Since 2009 we have been putting all your options from the most trusted names in Texas electricity in one easy to use list.
Featured Electricity Rates In Wharton, Texas
Whether you are moving to Wharton or you are looking to switch providers and save money on electricity our free tools will help you make the smart choice.
Top Wharton Electricity Rates
|Electric Company||Plan Name||Electricity Rate|
|Frontier Utilities||Frontier Saver Plus 24||12.1¢/kWh|
|BKV Energy||The Lantana 15||15.8¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Eco Saver Plus 24||12.1¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver Select 24||12.1¢/kWh|
|Cirro Energy||Smart Simple 12||17.1¢/kWh|
|Trieagle||Sure Value 36||14.9¢/kWh|
|Direct Energy||Autopay Texas 12||16.7¢/kWh|
|Veteran Energy||Veteran Energy Valor 36||14.7¢/kWh|
|TXU||Clear Deal 12||14.9¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver Select 12||12.1¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Eco Saver Lite 12||20.5¢/kWh|
|Express Energy||Flash 24||12.1¢/kWh|
|Green Mountain Energy||Pollution Free e-Plus||17.8¢/kWh|
|Reliant||Power on 12||17.9¢/kWh|
|Ambit Energy||Lone Star Classic 12||19.5¢/kWh|
|Payless Power||Rate Lock 6||18.9¢/kWh|
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Wharton, Texas – Were You Aware of This?
Wharton is the county seat of Wharton, Texas. Last checked the population was close to 8,780 people in total, meaning that the city ranked as the 253nd largest city in Texas. And for the diversity of its constituents, Wharton has a larger population of Hispanic people than Caucasian. There are some notable people from the city as well, including: Dan Rather, the CBS journalist, as well as a famous equestrian, Go Man Go, a racehorse who is in the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame.
On the map, Wharton is in the southeastern part of the state, next to the cities of Hungerford, Boling, Newgulf, Kendleton, El Campo, and Sugar Land is about 35 miles away. For things to do while in the area, the Wharton County Museum is interesting to check out, as well as the 20th Century Technology Museum.
Historically, the city got its start in 1846 by some of the original colonists of Stephen F. Austin. It started as an agricultural community, where residents grew corn, rice, cotton, and also dealt in molasses and cattle, to name a few of the first commodities of Wharton.
In modern times, the economy is more driven by Retail and Manufacturing types of work than the Agriculture of the past. Unemployment for the community is about even with the national rates when compared.
Wharton Electricity Providers
Be Aware of the Cancellation Fees of the Electricity Plans
Early Termination Fees (ETFs) are can be misunderstood since they vary from one electricity provider to another.
You may be charged an Early Termination Fee if you switch to another energy company before the expiration of your existing contract. The early termination fee amount is listed in each plan’s Electricity Facts Label document.
ETFs are usually not charged against you if you move out of your home before the contract has expired. In this event, you could be asked to provide proof to the electric provider of your new residence. This proof can take the form of a recent utility bill with your name and new address printed on it.
When choosing the cheapest electricity rate in Wharton, read through the electricity plan’s Terms of Service document for specific details if you think you may not be able to complete the duration of the contract.
CenterPoint Contact Information:
For power outages in Wharton Texas, please call CenterPoint at 1-800-332-7143. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Wharton 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 Wharton Texas, click here.
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