Whitehouse Electricity Providers: Here’s What You Need to Know to Compare Electricity Rates.
There are a number of electricity companies that sell electricity in Whitehouse, TX. It’s hard to know where to find the cheapest rates
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Our real time electricity rate comparison tool helps you shop for your perfect plan.
It doesn’t matter if you are looking for no deposit electricity plans, green energy plans, or if you are just interested in the lowest rate, you will find what you need here. We’ve organized the hundreds of electricity plans sold by the dozen plus providers in Texas into one easy to use format. You will find all the information you need to make a smart choice all here in one place.
The Whitehouse electricity market is set up to encourage consumers to switch electricity providers when they find a better deal. Your choice of electricity provider doesn’t affect how your electricity is delivered or the quality of your service. It really all comes down to electricity rates.
Featured Electricity Rates In Whitehouse, Texas
Sources of Whitehouse Electricity
Wind power has been the fastest growing source of electricity in Whitehouse for many years. Government subsidies have encouraged investment in wind turbines. West Texas is a geographically 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 Whitehouse and other parts of the state that need the power.
Top Whitehouse Electricity Rates From Each Provider
|Electric Company||Plan Name||Electricity Rate|
|Frontier Utilities||Super Value 12||14.0¢/kWh|
|Frontier Utilities||Frontier Super Value 24||12.5¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Deluxe 12||14.2¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver Select 24||12.5¢/kWh|
|Cirro Energy||Smart Simple 12||19.3¢/kWh|
|Trieagle||Sure Value 36||17.9¢/kWh|
|Direct Energy||Live Brighter 12||19.3¢/kWh|
|First Choice Power||You Got This 24||20.2¢/kWh|
|TXU||Clear Deal 24||20.9¢/kWh|
|4Change Energy||Maxx Saver Select 12||13.1¢/kWh|
|Gexa||Saver Value 12||18.6¢/kWh|
|Express Energy||Flash 24||12.4¢/kWh|
|Green Mountain Energy||Crystal Clear 12 Preferred||22.1¢/kWh|
|Reliant||Reliant Power On 12||20.4¢/kWh|
|Payless Power||Premier 12||21.1¢/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 >>>
Solar energy has historically been a minor player in the Texas electricity market. Despite having the largest capacity to support solar energy in the country, not much investment has been made in large scale solar projects in Texas.
But this is about to change. The manufacturing costs of photovoltaic 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 in the near future.
Tips for Comparing Electric Companies in Whitehouse
Before comparing Whitehouse, TX electric companies, you need to make certain that you are looking at the correct rates. There are three standard levels in which electricity rates in Whitehouse are priced. The levels are based on your anticipated average monthly electricity usage in kilowatt hours. They are supposed to represent three different home sizes.
- 2000 kWh: Large House
- 1000 kWh: Small House
- 500 kWh: Apartment
Not every home fits neatly into one of these levels of course. But this can at least give you a rough idea of what to expect. It’s important that when you are comparing electricity rates, you are looking at rates that correspond as closely as possible with your home size. Even within the same plan, rates can be very different at the three usage levels.
Things You May Not be Aware of Concerning Whitehouse, Texas
As a city in Smith County, Texas, Whitehouse falls in the Eastern part of the state, next to the cities of New Chapel Hill, Tyler, Troup, Bullard, Emerald Bay, Noonday, and about 100 miles from Dallas. When it was last measured the population was close to 8,300 total, making Whitehouse the 262nd biggest city in Texas.
Historically, the city was first developed around the year 1845, when it was named. As sources show, the economy of the community was mostly agrarian-based with farmers dominating the local market. But today, most of the economy is based in Retail, Manufacturing, Finance/Insurance, Education, and Healthcare. Last checked the wages earned were more than the national and state norm, with a median household income of $71,250. Unemployment is lower and the cost of living is lower as well.
Regarding the educational attainment of Whitehouse citizens, 92% of those over the age of 25 have finished high school. In addition, about 24% of that same age group has earned a Bachelor’s degree or higher. Some of the most common majors for the Whitehouse student body are in Nursing, Exercise Science, Journalism, Psychology, Human Resources, General Business, and Marketing.
Most Electricity Plans Have EFLs – What Are They?
To understand how the rates on your electricity plan are derived to the EFL. No two electricity plans in Whitehouse are quite the same. There are a few common components though. Cancellation fees, contract lengths, are two such items.
Electricity providers have a great deal of discretion when it comes to the way their plans are priced. The EFL (Electricity Facts Label) is a state mandated, standardized document that all Whitehouse electric providers are required to make available for every plan they offer.
You can read at a plan’s EFL and see exactly what goes in to the electricity rate that is being advertised for that plan.
Things you would expect to see in an EFL include:
- Average electricity rates for 500, 1000, and 2000 kWhs of monthly usage
- Cancelation Fees
- Fees assessed by the Transmission & Distribution Utility in your area (The TDU for the DFW area in ONCOR. In the Houston area it is Centerpoint)
- Energy usage charges
- Monthly billing charges
- Contract Length
- The price per kWh for different tiers if your plan is a tiered plan
- Any other fees and costs included in the plan
TXU/Oncor Contact Information:
For power outages in Whitehouse Texas, please call Oncor at 1-888-313-4747. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Whitehouse Texas, call 1-800-344-8377. To view Whitehouse Texas outage maps, click here.
Smart Meter Information:
For information on the smart meter program in Whitehouse Texas, click here.