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Tyler Electricity Providers

Welcome to Tyler Electricity service from ChooseEnergy.com

Whether you are moving into a new home or simply wanting to switch providers to lower your energy costs – ChooseEnergy.com can help.

Since you are located in in a deregulated area of Texas and in the Oncor Electric Delivery service area you do have a choice in your electricity provider. Tyler residents and businesses can choose to stay with their Affiliate Retail Electric Provider (TXU Energy), or you can choose one of several competing Tyler electricity providers: TXU Energy, Green Mountain Energy, Champion Energy Services, Cirro Energy, and StarTex Power. So make your choice today.

Let Texas electricity companies compete for your Texas electric service and join thousands that have switched for significant savings. Here are some useful local links:

City of Tyler

City Data

Tyler Chamber of Commerce

Tyler Independent School District

Please note: Your local wires company is still responsible for maintaining the wires and poles, delivery of the electricity, and responding to emergency outages. The only thing that changes is billing and customer service. Tyler electricity companies will compete for your business by offering lower prices, added customer service benefits, or renewable energy options. By making a switch to a lower cost Texas energy provider, you can save hundreds of dollars.

Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX, named after President John Tyler ((1841-1845), is a charming city and the county seat of Smith County, in eastern Texas.

Well known for its roses and containing the nation's single largest rose garden, Tyler's nickname of "Rose Capital of the Nation" is well earned. An enormous amount of roses and rose bushes are grown here and sold across the nation, and are an important part of the city's economy.

The city proper is shown as having a population of 96,900 as of 2010, with a population of around 210,000 in the greater metropolitan area.

Tyler, TX is home to several colleges, including the University of Texas at Tyler and the University of Texas Health Center at Tyler. Additionally, Texas College and the Tyler Junior College are located here.

Tyler is a haven for retirees, and is considered to be one of America's leading cities for retirement. Drawn by the recreational opportunities and the low cost of living, thousands of retirees have chosen to call Tyler home.


As part of East Texas, Tyler shares in the regions humid subtropical climate zone. Weather ranges from the 30s in winter, to the 90s in summer, yet can be a bit unpredictable.


Tyler enjoys a diverse and broad-based economy. In addition to being one of the nation's leading rose producers, Tyler is home to many large companies, including the Brookshire Grocery Company, Southwest Foods, and the Adams Engineering company. Top regional employers include The East Texas Medical Center, the Trane Company, Walmart, the Carrier Corporation, and Sudden Link. The Trinity Mother Frances Health System, University of Texas at Tyler, and Tyler Junior College are other large employers in Tyler.

Recreation and Tourism

Every year, thousands come from around the region and nation to attend the Texas Rose Festival in honor of the region's prominence in the rose growing business. The festival, held in October, ends with the crowing of the annual Rose Queen. The history of the festival is described in visual displays at the Rose Museum.

Other local attractions include the Caldwell zoo, and several other museums. There are numerous golf courses, country clubs, and lakes well known for their fishing and recreational opportunities, with Lake Tyler and Lake Palestine being among the most prominent.

Downtown Tyler is undergoing a renovation surge under the Heart of Tyler campaign, which is driving the growth of art galleries, new retail outlets, restaurants, cafes and downtown living. The mission of the Heart of Tyler is to transform the downtown area into a lively, thriving and happening place, boosting the local economy and providing a vibrant social scene for people of all ages.

Visitors who enjoy the outdoors can camp, swim, fish and go boating at the Tyler State Park, just a few miles out of town. Other outdoor activities include birding, hiking, mountain biking and picnicking.

Tyler is also the seat of the East Texas State Fair, held every year, providing thrill rides and showcasing the region's agriculture and farm animals.