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Fort Worth energy rates

Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in Texas, with a population of almost 900,000. Known for its cattle trade history and architecture, Fort Worth embodies the American West. Fort Worth also enjoys the state’s deregulated energy market, allowing residents and businesses the power to choose their electricity provider. 

With the Choose Energy marketplace, Fort Worth residents can easily shop and compare affordable electric plans from top providers. What’s more, most Texans can change providers without a technician visiting the home. Enter your ZIP code above to see the plans and prices available in your area.

Fort Worth electricity rates

Plan Name Plan Length Rate
Gexa Energy - Gexa Saver Deluxe 12 12 months $0.056 / kWh
Frontier Utilities - Best Value 12 12 months $0.056 / kWh
Pulse Power - Texas Saver 12 12 months $0.057 / kWh
Express Energy - Flash 12 - with Auto Pay 12 months $0.065 / kWh
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver 12 12 months $0.066 / kWh
Constellation - 12 Month Flat Tier Product 12 months $0.080 / kWh
Cirro - Smart Value 12 Online 12 months $0.083 / kWh
Just Energy - Base Saver III 12 months $0.083 / kWh
TXU Energy - Smart Edge 12 12 months $0.099 / kWh
Discount Power - Value Plus 12 12 months $0.101 / kWh
First Choice Power - You Got This 36 36 months $0.106 / kWh
Reliant - Secure Advantage 18 18 months $0.107 / kWh
Green Mountain - Pollution Free e-Plus 36 Preferred 36 months $0.109 / kWh
Direct Energy - Live Brighter 36 36 months $0.109 / kWh
TriEagle Energy - Golden Eagle 36 months $0.112 / kWh
Iberdrola Texas - Wind By TX 36 36 months $0.120 / kWh
Chariot Energy - Green Saver 36 36 months $0.121 / kWh
Payless Power - SmarTricity Premier 12 - Prepaid Plan 1 month $0.141 / kWh

Please note: All rates above are accurate as of 9/18/2020, 7:39:27 PM CDT for ZIP Code 76137. Rates may have changed since this date/time. For the most up to date rates in your area, please enter your zip code above.

Fort Worth energy deregulation

How has deregulation changed Fort Worth? Take a look at some of the latest Lone Star State statistics from the U.S. Energy Information Administration:

  • Texas residential electricity rates are 10 percent lower than the national average.
  • Texas commercial electricity rates are nearly 23 percent lower than the national average.
  • Texas industrial electricity rates are nearly 16 percent lower than the national average.
  • Texas generates (by far) the most electricity of any state from wind.
  • Texas generates the fifth-highest amount of electricity from solar energy.

In 2020, Texas electricity rates are on average 13.04 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh). The Choose Energy marketplace can help you find better, with many providers offering rates nearly half of that.

Our marketplace is 24/7, making it easy to compare dozens of Fort Worth electricity providers on your schedule. Whether you’re shopping for a fixed-rate plan, a green energy plan, a prepaid plan or a no-deposit plan, Choose Energy has you covered. To get started, enter your ZIP code above.

Fort Worth utility companies & energy providers

The utility service area in Fort Worth is managed by Oncor Electric Delivery. Oncor is also responsible for maintaining the area’s power lines and is who you should call if you experience a power outage.

While consumers can’t choose their utility service, they can select from several Fort Worth energy providers – that’s the deregulated part of Fort Worth’s energy market. Choose Energy has partnered with some of the best to make the decision a little easier, including trusted brands such as TXU Energy, 4Change Energy, and TriEagle Energy.

Fort Worth renewable energy

Texas has established itself as a leader in green energy production and is the United States’ number one producer of wind energy as well as a consistent leader in solar energy.

Fort Worth continues to follow in the footsteps of the state. In 2019, the American Council for Energy Efficiency ranked Fort Worth in the list of America’s most energy-efficient cities. The use of green energy in Fort Worth will keep rising as the city’s Sustainability Task Force aims to make the city’s development and growth more sustainable.

Among the energy suppliers in the area, there are some that provide green energy options for both residents and businesses. Enter your ZIP code above to look for 100 percent green offerings with Amigo Energy and Green Mountain Energy, or take advantage of the many other providers offering partially or fully green plans.

Updated: 7/29/2020