Galveston energy rates
Galveston, due to its location on the coast, is known as a popular Texas tourist destination, especially for college students on spring break. But the city has a permanent population of about 50,000. Because it’s home to those residents and the businesses that accommodate them, it matters that Galveston electricity rates should be affordable.
Like pretty much all of Texas, Galveston’s climate is classified as humid subtropical. Temperatures rarely exceed 90 degrees, but the humidity can make it feel much hotter. Summer months, of course, are the hottest, and energy is typically least expensive from December through February. Enter your ZIP code above to see what prices and options are currently available for Galveston electricity plans.