Round Rock energy rates and guide
Round Rock, Texas, has much going for it, including being the headquarters of Dell Technologies. A 2008 edition of Money magazine compared all the small cities in the United States and declared Round Rock the 7th best. Now home to about 120,000, Round Rock makes it possible for residents to enjoy the sensation of living in a smaller town. Its location just 20 miles from Austin allows them to enjoy the benefits of living in the shadow of a large city.
Since Texans have been under stay-at-home orders, residential electricity use is soaring, according to reports. More electricity use will result in higher bills, which means it makes sense to look for a new energy provider. See Round Rock electricity rates available in your area by entering your ZIP code. Most Texas can change providers without a technician visit to their home.
Like most parts of Texas, Round Rock has a hot, dry climate. The winters are mild and enjoyable, but the summers are hot and require extensive use of air conditioning units and other cooling devices. Air conditioning accounts for about 15 percent of energy use in Texas, and the summer heat makes it crucial for the city to have affordable energy options. Check out Round Rock energy rates to see what plans are currently available by entering your ZIP code above. Some Texas electricity rates on the Choose Energy marketplace are as low as 6.1 cents/kilowatt hour.