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Compare Tyler electricity rates

Written by Luke Daugherty


Edited by Hannah Whatley


Last Updated: June 20, 2023

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Tyler electricity rates

Plan NamePlan LengthRate*
4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 1212 months$0.116/ kWh
Gexa Energy - Gexa Eco Saver Plus 1212 months$0.116/ kWh
Express Energy - Flash 1212 months$0.116/ kWh
Frontier Utilities - Frontier Saver Plus 1212 months$0.116/ kWh
Discount Power - Bill Credit Bundle 2424 months$0.119/ kWh
Cirro - Simple Bill Credit 2424 months$0.119/ kWh
Veteran Energy - Valor 2424 months$0.145/ kWh
Reliant - Power Savings 24 plan24 months$0.155/ kWh
TriEagle Energy - Real Deal 3636 months$0.159/ kWh
Rhythm Energy - Clear Choice 1212 months$0.160/ kWh
Direct Energy - Live Brighter Lite 2424 months$0.165/ kWh
TXU Energy - Smart Edge 1212 months$0.165/ kWh
BKV Energy - Lantana 3636 months$0.171/ kWh
Green Mountain - Pollution Free e-Plus 24 Preferred24 months$0.178/ kWh
Payless Power - 12 Month - prepaid12 months$0.188/ kWh

Please note: All rates above are accurate as of 7/17/2024, 3:01:13 PM CDT for ZIP Code 75703. Rates may have changed since this date/time. For the most up to date rates in your area, please enter your zip code above.

*All pricing shown in cents per kWh

Tyler utility companies and energy providers

In Tyler’s deregulated electricity market, utility companies and electricity providers have distinct roles. Your utility company, which is set based on where you live, transmits electricity and maintains the electrical infrastructure in your area. In Tyler, the utility is Oncor Electric Delivery

Unlike the local utility, Tyler residents can choose their own energy providers, thanks to deregulation. Your energy provider is the company that generates or buys the electricity to power your home or business, and there are countless options in Tyler. Some of the top providers in the Tyler area include Reliant Energy, 4Change Energy, and TXU Energy.

To explore all your options and compare electric rates in Tyler, enter your ZIP code.

Power outages in Tyler

No matter what energy provider you use, your local utility company will respond to power outages, downed power lines, and other problems with the local electric infrastructure. If your power goes out, contact Oncor Electric Delivery:

  • Report an outage online here
  • Report an outage by phone at 1-888-313-4747
  • Text OUT to 66267

Choose your power in Tyler

When you live or operate a business in a deregulated electricity market like Tyler, getting electricity service works a little differently from how it does in traditional markets. Deregulation gives you the power to choose your own electricity rates and provider in Tyler, giving you the opportunity to save big on your energy costs. is not affiliated with Power to Choose,, or the PUCT.

Types of electricity plans in Tyler

When you’re shopping around for a Tyler electricity provider, you’ll have several different types of plans to choose from. Some of the most popular types include:

Fixed-rate plans

When you sign up for a fixed-rate energy plan, you enter a contract for 12, 24, or 36 months. During your contract, your energy rate is secured and won’t fluctuate with the energy market. The good news is that you aren’t vulnerable to price hikes. However, you might pay an early termination fee (ETF) if you end your contract early.

Variable-rate plans

With a variable-rate plan, you don’t have a locked-in rate. Instead, your electricity rate each month is based on the current energy market. During some months, your electricity bill may spike. During other months, you’ll save money. There is also no contract, so you can switch providers at any time. 

Prepaid and no-deposit plans

Depending on your credit score, many energy plans require you to pay a deposit when you sign up. Some Tyler electricity providers offer no-deposit energy plans, which allow you to skip the credit check and the deposit. A prepaid energy plan is a type of no-deposit plan where you pay for your electricity upfront.

Tyler green energy

Texas leads the country in renewable energy generation. The Lone Star State is the nation’s largest producer of wind energy and the second-largest producer of solar power. As a result, every Laredo electricity provider includes at least a portion of green energy in every plan.

Tyler has a rapidly expanding demand for green energy, which has resulted in electric providers offering renewable energy plans. The Choose Energy marketplace has 100% green energy plans from providers such as Green Mountain Energy and Gexa Energy.

Enter your ZIP code, filter for green energy, and explore the available renewable energy options in your area.

Tyler energy for business

In Tyler, business owners can also benefit from the deregulated energy market. If you own a business in Tyler, our team of energy experts can help you build a customized energy plan that fits your needs. To learn more about building a business energy plan, contact Choose Energy at the number on your screen or visit our business energy page to get started.

Tyler electric rates in my area

As you search for electricity rates in your area, you may notice that companies offer different rates depending on your location. This is due to utility transmission charges, which vary by location. Transmission charges cover the cost of moving electricity to your home. 

The Choose Energy marketplace uses your ZIP code to ensure you receive accurate rates. Enter your ZIP code to discover the best electricity rates in Tyler and switch to a new plan.

How to compare electricity rates with

Thanks to Texas’s deregulated energy market, residents of Tyler can choose their energy providers. Choose Energy features Tyler electricity rates and plans from the best electric companies near you. Here’s how to get started:

  1. Enter your ZIP code. You can explore available plans and compare electricity rates in Tyler to find what best fits your needs. 
  2. Sign up for your plan. Once you’ve chosen your plan, you can sign up online or call the number on your screen to speak with an energy expert.
  3. Enjoy your new plan. Your new provider will handle setup, including coordinating with your utility company. You can relax and enjoy your energy savings. 

Moving to Tyler?

Located in the eastern part of the state and home to more than 100,000 residents, Tyler has plenty to offer. The city is famous for its outdoor recreation, including the Tyler Rose Garden, nearby parks, and more.

If you’re planning a move to Tyler, you can use the Choose Energy marketplace to secure a low electricity rate for your new home. Simply enter your new Tyler ZIP code, and you’ll find a list of electricity plans from every electricity company near you.

Frequently asked questions about Tyler energy

Who has the cheapest electricity rates in Tyler?

Frontier Utilities offers some of the cheapest electricity in Tyler, but these rates vary depending on the plan you choose and current electricity demand. Enter your ZIP code to browse current options and electricity rates in your area.

What is the average electric bill in Texas?

As of March 2023, Texas residents pay an average electricity rate of 14.46 cents per kWh. Luckily, the Choose Energy marketplace can help you find an affordable electric rate near you. 

How can I compare Tyler electricity rates?

The Choose Energy marketplace is the easiest way to compare electricity rates in Tyler. Enter your ZIP code to explore a list of the plans in your area. Then, you can easily compare many electricity rates in your area and find cheap electricity in Tyler.

How can I lower my electricity bill in Tyler?

If you’re not happy with the Tyler electricity rates you’re paying, you can shop for lower rates. If switching plans isn’t an option, you can also try to lower your bill by turning off appliances when you’re not using them, air-drying your clothes, or getting an energy audit.

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