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Supplier Plan Energy Term Length Rate
TriEagle Energy 12 month fixed 9.20¢
TriEagle Energy 6 month fixed 8.60¢
TriEagle Energy 36 month fixed 9.00¢
TriEagle Energy 24 month fixed 9.10¢
TriEagle Energy 12 month fixed 9.50¢

Cedar Hill energy rates

Located just 16 miles from the heart of downtown Dallas, Cedar Hill has a population of 45,028. Like every city in Texas, Cedar Hill is known for its humid and hot climate. As a result, Cedar Hill is in need of efficient, affordable, and high-quality energy.

Cedar Hill energy prices fluctuate throughout the year. As an example, rates are often the highest in the months leading up to the hot summers and least expensive during the early winter months. Currently, residents and business owners in Cedar Hill can choose from more than 50 energy suppliers servicing the area. Check out Cedar Hill energy rates to see what prices and options are currently available.

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Cedar Hill energy deregulation

Texas deregulated its energy market in 2002. In short, this bill puts the power in the hands of Cedar Hill customers, as it lets residents and business owners pick their own energy supplier from a virtual marketplace of companies. Prior to energy deregulation, the utility company had a virtual monopoly and could set any price they wanted for energy. Now, energy deregulation has given customers more choice while driving down their monthly energy bill. Energy deregulation can be compared to shopping for a new car, since consumers can choose to purchase the same exact vehicle from different dealerships based on price. With energy deregulation, consumers can now do the same by shopping for the same services from many companies with different prices. Check out local prices now!

Cedar Hill utility companies & energy suppliers

Prior to deregulation, a single utility company was responsible for transmitting, distributing, and collecting payment for residential and business energy needs. While the transmission and distribution is handled by one company, Oncor Electric, customers can pick from a pool of energy suppliers for the sale and payment of their energy needs.

Oncor Electric is responsible for servicing Cedar Hill's utility service area. Oncor Electric Delivery is the sixth largest utility company in the United States and the largest in Texas. This regulated electric delivery business services 7.5 million consumers throughout Texas. While energy must be delivered by Oncor, customers can select from a variety of energy suppliers in Cedar Hill. To provide the best service possible at the most affordable rates, Oncor has partnered with a number of energy suppliers, including TriEagle and Bounce Energy.

Cedar Hill renewable energy

Currently, Texas is fifth in the nation for electricity generated by renewable energy. Not surprisingly, Cedar Hill is following in the footsteps of Texas through a commitment to using solar power, wind energy and other alternative forms of energy. Anyone in Cedar Hill who wishes to use renewable energy in their home or business will be happy to know that Green Mountain has partnered with Oncor to be the preferred supplier of green energy.

Cedar Hill energy facts

2,826 square feet

Average home size

1,538

Average monthly usage (kWh)

$146

Average monthly electricity bill

$554

Potential annual savings

Oncor

Utility

Cedar Hill electricity suppliers

Green Mountain Energy TriEagle Energy
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