Irving, Texas electricity options
|Supplier||Plan||Energy Term Length||Rate|
|Eagle 12||12 month fixed||9.20¢|
|Eagle 6||6 month fixed||8.60¢|
|Eagle 36||36 month fixed||9.00¢|
|Eagle 24||24 month fixed||9.10¢|
|Green Eagle 12||12 month fixed||9.50¢|
|Beat The Heat 12+||12 month fixed||9.80¢|
|Green Eagle 24||24 month fixed||9.40¢|
|Green Eagle 36||36 month fixed||9.40¢|
|SMART Energy 36||36 month fixed||9.40¢|
|Budget Saver 12||12 month fixed||7.30¢|
Irving energy rates
Located in North Texas, Irving has a humid, subtropical climate and an urban population of over 225,400 people. Due to the high population, city lifestyle and hot weather, Irving's residents and businesses need quality energy services at affordable prices.
Irving energy prices often fluctuate during various times of the year. In general, energy rates in Irving are most expensive at the end of spring and summer, with rates being cheapest during the first and last month of the year. Check out Irving energy rates to see what prices and options are currently available.
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Irving energy deregulation
Early in 2002, legislation known as Senate Bill 7, changed the energy market by deregulating the sales and pricing of electricity plans. This bill included the Irving area. While a single utility company still transports electricity from the plant to homes, residents of Irving can now choose what company sells them their electricity plan. These sales companies are known as energy suppliers.
How does energy deregulation in Irving help the consumer? Due to competition among supplier companies, electricity prices in Irving have fallen. In fact, prices in deregulated parts of Texas are cheaper than America's average. By browsing for the cheapest rate or most desirable plan, customers in Irving can easily reduce the cost of their monthly electricity bill. Check out how you can lower your energy supply rate.
Irving utility companies & energy providers
Deregulation restructured the way the energy industry functions. Think of the energy industry in three steps: sales, transmission and delivery. Previously, all three steps were carried out by one single Irving wires company (or utility service). While the primary utility company still carries out the transmission of energy and delivery to residences, the responsibility for selling the energy plans has been opened up to competition among supplier companies. These suppliers attempt to win business from Irving residents by offering cheaper rates and better plan terms.
The utility service area in Irving is managed by Oncor Electric Delivery, a company that delivers electricity to more than 7.5 million consumers. While consumers can't choose their wires company, they can select among Irving energy providers. With so many different companies, though, choosing a reliable provider in Irving can be an overwhelming task. Choose Energy cooperates with preferred Irving energy suppliers, such as Bounce Energy and TriEagle Energy.
Irving renewable energy
The Lone Star State has made headlines in the renewable energy sector. Specifically, in wind power creation, Texas places first in the nation. Additionally, Texas ranks behind only four others in net renewable electricity production.
Irving's green movement can be seen in its programs and initiatives. The Irving YES (Youth for Environmental Sustainability) program aims to instill environmental awareness in young residents of the city. Moreover, city government has reduced electricity use by five million kilowatt hours in the last six years. If residents want to utilize green energy in Irving, Choose Energy helps them purchase plans from trusted green energy suppliers, such as Amigo Energy and Green Mountain Energy.
Irving energy facts
2,095 square feet
Average home size
Average monthly usage (kWh)
Average monthly electricity bill
Potential annual savings
Irving energy suppliers
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