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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¢

Wichita Falls energy rates

As of 2010, Wichita Falls was the 29th most populous city in the state of Texas, with a population of 103,931. Wichita Falls is considered the principle city in the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Area, which includes the counties of Clay, Archer, and Wichita. Given the number of people and counties within the Wichita Falls metropolis, it is not surprising that residents and business owners require easy access to affordable and efficient energy.

Considered to be one of the hottest climates in the United States, Wichita Falls routinely sees temperatures that reach in excess of 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Since temperatures can begin to reach the triple digits as early as March, it is typically best to shop for energy during the late fall. Check out Wichita Falls energy rates to see what prices and options are currently available.

Wichita Falls energy deregulation

On January 1, 2002, the state of Texas deregulated the energy market. In short, energy deregulation means that a single utility will continue to transmit and deliver electricity, while consumers will be able to shop for the best price for energy among a marketplace of suppliers who will handle sales and payment. In effect, energy deregulation has introduced more competition to the energy market and made it impossible for a single company to have a virtual monopoly of the industry.

In Wichita Falls, energy deregulation has led to increased competition between providers, which has translated to lower rates for residents and business owners. Simply by doing a little bit of research, Wichita Falls residents can save a substantial amount of money on their energy bill every year. Or we'll do the research for you and show you local pricing.

Wichita Falls utility companies & energy providers

Deregulation in Wichita Falls has changed how utility service providers operate. In the past, the transmission, distribution and sales of energy used to be handled by the same utility service. However, deregulation has led to the transmission and distribution being facilitated by the utility company or wires company and the sales and payment of energy being facilitated by an energy provider. Therefore, while Wichita Falls residents must all select the same utility company, they now have the freedom of choice to select their own energy provider from a multitude of available suppliers.

Oncor Electric Delivery Company is the utility service area in Wichita Falls. It's the largest utility in Texas and the sixth largest in the US. Oncor Electric delivers energy to 7.5 million customers throughout the state. While energy is required to be delivered by Oncor Electric, customers in Wichita Falls can choose from a number of energy suppliers. In order to provide the best service and price possible, Oncor Electric has partnered with companies like Bounce Energy and TriEagle.

Wichita Falls renewable energy

Texas is leading the charge in finding alternative sources of energy and currently ranks fifth in the nation for electricity generated by renewable energy. In order to provide green energy options to Wichita Falls, Oncor Electric has an agreement with Amigo Energy and Green Mountain Energy to supply environmentally friendly energy to the region.

Wichita Falls energy facgts

1,353 square feet

Average home size

1,137 kWh

Average monthly usage

$108

Average monthly electricity bill

$409

Potential annual savings

Oncor

Utility

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