Texas-New Mexico Power delivers electricity to over 236,000 customers throughout Texas in communities outside Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Midland.
Texas-New Mexico Power electric rates
Texas families and businesses must purchase their energy from a certified "Retail Electric Provider" (REP). If you don't or if your provider goes out of business, you will receive service from a Provider of Last Resort (POLR) chosen by the state Public Utilities Commission. POLR service is relatively more expensive due to the costs associated with serving an uncertain number of customers with uncertain electricity use. Small business customers in the TNMP area will receive POLR service from Reliant Energy. Texas-New Mexico Power customers can check out energy suppliers and shop for electricity plans to find the one that's right for them.
Price to Compare
If another supplier’s price per kilowatt hour is lower than the “Price to Compare,” you can save the difference per kilowatt hour by switching to that supplier. These rates include only the cost of producing the electricity. There are additional costs for the delivery of the electricity to your home or business. The delivery costs will remain the same no matter who supplies your energy. To report power outages or downed power lines, you should call Texas-New Mexico Power's customer service number.