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Compare Pecos Electricity Rates

The county seat and largest city in Reeves County, TX, Pecos is home to more than 10,000 people. Thanks to the deregulation of most of the Texas energy market, Pecos residents have the power to choose their own electric provider and plan. Below is an overview of Pecos electricity rates and providers. To see exactly which Pecos electric rates are available in your neighborhood, just enter your ZIP code above.

Pecos Electricity Rates

4Change Energy - Maxx Saver Select 24 24 months $0.107 / kWh
Express Energy - Flash 12 12 months $0.107 / kWh
Frontier Utilities - Frontier Saver Plus 24 24 months $0.107 / kWh
Gexa Energy - Gexa Eco Saver Plus 12 12 months $0.107 / kWh
Discount Power - Bill Credit Bundle 24 24 months $0.107 / kWh
Veteran Energy - Valor 36 36 months $0.128 / kWh
Flagship Power - Galleon1000 36 36 months $0.134 / kWh
Reliant - Power Savings 24 plan 24 months $0.139 / kWh
TXU Energy - Smart Edge 12 12 months $0.139 / kWh
Constellation - 12 Month Usage Bill Credit 12 months $0.140 / kWh
BKV Energy - Verbena 12 12 months $0.142 / kWh
Cirro - Smart Value 24 24 months $0.145 / kWh
TriEagle Energy - Real Deal 36 36 months $0.145 / kWh
Direct Energy - Live Brighter Lite 24 24 months $0.155 / kWh
Green Mountain - Pollution Free e-Plus 24 Preferred 24 months $0.158 / kWh
Rhythm Energy - Clear Choice 12 12 months $0.163 / kWh
Payless Power - 12 Month - Prepaid 12 months $0.172 / kWh

Please note: All rates above are accurate as of 4/20/2024, 5:02:22 PM CDT for ZIP Code 79772. Rates may have changed since this date/time. For the most up to date rates in your area, please enter your zip code above.

Pecos electric companies

Deregulation means that you have a lot of options. TXU Energy, Payless Power, and 4Change Energy are popular choices, but there are numerous providers on the market. Look for the plan and company that truly suit your family, and if you change your mind, you always have the power to switch.

One of the more confusing aspects of deregulation is the fact that your retail power provider is not the company that actually delivers the electricity through a connection to your home. A utility company, also known as a transmission and distribution service provider, is who you need to contact to report a power outage, and it does not change regardless of who your retail power provider is. In Pecos, your transmission and distribution service areas are split among Texas New Mexico Power Co. (TNMP), Oncor, and AEP North.

To report an outage, contact whichever is your utility – it will appear on your bill.

Types of Pecos electric plans

Electricity rates in Texas, including Pecos, depend on the type of electric plan you select and how much electricity you use. Since retail providers compete for your business, you may find special offers such as free nights or weekends. In general, though, electric plans fall into one of three basic types.

  • Fixed rate: On a fixed rate plan, your electricity supply rates will remain the same for the life of the plan. Depending on how long you will stay in your home and how long you are willing to commit to a specific provider, you may choose a 12, 24, or even 36 month plan. Note that government taxes and fees may change from month to month or year to year, even though your supply rates remain the same.
  • Variable rate: A variable rate plan may be a better choice for those who need only a short term plan, as well as those who are willing to gamble on their rates. In these plans, your electricity rates vary according to wholesale energy prices.
  • No deposit: Those with excellent credit scores may not need to pay a deposit for traditional fixed rate or variable rate plans. If your credit is less than stellar, though, you likely will be asked to pay a deposit. An alternative is a pre-paid plan, in which you pay for expected service at the beginning of the billing period. You’ll have to refresh your account depending on actual usage.

Green energy plans in Pecos

As one of the top solar power producers in the United States, as well as the country’s leader in wind power, Texas offers plenty of choices for consumers interested in reducing their carbon footprint. Most Pecos energy providers offer one or more green energy plans.

Confused about deregulation?

Deregulation gives you a lot of choices, but sorting through your options can be confusing. If you are interested in learning more or need help deciding on a power provider and plan, please give us a call. Simply enter your ZIP code above to see what’s available. You can sign up in minutes by phone or online.

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