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Discover Electricity in Eagle Pass
Bordering our neighbors in Mexico, the city of Eagle Pass, Texas, is 140 miles southwest of San Antonio and full of attractions such as the exciting Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino Hotel, shopping centers like Mall de las Aguilas and a diverse selection of restaurants. Residents and business owners have a lot of options, extending to the many energy options in Eagle Pass.
Whether you’re a longtime resident or a recent mover, Eagle Pass is full of culture and history that is ready for you to explore. While you explore the city and nearby sites, take time to explore your options when it comes to electricity in Eagle Pass.
Please note: the following rates were published and are accurate as of 5/07/2017 at 9:44 PM for ZIP code 78852. Rates may have changed since this date/time. For the most up-to-date rates in your area, please enter your ZIP code above.
Eagle Pass Electricity Rates
|Plan Name||Plan Length||Rate|
|4Change Energy Budget Saver 12||12 months||$0.075/ kWh|
|Reliant Energy Secure Advantage 12||12 months||$0.099/ kWh|
|Reliant Energy Straight Power 24 CN||24 months||$0.073/ kWh|
|TriEagle Eagle 36||36 months||$0.092/ kWh|
|Cirro Energy Smart Value 12 Online||12 months||$0.084/ kWh|
|Frontier Utilities Light Saver 6+||6 months||$0.084/ kWh|
|Spark Energy Price Protect 24||24 months||$0.086/ kWh|
|First Choice Power You Got This 24||24 months||$0.080/ kWh|
|Champion Champ Saver-12||12 months||$0.090/ kWh|
|First Choice Power You Got This 24||24 months||$0.092/ kWh|
|Green Mountain Energy Pollution Free 24 Preferred||24 months||$0.093/ kWh|
|Pennywise Power Wise Buy 12||12 months||$0.094/ kWh|
Explore Texas electric rates
Like many Texas cities with the power to choose, Eagle Pass gives consumers the option to choose their retail electric provider. It’s important to understand what you’re looking at when shopping the competitive energy market. Electricity in Eagle Pass can seem complicated, but ChooseTexasPower.org is here to help make the shopping process easier.
There are two main types of energy supply plans in the competitive energy market: fixed-rate and variable-rate supply plans.
Variable supply plans do not have a fixed price, meaning that the supply rate can vary from month to month. There is no long-term contract associated with variable-rate plans, which makes the supply plan an ideal choice for those in short-term housing or those who do not wish to sign an extended term agreement. While prices for electricity in Eagle Pass can rise, customers will be able to take advantage of market price lows if energy rates decrease.
Fixed supply plans have price protection, meaning that the supply rate will remain consistent throughout the term agreement. Unlike variable-rate supply plans, fixed-rate plans usually have longer-term agreements. This is beneficial to those who wish to lock in one of the available Texas electric rates to protect themselves from the ever-changing energy rates and energy options in Eagle Pass.
Call AEP Central if there is ever power loss
If you have a family, keeping up with one or two of the 14 elementary schools, two junior high schools or two high schools in Eagle Pass can be difficult. With so many phone numbers to keep up with, it’s hard to remember which number to call when something happens.
While you have a lot of selection when it comes to energy options in Eagle Pass, you do not have to worry about choosing a transmission and delivery utility. These utilities have the responsibility of getting power to your home or business, and Eagle Pass is under the service area of AEP Central.
AEP Central is responsible for all infrastructure related to electricity in Eagle Pass. If there is ever a loss power or if you witness an electrical emergency, call AEP Central at 1-866-223-8508.
Source: www.eaglepasstx.us, www.eaglepasstexas.com.
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