Beat the Heat and Rising Houston Electricity Rates
Summer is one of the times where you’ll come across the highest Houston electricity rates, but the good news is you don’t have to settle for those high rates. A little bit of searching and comparing can show you affordable electricity plans that cover all of your home energy needs. Whether you want to lock in a long term contract to keep your low rate for the months to come or you want a no contract plan to get you through the hot months until prices cool down a bit, we have the best Houston electricity rates for you.
The Shop Texas Electricity Advantage
Why spend hours looking for the best plan when you can compare plans quickly and easily in just a few minutes? That’s what we do at Shop Texas Electricity: we bring the plans to you to save you time and money. There are dozens, if not hundreds of different electricity plans available in Texas, and that means there is a lot to sort through. You could go to a dozen different websites looking for the best deals, or you can go to one website and see all the deals at once
We consolidate the details of electricity plans from retail energy providers all over the state into a single, sortable list to make energy shopping much easier. Want to look for something cheap? Sort by price. Need a specific term length? Sort by term. Want to compare providers and plans? You can do that too. We’ll even give you a handy calculator that lets you see just how much you could save over the course of a year!
Finding the Right Plan
Comparing plans at a glance is a great, fast way to find a few plans that look promising. The plan overview tells you the average rate for electricity use, the term length, and notes any special incentives like green energy of bill credits. But you need to look at the plan’s electricity facts label, or EFL, to get the real story. It’s possible that some plans could offer a low rate, but that rate only applies to certain ranges of electricity use, while anything outside that range is much more expensive.
The EFL tells you exactly how a plan works, including how long the plan is good for (the term length), what kind of energy the plan includes (renewable or nonrenewable), and exactly how much the plan will cost. The plan costs can be broken down by recurring fees, energy charges, and transmission charges. Combining these fees together gets you the average rate, but read all the fine print and lists of associated charges to determine if the rate is really worth signing up for.