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126 dallas Electric Rates and Plans from 11 Providers
Plan NameRatePlan Length
SmarTricity Predictable 12

8.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

SmarTricity Predictable 12

7.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Choice 6-TX

2.6¢

/ kWh

6

months

ECSS 12

4.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

ECSS 18

4.7¢

/ kWh

18

months

ECSS 18

5.1¢

/ kWh

18

months

ECSS 24

4.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

ECSS 24

5.1¢

/ kWh

24

months

ECGS 12

4.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

ECGS 12

5.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

ECGS 18

5.4¢

/ kWh

18

months

ECSS 12

5.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

SmarTricity Super Saver

8.6¢

/ kWh

1

month

SmarTricity Super Saver

8.3¢

/ kWh

1

month

ECGS 24

4.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

ECGS 36

4.8¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure 3-month

/ kWh

3

months

Secure Green 3-month

4.3¢

/ kWh

3

months

Secure 6-month

4.4¢

/ kWh

6

months

Secure 9-month

4.4¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure Green 9-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure 12-month

6.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure Green 12-month

6.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 18-month

5.7¢

/ kWh

18

months

Secure Green 18-month

/ kWh

18

months

Secure 24-month

6.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure Green 24-month

6.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Hello

6.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Rate

6.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 36-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure Green 36-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Hello

6.1¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Rate

6.1¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure 48-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure Green 48-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure 60-month

5.7¢

/ kWh

60

months

Secure Green 60-month

5.7¢

/ kWh

60

months

Green Texas 12

6.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

Bright Choice™

6.3¢

/ kWh

1

month

Bright Choice™

6.7¢

/ kWh

1

month

Live Brighter 36

5.6¢

/ kWh

36

months

Live Brighter 36

5.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

Power on Command 24

5.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Power on Command 24

/ kWh

24

months

Direct Energy Power-to-Go

7.2¢

/ kWh

1

month

Live Brighter™ 12

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Live Brighter™ 12

/ kWh

12

months

Weekends on Command 24

6.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Weekends on Command 24

6.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Amazing 18

4.9¢

/ kWh

18

months

Amazing 18

5.2¢

/ kWh

18

months

Fantastic Fixed 6

3.9¢

/ kWh

6

months

Fantastic Fixed 6

4.2¢

/ kWh

6

months

Terrific 12

5.5¢

/ kWh

12

months

Terrific 12

5.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

Tremendous 24

5.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Tremendous 24

5.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 3-month

4.2¢

/ kWh

3

months

Secure Green 3-month

4.5¢

/ kWh

3

months

Secure 6-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

6

months

Secure 9-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure Green 9-month

/ kWh

9

months

Secure 12-month

6.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure Green 12-month

7.1¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 18-month

/ kWh

18

months

Secure Green 18-month

6.3¢

/ kWh

18

months

Green Texas 12

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 24-month

6.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure Green 24-month

6.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Hello

6.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

24 mo Nest Rate

6.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 36-month

6.4¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure Green 36-month

6.4¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Hello

6.4¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Rate

6.4¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure 48-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure Green 48-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure 60-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

60

months

Secure Green 60-month

5.9¢

/ kWh

60

months

Frontier NHF 12+

6.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

Frontier NHF 12+

/ kWh

12

months

Fantastic 12 Green+

6.1¢

/ kWh

12

months

Fantastic 12 Green+

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 6+

6.3¢

/ kWh

6

months

Light Saver 6+

6.1¢

/ kWh

6

months

Light Saver 12+

6.1¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 12+

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 24+

6.4¢

/ kWh

24

months

Light Saver 24+

6.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 12

5.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

5.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.1¢

/ kWh

36

months

Eagle 12

5.6¢

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

5.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.3¢

/ kWh

36

months

Eagle 12

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

5.6¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.5¢

/ kWh

36

months

Monthly Freedom Plan™

6.3¢

/ kWh

1

month

Monthly Freedom Plan™

6.7¢

/ kWh

1

month

You Got This™ 12

5.5¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This™ 24

5.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This™ 24

5.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This 36

5.6¢

/ kWh

36

months

You Got This 36

5.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

You Got This Green 12

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This Green 12

6.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This Green 24

5.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This Green 24

6.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This Free Weekends 24

6.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This™ 12

5.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This™ Free Weekends 24

6.1¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6

4.6¢

/ kWh

6

months

Smart Power 9

4.7¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12

4.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24

4.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6

/ kWh

6

months

Smart Power 9

5.1¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12

5.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24

5.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 24

5.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 24

5.8¢

/ kWh

24

months

/ kWh

months

Brief History of Dallas, Texas

In 1841, a small settlement established itself close to the Trinity River. In 1846, after The Republic of Texas disbanded, Dallas County was formed in the same area. The city was formally recognized in 1856. Due to railway construction in the region, Dallas quickly developed into a thriving hub for business and trade. Workers from the South and Midwest flocked to Dallas, which helped to significantly increase the population and employment opportunities, as well as develop the housing market.

President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963. Since then, two floors of the Texas School Book Depository serve as a museum where one can explore details about his life, achievements and shocking death.

Today, Dallas, Texas is one of America?s greenest cities. With close to 100 city parks, both tourists and residents can enjoy a stroll through one of many city parks, a football game, delicious cuisine and extensive arts scene.

Electricity Deregulation in Dallas

Energy deregulation has been around since 2002, when the state of Texas passed Bill 7. Since then, customers in many regions within the state have benefited from the opportunity of choosing their energy supplier.

There are two components to an energy bill. The first is the delivery, which according to Bill 7, remains in the hands of the utility. Supply represents the second part of an energy bill. When Bill 7 was passed, it opened up the energy market up to competition. Competition means that retail suppliers need to offer customers the best and most affordable rates if they want to survive. Therefore, energy consumers in Dallas and other cities with energy deregulation laws have more flexibility and control over what they pay for their electricity.

There are many retail suppliers available in Dallas including (but not limited to):

– 4Change Energy
– Amigo Energy
– Beyond Power
– Breeze Energy
– Cirro Energy
– Green Mountain Energy
– Infinite Energy
– Pennywise Power
– Power Express
– Spark Energy
– Tara Energy
– Texans Energy
– Volt EP

As an energy consumer, it is important to know and understand your options. Researching retail suppliers is the first step in ensuring that you get the most out of your energy saving opportunities.

Dallas Energy Industry

While energy isn?t a major industry in Dallas, Texas, the city is classified as ISO 14001 certified. This means that organizations and communities work hard to reduce the environmental impact of their daily energy use. For all new building projects that are ten thousand square feet or larger, builders aim to achieve a silver LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design rating. This official program awards points based on efficiency and savings results.

The city also leads a Green Dallas initiative, which tackles many of the issues cities face today regarding energy and related industries. Dallas itself is moving away from using fossil fuels and relies on wind energy to achieve this goal. Citizens are encouraged to get involved by using less energy at home, switching to energy efficient appliances, recycling, planting trees, and using other modes of transportation.

Other Major Industries in Dallas

Fortune 500 – Dallas is where you can find several fortune 500 company headquarters including, ExxonMobil, Kimberly-Clark, Southwest Airlines, Dean Foods, Advance PCS and Texas Instruments.

Telecommunications – A significant amount of telecommunication manufacturing for the U.S. is done in Dallas, Texas. Just north of the city is an area known as the Telecom Corridor, where one can find a significant number of telecommunication companies along a 3-mile stretch. These companies include, Ericsson, Nortel, Southwestern Bell and more.

This Texan city also produces several other types of goods and services including:

Quick Dallas Stats

Dallas, Texas is the 4th most populated city in the state. Parts of the city reach into Collin, Denton, Kaufman and Rockwell counties, making it the largest metropolitan area in the South. Other interesting city stats include:

Total Population (2013): 1.258 million
Land Area: 385.8 square miles
Total Number of Households (2000): 458,057
Median Household Income: $58,926
Median Age: 31
Job Growth (in 2014): 4%
Cost of Living: 8.3% (above national average)
Total number of firms (2007): 228,604

Did you know?

There is so much more to Dallas than its approach to energy deregulation as well as its commitment to green energy. Check out the following facts for some interesting tidbits.

Dallas Major Utilities

There are a few utilities in Dallas. These utilities are responsible for the delivery of electricity to both homes and businesses. Utilities are accountable for the maintenance and repair of lines, wires and meters.

If customers living in Dallas have any questions about the delivery energy, or should they experience a power outage, they need to call their utility, not the retail provider.

Oncor – 1-888-313-4747
TXU Energy – 1-884-820-2915