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Frisco Electricity Rates

We currently offer electricity rates and plans in frisco:
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Frisco Electricity Providers

In the state of Texas, many cities have a deregulated energy market — Frisco included. What this means is that energy consumers have the option to choose who supplies electricity to their home or business. This change came into affect in 2002 and encouraged many Retail Electricity Providers (REPs) set up shop and offer energy supply services. The greatest benefit to this change is that the REP companies opened up the energy market to competition.

A competitive energy market is established because the customers get to choose their REP. If an REP does not offer the best products, plans, rates and services, the customer is free to take or move their business over to another REP. Therefore, it is in an REP’s best interest to keep rates low and affordable, to attract and retain customers.

Frisco has many REPs for customers to choose from, including:

It’s important to note that only 85% of Texas is currently deregulated — there are still some cities and areas that are regulated. To avoid confusion, we offer an online marketplace for electric rates and plans so you can view available services and plans for your region.

Frisco Energy Industry

Frisco does not see the majority of its economic development from within the energy industry. While it is close to many cities that do have huge stakes in oil, gas, and more, Frisco’s reputation lies within its corporate office and retail space, parks, sports and entertainment.

Other Major Industries in Frisco

Retail & Office – The $5 Billion Mile is made up of a mile long, mixed-use development buildings that add up to well over $5 billion in capital investment. Made up of 4 major developments including, Frisco Station, The Gate, The Star in Frisco and Wade Park, the area is a huge source of economic development and growth for the city. Other major retail and office spaces include, Stonebriar Center, Ikea, Frisco Square and Cinemark Theatre.

Sports – In 2016, the Dallas Cowboys moved their corporate headquarters to Frisco’s $5 Billion Mile. In addition, the city has many other sports venues including, the Dr. Pepper Ballpark (which won an award for architectural design), Toyota Stadium, and the Dr. Pepper Arena.

Many major employers have offices in Frisco. These offices help to employ 34,800 people within the city. Some of these major employers include:

Quick Frisco Stats

Many people consider Frisco a ‘bedroom’ city, meaning that the majority of its residents work in Dallas or surrounding areas. Despite this, Frisco is a thriving community, with more and more people choosing to settle and work there every year. To gain a better idea of the current demographics of the city, check out the following quick stats:

Total Population (2016): 155,835
Land Area: 68.2 square miles
Median Household Income: $115,603
Number of Houses: 56,746
Median Age: 36
Cost of Living: 128 (U.S. average is 100)
City Owned Parks: 43

Did You Know?

Located near Dallas, Texas, Frisco has seen a lot of growth since the early 2000’s. This growth and development also brings to light many interesting and fun facts about the city including,

Frisco Major Utilities

Utilities in Texas take care of the maintenance and management of electricity delivery. This means that they are responsible for making sure that the poles and wires are in good condition as well as that electricity gets where it needs to go. There are several established utilities in the state of Texas, and the ones that provide service to Frisco include,

TXU Energy – 1 972-335-2707
CoServe Electric – 1 940-321-7800