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Pasadena Electricity Rates and Plans

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64 pasadena Electric Rates and Plans from 13 Providers
Plan NameRatePlan Length
SmarTricity Predictable 12

7.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

SS 12

5.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

SS 18

5.2¢

/ kWh

18

months

SS 24

5.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

CP 12

5.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

CP 18

5.3¢

/ kWh

18

months

SmarTricity Super Saver

8.1¢

/ kWh

1

month

Just Energy Web Plan - 24

9.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Amigo Web Plan - 24

9.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Tara Web - 24

9.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Secure 3-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

3

months

Secure Green 3-month

/ kWh

3

months

Secure 6-month

4.7¢

/ kWh

6

months

Secure 9-month

4.6¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure Green 9-month

4.9¢

/ kWh

9

months

Secure 12-month

6.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure Green 12-month

6.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Secure 18-month

5.8¢

/ kWh

18

months

Secure Green 18-month

6.1¢

/ 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

6.3¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure Green 36-month

6.3¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Hello

6.3¢

/ kWh

36

months

36 mo Nest Rate

6.3¢

/ kWh

36

months

Secure 48-month

6.2¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure Green 48-month

6.2¢

/ kWh

48

months

Secure 60-month

6.1¢

/ kWh

60

months

Secure Green 60 month

6.1¢

/ kWh

60

months

Amazing 18

7.6¢

/ kWh

18

months

Fantastic Fixed 6

8.3¢

/ kWh

6

months

Terrific 12

7.5¢

/ kWh

12

months

Tremendous 24

7.2¢

/ kWh

24

months

Green Texas 12

7.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

Live Brighter 36

6.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

Power on Command 24

7.1¢

/ kWh

24

months

Live Brighter™ 12

7.1¢

/ kWh

12

months

Weekends on Command 24

7.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Frontier NHF 12+

6.8¢

/ kWh

12

months

Fantastic 12 Green+

6.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 6+

6.9¢

/ kWh

6

months

Light Saver 12+

6.7¢

/ kWh

12

months

Light Saver 24+

7.1¢

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 12

6.2¢

/ kWh

12

months

Eagle 24

/ kWh

24

months

Eagle 36

5.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

You Got This™ 12

6.9¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This™ 24

6.9¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This 36

6.9¢

/ kWh

36

months

You Got This Green 12

7.3¢

/ kWh

12

months

You Got This Green 24

7.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

You Got This™ Free Weekends 24

7.3¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 9 Autopay

9.2¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12 Autopay

9.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24 Autopay

9.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6 Autopay

9.7¢

/ kWh

6

months

Smart Power 9

9.2¢

/ kWh

9

months

Smart Power 12

9.4¢

/ kWh

12

months

Smart Power 24

9.5¢

/ kWh

24

months

Smart Power 6

9.7¢

/ kWh

6

months

Texas Refresh 12

5.1¢

/ kWh

12

months

Texas Refresh 24

7.7¢

/ kWh

24

months

/ kWh

months

A strong farming community, Pasadena, Texas began to grow around 1894 after the construction of several railroads including, Houston, La Porte, and Northern Railroad. In 1900, when a hurricane destroyed most of the crops in the area, the farmers received a boost. The American Red Cross purchased 1.5 million strawberry plants and shortly after, the city established itself as the strawberry capital of the region. The farmers then started to planted other fruits and vegetables including, cucumbers, flowers, cantaloupe and cape jasmine.

By the 1930s, Pasadena started to move away from an agriculture and farming based economy to an industrial based economy. This shift helped to generate and grow a much larger population. For example, near the start of World War II, the city had a population of 3,436. After the war, the population exploded to reach 22,483, and by 1993 Pasadena had approximately 2,147 businesses. Today, the city is home to the annual Strawberry Festival, many city run parks and renown education programs and institutions.

Pasadena Electricity Providers

Retail electricity providers entered the Texas electricity market in 2002. Prior to their arrival, utilities were responsible for all elements of electricity from customer service all the way to generation. This structure prevented competition from establishing itself in the market. Customers had no choice but to stick with the rates they paid for their business and residential energy.

When electricity providers were given the opportunity to establish themselves in Texas, a competitive market followed. Customers in 85% of the state now have the option to choose their REP from many of the Public Utility Commission’s certified companies. A customer’s freedom to choose any REP means that these companies need to make sure that they offer the best possible rates, services and products. If they don’t, they risk loosing or attracting customers to other REPs.

In Pasadena, electricity customers have many REPs to choose from, including:

When searching for an REP in Pasadena, it’s important to understand that not all areas of the state are deregulated. There are companies out there, like Electric Choice, that aggregate REP plan and product information based on ZIP code. Entering your ZIP code will help you to determine the REPs that service your area.

Pasadena’s Energy Industry

The city is very active in the energy industry, primarily in the field of petroleum and gas exploration, solar panel manufacturing, petroleum refining, and petrochemical processing. One major company with headquarters in Pasadena is the Pasadena Refining System.

Other Major Industries in Pasadena

Education – There are many educational institutions in Pasadena including, San Jacinto College and University of Houston–Clear Lake. The Texas Chiropractic College was founded in 1908, which makes it the 4th oldest chiropractic institution in the United States. The school is considered to be a pioneer in the field of integrated Health Care, and has maintained numerous accreditations over its many years of operation.

Shipping – Pasadena’s industrial economy is boosted by the Houston Ship Channel and the Bayport shipping terminal.

Aerospace – Clear Lake Area is very close to Pasadena, where NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center is located.

There are several companies in Pasadena that employ a significant number of people. The city’s biggest employers include,

Quick Pasadena Stats

There are many different demographics available for Pasadena, which helps to paint a broader picture of the city. Some of these demographics include:

Total Population (2015): 153,784
Land Area: 115.3 kilometers squared
Median Household Income: $46,157
Housing Units: 53,899
Median Age: 30.1
Cost of Living: 86 (U.S. average is 100)
Number of Parks: 43

Did You Know?

There’s more to know about Pasadena than the median age of its citizens. This 19th largest Texan city has several other interesting and fun facts including,

Pasadena Major Utilities

Utilities still remain an important entity in how residential and commercial customers get electricity. In an energy deregulated market, utilities allow REPs to handle the supply of electricity, but are still responsible for the delivery and maintenance of poles and wires. A utility that provide these services in Pasadena includes,

TXU Energy 1 800-818-6132

If you are experiencing an electricity related emergency such as downed wires or poles, please contact your utility. Service providers typically do not handle these situations.