Compare Electricity Providers in Abilene Texas
The hand-picked Abilene electricity companies provided to you by our team of specialists all offer you low-cost electric services to make it easy for you to find an affordable provider in Abilene, Texas. These electricity providers can offer you savings of 25% or more as well as real-time management tools and convenient payment options. When you want lower bills and friendly customer service, then you need to look at our affordable electric pricing comparison charts and see what our providers can offer you.
Please note that when considering your Abilene electric service provider that those providers with lower rates tend to have higher credit requirements than the original incumbent retail electric providers. As a result, you may be required to maintain a small deposit of $175 or more for six to twelve months. All of our electricity service companies offer electricity same day service with a digital meter terms and condition apply.
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Abilene Electricity Rate Guide
Abilene Electric rates are for comparison purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Customer pricing will be final only after signing an electric provider’s service agreement. Not all of the cities in our service areas have electric choices and our pricing is based on area rates.
The average price per kWh is displayed for each of our retail electric providers are on 1,000or 2000 kWh per month usage. It is inclusive of fixed and variable local charges. The price disclosed for each retail electric provider is an example based on average usage patterns. Your actual average price for electric service will vary according to your actual electricity usage.
Abilene electricity rates are gathered from the “Electricity Facts Label” of each retail electric provider. Please note that electricity service offers can be fixed or variable and that a variable rate may change throughout your contract. A fixed-rate, however, is guaranteed for the term of a contract.