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Business electricity rates
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- Business electricity quote form
- Commercial electricity prices
- Switching business electricity companies in Texas
Get the lowest rates to power your business.
As a Texas businesses owner, you have a choice when it comes to your electricity provider. Take control of the energy budget to power your business with fixed-rate pricing. We’ll handle finding the cheapest electricity rate for you.
ComparePower bridges the gap between you and energy companies by inviting over 30 energy providers to compete for your business in a sealed bid process. Fill out the quotation form up top and get started today.
When energy companies compete, you save.
Business Electricity Rates for Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Corpus Christi and all over the Lone Star state.
As the largest state in the continental U.S., it’s no surprise that Texas ranks among the Top 5 states for small business ownership. The state prides itself on business-friendly regulations, smart spending and low taxes. In fact, in 2018 Texas claimed the top spot in CNBC’s Top State for Business rankings.
Texas has become a thriving place for many small to mid-sized companies with over 2.2 million small businesses calling Texas home. Having added more than 350,000 jobs in the past year, it is clear that business in Texas is thriving.
Retail electricity providers compete for your small business electricity needs. ComparePower saves you time by letting you compare the rates of dozens of Texas business energy suppliers.
Commercial Electricity Rate Quotes
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Compare commercial electricity rates in Texas and start saving on commercial electricity for your large business each and every month.
In Texas, you have the power to choose a commercial electricity company that best fits your business’ budget. Energy deregulation and electric choice in the state have created a competitive environment that gives Texas businesses an opportunity to cut energy-related costs.
Home to some of America’s most important publicly traded companies, including giants like AT&T, ExxonMobil, and Dell, Texas boasts some of the nation’s largest privately-held companies, including supermarket operator H-E-B, Neiman Marcus Group, and Hunt Oil.
Switching business electricity companies in Texas
Switching is good. Market conditions are always changing, so it is essential to shop for a lower rate every year when your contract is about to expire.
Your existing electricity provider will normally raise your electricity rate once your contract expires. If you do not take action, you’ll be left on a month-to-month rate that is significantly more than the plan you signed up.
Before renewing your contract make sure to check the rates of competing electricity companies.
Switching can save you hundreds or thousands of dollars each year on your electricity bill.
Switching is easy! Realize the following benefits when switching electricity providers:
- There is no cost to switch providers
- You don’t have to contact your current company to cancel (no “break-up call”)
- No one comes to your business
- There is no disruption in your electricity service
- It takes just minutes
- Could lead to considerable savings
When you decide to switch, your new electricity company will take care of everything for you including terminating service with your previous provider.
Your lights stay on when you switch. Electricity in Texas is all delivered by the Oncor Transmission and Distribution Utility.
The wires and poles that deliver electricity to your home do not change when you switch energy providers. Therefore the reliability of your service is not affected.
You can pick any date within 14 days of your contract expiration date without an “early termination” fee. Texas law protects you here.
If you’re still under contract, find out how many months remain on your contract. You can set a future start date with most providers up to 6o days in advance.
And even if you’re well inside your contract, savings achieved on your monthly bill by switching companies may outweigh the fee to break your existing contract.
For help with this, you can fill out the quotation form up top, and one of our professional team members will contact you to explore solutions.