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Last updated 06/08/2022

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Shop electricity rates in Cedar Hill

In 2002, Texas deregulated its electricity industry, which created a healthy competitive environment among all electricity suppliers statewide. That’s good news for residents of Cedar Hill, who now have the power to choose retail electric providers. But finding Cedar Hill electric prices can be overwhelming, which is how can help. 

We show you providers and plans available in Cedar Hill and help you sort through them to find the one that’s right for you. Oncor Electric is the utility provider in Cedar Hill—the company that transmits and distributes electricity, no matter the supplier.

Enter your ZIP code above to see what providers have to offer in your area!

Electricity prices in Cedar Hill could go up! Lock in a cheap electricity rate today.

Texas electricity prices fluctuate throughout the year and are affected by many factors, including seasons. Lock in a lower rate by buying at an off-peak time.

In 2020, the average for residential Texas electricity rates is 11.86 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh). Right now, the lowest Texas rate in the SaveOnEnergy marketplace is 6.3¢/kWh.

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Residential customers can research Cedar Hill electric rates by entering their ZIP code on Once you’ve added your ZIP code, you can discover which energy supply plans are available in Cedar Hill and compare offers from different electricity companies in the area. Pick a plan, and the provider will do the rest. It’s that simple!

Green energy in Cedar Hill

Texas is at the front of the pack when it comes to green energy. The Lone Star State ranks No. 1 in the U.S. in wind energy generation, in fact, far surpassing all other states. The state also boasts a top-5 ranking in solar generation. In short, if you’re interested in green energy in Cedar Hill, you’re in luck.

Most providers in Cedar Hill offer at least some renewable energy. How much can be found as a percentage in the plan’s “Electricity Facts Label.” 

These providers in Cedar Hill offer only renewable energy plans: Iberdrola Texas, Gexa Energy, Green Mountain Energy, and Chariot Energy.

Do you own a business in Cedar Hill?

If you’re a business owner in Cedar Hill, you also can select your energy provider–and save some money while you’re at it. SaveOnEnergy business energy experts are on call to help design a plan specially for small or commercial businesses in Cedar Hill. 

Finding the right energy plan for your Cedar Hill business is easy. Just fill out this form to speak with a SaveOnEnergy expert.

Power outage? Contact Oncor.

To report an outage, contact Oncor using one of the methods below.

  • FAQs
  • Email:
  • Chat with a live agent
  • General inquiries: 1-888.313.6862
  • Outages: 1-888.313.4747

Not sure what kind of energy plan will work for your home?

Where should you begin? 

In the SaveOnEnergy learning center, you’ll find helpful tips on how to pick an energy plan and more for your home. SaveOnEnergy experts are on stand-by to answer all of your questions about Cedar Hill electricity rates. Call today!

Energy providers and utility companies in Cedar Hill.

A utility is the company responsible for delivering electricity to your home. Utilities also maintain electrical equipment, so you should call them when you have a power outage. 

That energy comes from providers, which generate or buy the energy transmitted by the utility, in this case Oncor, so it can be delivered to your home. 


The Cedar Hill utility is Oncor. Contact Oncor to report an outage, downed power lines or other damaged infrastructure.

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