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Electricity Companies and Rates in Spring, TX

Written by Jordan Smith /

Edited by Jamie Cesanek

Last updated 06/13/2024

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Key Points

  • Thanks to deregulation, Spring residents and businesses can choose their electricity providers from a variety of competing companies.
  • SaveOnEnergy can help you understand your energy plan options and compare electric rates in Spring to find the best fit.
  • As the utility company in Spring, CenterPoint Energy manages power outages in the area.

Spring energy FAQs

  • Each provider has certain features that may appeal to different customers. Some providers, like Gexa Energy, specialize in green power, while others focus on serving businesses or no-deposit options. The great thing about deregulation is that everyone can decide for themselves which provider is the best for their needs.

  • If you’re unsure how much electricity you typically use, try the SaveOnEnergy power consumption calculator to learn how to measure it. This information can be important when shopping for plans because you can secure the best electricity rates based on your usage level.

  • Electricity demand increases when temperatures climb into the 80s and 90s or drop below freezing. As power demand increases, electricity rates tend to rise as well. However, rates typically decline when the weather is more moderate, during spring and fall.

  • KWh is an abbreviation for kilowatt-hour. It’s a measurement of the amount of energy a customer uses. Power companies use kWh to calculate how much you should be charged on your electricity bill.

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