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- Residents and businesses in Tyler’s deregulated energy market can choose their own electricity providers and rates.
- Oncor is the utility company in Tyler, and it will handle power outages regardless of which electric provider you choose.
- Compare fixed- and variable-rate plans, no-deposit, and green energy options on the SaveOnEnergy marketplace.
Tyler energy FAQs
When you enter your ZIP code on our marketplace, you can use several filters to narrow down your search. If you are interested in a green energy plan in Tyler, click on the green energy plans box to explore available options from electric companies near you.
The answer to this depends on your energy needs. Are you searching for the cheapest electricity rate? Do you want to lock in a fixed rate, or are you comfortable with a rate that changes every month? How much energy does your household consume monthly? Answering these questions can help you identify the type of plan and provider you want.
This abbreviation stands for kilowatt-hours, the measurement electric companies use to track your energy usage. You’ll find your rate on your bill listed in cents per kWh.