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The Power to Choose

Written by Faith Foushee/

Edited by Hannah Hillson

Last updated 02/15/2023

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Key Points

  • Residents in deregulated areas can choose their energy providers and plans
  • There are a variety of electricity providers to choose from in Texas
  • helps you easily compare, shop, and sign up for or switch energy plans

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Power to choose FAQs

  • The SaveOnEnergy marketplace makes it easy to find affordable energy plans in your area. Enter your ZIP code above to find cheap Texas electricity rates. Next, SaveOnEnergy will show you current energy prices and plans near you. From there, you can compare plans and select the best one for your home or business.

  • The Texas energy market became deregulated in 2002, giving most Texas residents the power to choose their electricity provider and plan. It can feel confusing or overwhelming to sort through all of the available providers and plans. That’s why SaveOnEnergy offers an independent, unaffiliated marketplace to easily shop and compare energy options near you at no cost.

  • is the official website of the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT). This site shows customers electric providers in their area but does not offer information about providers’ reputations or customer complaints. With SaveOnEnergy, we offer this information and empower the customer to select a provider with confidence. SaveOnEnergy also makes it easier to compare multiple plans at once and provides a wealth of expertly-written guides and resources to make your energy buying experience simple and stress-free.

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