Power to choose in Texas
In Georgetown, similarly to many cities in Texas, residents have the power to choose their energy supplier. After the state approved Texas Senate Bill 7, the energy market opened to competition by allowing energy companies to offer attractive supply services. Consumers have the power to choose which company and energy supply plans work best for them.
When choosing a retail electric provider (REP), residents evaluate many things. Most residents first compare electric rates with what they're currently paying. After analyzing the competitive pricing on the market, consumers start researching providers and pinpoint which ones offer benefits they want. Each provider offers different supply plan structures, contract term lengths, customer service hours of operation, and billing and payment options.
Learn how to compare electric rates
Comparing electric rates on supply plans can be simple with the right resource at hand. SaveOnEnergy.com® is a marketplace that partners with various Texas retail electric providers to show residents the electric supply plans available to them in Georgetown.
All it takes to find energy supply plans on SaveOnEnergy.com is a ZIP code. Residents can enter their ZIP code and browse through a wide range of options, such as fixed-rate plans, long-term plans, green energy or other benefits that fit their energy needs.
It's important to be prepared for an emergency. Residents should be familiar with Oncor, their local Georgetown electric transmission and distribution service provider (TDSP), in case they experience an electrical emergency. TDSPs are responsible for responding to power outages, downed power lines and other electrical emergencies. These companies handle all aspects of delivering electricity from generation hubs to homes, apartments and businesses. In case of a power outage, call Oncor at 1-888-313-4747.