Eden Electric Plans
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Located east of San Angelo in Concho County, the people of Eden, Texas prides themselves to be strong willed, caring, fun loving, and tough. As of 2010, the population was estimated to be around 93,200 making it the largest of the four towns in Concho County. The summer is hot and humid, and generally mild to cool winters. Due to continuous usage of air conditioning systems during the hot months, energy bills begin to rise. Eden’s humid subtropical climate makes it essential to finding the optimum energy provider for your household.
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Eden Electricity Rates and Power Plans
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With Texas deregulation laws, the energy market has many choices when it comes to your electric plan. Regardless of the electric company you choose, your local utility will continue to deliver your electricity. In North Texas Oncor is responsible for regulated electric transmission and distribution to nearly 10 million customers.
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Choosing the Best Eden Electricity Company
In Eden, consumers have a choice of either fixed rate or variable rate pricing. Both options have their advantages for controlling your electricity bill, but choosing the one that’s right for you may take some research.
Fixed Rate Electricity Plans
Fixed rate electricity contracts have terms with a minimum of at least 3 months but could extend to as much 36 months. During the contract, the unit price of Eden electricity will stay the same — with a few exceptions.
Variable Rate Electricity Plans
On a variable rate electricity plan, your price per kWh will fluctuate based on wholesale electricity prices. When the price of Eden energy goes down, you’ll pay less, but your rates will increase if the prices go up. Variable rate contracts are month-to-month, so there are no long commitments or fees for terminating the contract.