Abilene Electricity Rates, Plans, and Energy Providers

Electricity Companies in Abilene, Texas: In Abilene, citizens can choose their own electricity company. Home Energy Club helps you find the best electricity rates, and we vet each plan using our TrustPlan™ process to help eliminate bill surprises. Enter your zip code or call the energy provider numbers below to compare rates.

Reviews of Electric Companies: Reading electricity provider reviews is an excellent way to find trustworthy companies that can offer cheap electricity rates in Abilene. Check out our electric companies reviews page for Texas.

You can find Abilene power outage information and outage maps at our Centerpoint Energy page.


Abilene Energy Plans & Rates

{total} Gexa Energy Plans & Rates for Oncor Serviced Homes

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
  • These rates are for Oncor service areas.
  • Pricing shown is based on an exact usage of 1000 kWh.

Speak with Gexa for cheap rates with a 60-Day “Happiness Guarantee” at 855-639-8212 (mention code “GexaTX” for discount).

Call Gexa (855-639-8212)

{total} Reliant Plans & Rates for Oncor Serviced Homes

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
  • These rates are for Oncor service areas.
  • Pricing shown is based on an exact usage of 1000 kWh.

Speak with a Reliant Energy operator directly in English or Spanish at 833-339-0416.

Call Reliant (833-339-0416)

{total} Gexa Energy Plans & Rates for AEP North Serviced Homes

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
  • These rates are for Oncor service areas.
  • Pricing shown is based on an exact usage of 1000 kWh.

Speak with Gexa for cheap rates with a 60-Day “Happiness Guarantee” at 855-639-8212 (mention code “GexaTX” for discount).

Call Gexa (855-639-8212)

{total} Reliant Plans & Rates for AEP North Serviced Homes

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
  • These rates are for Oncor service areas.
  • Pricing shown is based on an exact usage of 1000 kWh.

Speak with a Reliant Energy operator directly in English or Spanish at 833-339-0416.

Call Reliant (833-339-0416)

Centerpoint Energy Move-in and Abilene Power Outage

In the Abilene area, Centerpoint Energy is the primary transmission and distribution utility (TDU). Regardless of the energy provider you choose, Centerpoint is the TDU that delivers the electricity to your home. Learn more about special discount electricity rates, power outage maps and phone numbers, and moving your service to a new home below.

Residential Electricity Service in Abilene

Electric companies require several items when customers choose and enroll in a home energy plan:

  • Current driver’s license or state-issued ID
  • Your Social Security number
  • Refundable deposit (for customers with low credit scores)

Energy providers require deposits for consumers with low credit scores, but some companies offer prepaid no-deposit electricity plans that do not require a credit check. Check discounted energy rates for your residential area from top companies on Home Energy Club. When you enroll in a plan, Centerpoint Energy will deliver your electricity on the start date you set.

Move-in, Move-out, and Transfer Service

Are you planning a move into or out of Abilene? Get in touch with your current electricity provider to stop or transfer your service, and you can compare rates from all top providers for your new home on Home Energy Club.

Many providers allow you to cancel your plan when you move from your home with no early termination fee. You may be able to move your service with you to your new home, as long as your electricity provider serves the area in which you’ll be living.

Check energy rates to find the cheapest plan in your new zip code.

Abilene Electricity Power Outages, Map, and Phone Numbers

Below you will find convenient links for Centerpoint Energy power outages and severe weather information.

Abilene (Texas) Power Outages

In the event of an Abilene power outage, call Centerpoint Energy’s power outage number at 800-332-7143. You can also view the Centerpoint Outage Tracker Map, which provides a local map and the status of electric outages at the street level. Check our power outage phone guide for numbers.

Abilene Energy Outage Map and Outage Tracker

As the TDU in the Abilene area, Centerpoint Energy corrects power outages, checks meters, and maintains the electric infrastructure. Centerpoint Energy serves more than 2 million customers and has its Centerpoint Electric Outage Center provide a range of information. With the Centerpoint Energy Outage Tracking Map, you can:

  • Enter your street and intersection for a more detailed view of local power outages.
  • Sign up to receive power outage alerts by text, email, and phone call.
  • Filter the number of planned and unplanned outages by city, county, and zip code.

Best Weather Sites in Abilene Maps and Alerts

Ratings and Reviews of Abilene Electric Companies

Home Energy Club collects reviews from dozens of electricity companies in Texas to give you the information to compare energy plans in your area.

We gather customer satisfaction information from a range of independent review websites, including the State of Texas Public Utility Commission Complaints Stats and the Better Business Bureau. We use this third-party data to calculate our Home Energy Club customer ratings. Find these ratings on the Home Energy Club reviews page.

To start searching for the best electricity company near you, enter your zip code on this page.

Abilene Business Electricity Quotes

If you own or operate an Abilene business, setting up your commercial energy plan is simple with Home Energy Club. Get started by reviewing business electricity rates and request a custom quote for your business.

Helpful Information About Abilene

Abilene is located west of the Dallas-Fort Worth region in Texas. During World War II, Abilene housed the U.S. Army base, Camp Barkeley. More than 1 million soldiers passed through its gates. Today, Abilene is known as the commercial, medical, retail, and transportation center of the 19-county area known as “The Big Country.” Locals sometimes call the Abilene area the “Texas Midwest” because of its central location.

Local Abilene Businesses That Can Help You Reduce Your Energy Bill

HVAC service: The following providers offer air conditioning, heating, and ventilation services:

Attic insulation: These businesses in Abilene can get your home energy-efficient with thermal attic insulation:

LED light bulbs: Discover several Abilene businesses that sell energy-saving LED light bulbs:

Business Organizations in Abilene

Address: 174 Cypress St., Suite 200, Abilene, TX 79601
Phone: 325-677-7241

Address: 1333 W. Loop South, Suite 1200, Houston, TX 77027
Phone: 713-868-9500

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations and Dealers in Abilene

Many Texas citizens are opting for greener transportation with lower emissions by driving electric vehicles. EVs can help save on fuel costs and energy, and reduce emissions. If you’re thinking of making the switch to electric, visit one of the following dealers in the Abilene area:

Mfg and EV ModelFind Abilene DealerTop Reviewed DealershipPhone NumberLocation
Tesla: Tesla Model 3LocateTesla682-707-49515154 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76109
Ford: Ford FusionLocateArrow Ford, Inc.833-885-06914001 S. First St., Abilene, TX 79605
Chevrolet: Chevrolet BoltLocateLawrence Hall Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac877-337-14081385 S. Danville Drive, Abilene, TX 79605

Abilene Electricity Frequently Asked Questions

Who has the cheapest electricity rates in Abilene?

Review HomeEnergyClub.com to find the cheapest rates for Abilene light companies. Currently, there are three energy providers with the lowest electricity rates:

What are the best electric companies (light companies) in Abilene?

Throughout Texas, the following are the best-rated electric companies:

Be sure to check the reviews on HomeEnergyClub.com for more customer comments and honest reviews on all the top power companies in your area.

What is a good rate per kWh in Abilene?

Electricity rates in Abilene have dropped to as low as 5 cents per kWh over the last several years. Depending on your energy plan, zip code, and seasonal price fluctuations, the rates can sometimes cost 15 cents per kWh or more. Home Energy Club uses its bargaining power to give its members special discounted energy rates from top electric companies throughout Texas.

Where can I compare electricity companies in Abilene?

HomeEnergyClub.com provides customers with an easy way to compare electricity companies. The comparison site also gains special discounts on energy rates by using its bargaining power with energy providers. This service vets Texas energy plans to eliminate surprises on your bill using TrustPlan™ and makes it a simple process to enroll.

  • Enter your zip code to get electricity rates for your area.
  • Use the guides to choose the energy plan that’s right for you.
  • Review the discounted rates, which are available through the club’s bargaining abilities with Texas energy providers.
  • Thanks to the TrustPlan™, you can have peace of mind with the club’s vetting process to find and cut pricing gimmicks.

Where can I find objective electric company reviews and ratings in Abilene?

To find the most objective reviews of electric companies, check the Home Energy Club review pages. The following sites are also some of the trustworthy and informative sources that the club uses when creating its provider ratings:

  • Better Business Bureau (BBB)
  • Google Reviews
  • State of Texas Complaints Site
  • Yelp Reviews

Why is my Abilene energy bill so high?

Use HomeEnergyClub.com to make side-by-side plan comparisons to avoid signing up for a gimmicky energy plan. If you’re experiencing higher rates than usual on your energy bill, the following could be common reasons:

  • Expired fixed-price plans: When fixed-rate plans expire, providers often place homeowners on a high-price plan. You’ll want to know your plan termination date so you can switch plans before the contract end date.
  • Increased energy rates: Many variable-rate plans often come with rate fluctuations.
  • Efficiency issues: Energy rates can increase due to low home efficiency. Adequate insulation and seals on windows and exterior doorways can help reduce energy efficiency loss and lower your bill.
  • Seasonal changes: Variable rate plans often experience fluctuations in energy rates during different seasons and high-demand times.
  • Energy use doesn’t fit your plan: Energy plan rates are based on specific energy usage levels. If you have a small condo but choose a plan for a large house, your bill could be higher.



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