Tyler Electricity Rates, Plans and Energy Providers

Energy Companies, Rates, Plans and Power Outage Info in Tyler

Electricity Companies in Tyler, Texas: Energy rates in Texas are steadily increasing, so it’s a good idea to lock in a cheap rate soon. In Tyler, you can compare energy plans to find the best electricity providers and discounted energy rates for your house on Home Energy Club, or you can use the rate tables below.

You can also view Tyler power outage information and outage maps below, or on our Oncor Electric page.

For expert and personal help to reduce your electricity bill, call the provider phone numbers below.

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Tyler TX Energy Plans & Rates

{total} Gexa Energy Plans & Rates

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} Pulse Power Plans & Rates

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

Speak with a Pulse Power operator directly in English or Spanish at 888-853-4219.

Call Pulse (888-853-4219)

{total} Reliant Energy Plans & Rates

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} TriEagle Energy Plans & Rates

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

Enter your zip to enroll online or call TriEagle Energy directly to help you choose a plan at 888-996-4602.

Call TriEagle (888-996-4602)

What is a good rate per kWh in Tyler?

For the past several years electricity rates in Texas have dipped to as low as 5 cents per kWh. Depending on your plan details, your zip code, and seasonal pricing fluctuations, the rate can sometimes be 15 cents per kWh or more. Home Energy Club uses its bargaining power to offer its members special discounted rates from the top light companies in Texas, and the membership is free.

Tyler Power Outage and Electricity Service Info

Oncor Electric is the transmission and distribution utility company (TDU) in the Tyler area. No matter which energy provider you choose in Tyler, Oncor will deliver your electricity and correct outages. See our power outage instructions below.

Choose from vetted electricity plans at discounted rates on Home Energy Club. Here are the four quick steps:

  • Enter your zip code on our home page, or call the special provider numbers to begin.
  • Explore the available energy plans in your area using our filters to focus on the ones you want.
  • Once you’ve found the perfect fit for your home, sign up with our pain-free enrollment process.
  • Relax knowing our TrustPlan™ vetting process helps find and cut pricing gimmicks so you won’t get hurt by a big bill surprise.

Residential Electricity Service in Tyler TX

When you move to Tyler, you need to take actions to get residential electricity service:

  • Electricity Meter: Almost all homes have a Smart Meter installed. If your home does not have a meter yet, call Oncor at 888-313-4747 and request an Electric Service Identifier number (ESI ID).
  • Energy Provider: Check discounted electricity rates for your home from top brands on Home Energy Club. Enroll in a plan from an energy provider and Oncor Electric will begin delivering electricity on the start date you chose.

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Tyler Electricity Power Outages, Map, and Phone Numbers

If you’re experiencing a Tyler power outage, you can use the information below to take action.

Tyler (Texas) Power Outages

In the event of a power outage in Tyler, you should call the TDU rather than the electric company. In the Tyler area, the TDU is Oncor Electric. You can report a power outage by contacting the Oncor power outage hotline at 888-313-4747.

Tyler Energy Outage Map and Outage Tracker

In Tyler, your TDU is Oncor Electric. Below you will find power outage information.

Oncor Storm Center Power Outage Map

As the transmission and distribution utility company (TDU, or TDSP) for the Tyler area, Oncor addresses power outages, checks meters, and provides maintenance on the city’s electrical infrastructure. The company services more than 10 million customers and its Oncor Storm Center provides a variety of information to help you track power outages in your region.

The Oncor Storm Center Outage Map allows you to:

  • View the map based on your location, county and zip code for a more detailed view of power outages in the area
  • Sign up for alerts to receive power outage information by email, text, and phone call
  • Review the number of outages in your vicinity by city, county and zip code
  • View the number of customers experiencing a power outage in each area as indicated by the following legend:

Best Weather Sites in Tyler, Maps and Alerts

Ratings & Reviews of Tyler Energy Companies

Reviews of Energy Company Services in Tyler: It’s important to learn as much as you can about an electricity provider before you make the switch. Check out our Texas Electricity Companies Reviews page to find customer ratings and reviews for the top energy providers in Texas.

To start searching for the best power company near you, submit your zip code.

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Tyler Business Electricity Quotes

In Tyler, setting up energy for a business is quick and easy on Home Energy Club. You can start by viewing business electricity rates and requesting a custom quote for your company.

Helpful Information About Tyler

Tyler TX is located about 100 miles from Dallas and is a part of Smith county. Tyler is known for being the “Rose Capital of America” due to being one of the largest rose bush providers in the nation.

Local Tyler Businesses Can Help You Cut Your Energy Bill

Below you will find various companies that provide services that can help reduce your energy bill.

HVAC Service: This local business offers heating, ventilation, and air conditioning services.

Attic Insulation: This Tyler company can install energy-saving attic insulation in your home.

LED Light Bulbs: This local outlet will allow you to buy low-energy LED light bulbs in Tyler.

Chamber of Commerce in Tyler, Texas

Address: 315 N Broadway Ave STE 100, Tyler, TX 75702

Phone: 903-592-1661



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You should always read a plan’s EFL details to decide if it’s a fit for you, but our system does the tedious math to help you compare estimated costs. Of course, your future bill amounts will depend on your future usage.

You will find a widget on Home Energy Club which fetches your home’s energy usage data from Smart Meter Texas (SMT) and runs calculations of the rate structures of energy plans to help you conveniently estimate the cost of energy plans you are considering, based on your prior 12 months of energy usage as reported by SMT.

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