Dallas Best Electricity Rates, Plans, Energy Providers

Electricity in Dallas: Enter your zip code to compare the cheapest electric service providers in Dallas who offer trusted plans. You’ll find some offering the best rates in Dallas.

Reviews of Electric Suppliers: It’s important to learn details about Dallas’ deregulated electric companies before you make the switch. Check out our Texas Reviews page to find reviews and ratings.


Electricity Plans & Rates For Dallas

9 Gexa Energy Plans & Rates

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
Gexa Eco Saver Plus 1212 Months12.7 ¢/kWh
Gexa Eco Saver Plus 2424 Months12.7 ¢/kWh
Gexa EV 2424 Months14.8 ¢/kWh
Gexa Energy Saver 2424 Months18.4 ¢/kWh
Gexa Saver Freedom 3636 Months18.6 ¢/kWh
Gexa Eco Saver Lite 1212 Months20.7 ¢/kWh
Gexa Eco Saver Advantage 1212 Months21.7 ¢/kWh
Gexa Eco Saver Premier 1212 Months21.9 ¢/kWh
Gexa Eco Saver Premier 2424 Months21.9 ¢/kWh
  • *Rates as of 05/23/2024 at 07:02 PM. Based on 1000 kWh in Oncor zone. Enter your zip code above for rates in your area.

Call Gexa (855-639-8212)

8 4Change Energy Plans & Rates

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
4Change - Maxx Saver Select 1212 Months12.7 ¢/kWh
4Change - Maxx Saver Select 2424 Months12.7 ¢/kWh
4Change - Charitable Saver 1212 Months13.2 ¢/kWh
4Change - Cash Money 1212 Months14.9 ¢/kWh
4Change - One Rate 2424 Months16.4 ¢/kWh
4Change - One Rate 1212 Months17 ¢/kWh
4Change - Power Maxx Saver 1212 Months19.7 ¢/kWh
4Change - Power Maxx Saver 2424 Months19.7 ¢/kWh
  • *Rates as of 05/23/2024 at 07:02 PM. Based on 1000 kWh in Oncor zone. Enter your zip code above for rates in your area.

Call 4Change (888-366-7291)

8 Frontier Energy Plans & Rates

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
Frontier - Frontier Saver Plus 1212 Months12.7 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Frontier Saver Plus 2424 Months12.7 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Smart Budget 2424 Months16.8 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Smart Budget 3636 Months17.1 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Smart Budget 1212 Months17.6 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Frontier Saver Value 1212 Months20.6 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Frontier Saver Premier 1212 Months21.9 ¢/kWh
Frontier - Frontier Saver Premier 2424 Months21.9 ¢/kWh
  • *Rates as of 05/23/2024 at 07:02 PM. Based on 1000 kWh in Oncor zone. Enter your zip code above for rates in your area.

Call Frontier (855-782-8379)

6 Reliant Energy Plans & Rates

Plan NamePlan LengthRate
Reliant - Conservation 2424 Months15.5 ¢/kWh
Reliant - Basic Power 2424 Months15.8 ¢/kWh
Reliant - Conservation 1212 Months15.9 ¢/kWh
Reliant - Basic Power 1212 Months16.2 ¢/kWh
Reliant - Truly Free Weekends 100% Solar 1212 Months17.8 ¢/kWh
Reliant - Truly Free Nights 100% Solar 1212 Months18.2 ¢/kWh
  • *Rates as of 05/23/2024 at 07:02 PM. Based on 1000 kWh in Oncor zone. Enter your zip code above for rates in your area.

Call Reliant (866-735-1218)

Average Energy Rates in Dallas

Dallas benefits from a deregulated energy market, offering residents the freedom to choose from competing Texas electricity providers, rather than being tied to a monopoly with high rates and poor customer service.

The average residential rate in Texas is about 14 cents/kWh. The national average is about 16 cents/kWh.

Move-in, Move-out, and Transfer

Oncor Electric Delivery serves as the transmission and distribution utility company (TDU) for the Dallas area. While you have the freedom to choose your electric service in Dallas, Oncor manages the Dallas electricity wires and lines and corrects power outages, ensuring service to your property.

Move-in, Move-out, and Transfer Service

If you’re relocating to or from Dallas, contact customer service for your current electricity provider to cancel your plan. If you’re moving out of the deregulated area, you can cancel your service without incurring an Early Termination Fee (ETF).  If your electricity provider also operates in your new city, you have the option to transfer your service.

Switching Electricity Providers

Should you decide to switch energy providers, you can enroll in a plan with a different provider in just minutes on Home Energy Club. However, be cautious of ETFs if you switch plans for your current home before your contract end date.

The Electricity Facts Label (EFL) associated with each plan explains the fee you’ll be charged if you cancel early. In some cases, switching to a plan with a much lower fixed rate might offset the early termination fee, but it’s crucial to do the math beforehand.

By waiting until 14 days before your current contract expires, you can avoid the fee. Additionally, you can often enroll in a plan weeks or months ahead of the start date to secure the advertised rate at that time.

For more helpful information, see our guide on moving to Texas.

Energy Providers in Dallas

Home Energy Club collects reviews and customer satisfaction data related to all established providers servicing Dallas from a combination of independent review sites, the State of Texas Public Utility Commission Complaints Stats, the Better Business Bureau and other sources. The ratings can be found on our reviews page and Texas energy providers’ pages.

Phone Number
Energy Rates
Amigo Energy
Champion Energy
Chariot Energy
Cirro Energy
Constellation Energy
Direct Energy
Discount Power
Energy Texas
Express Energy
4Change Energy
Flagship Power
Frontier Utilities
Gexa Energy
Green Mountain Energy
New Power Texas
713 537-3000
Just Energy
Payless Power
Pulse Power
Reliant Energy
Rhythm Energy
Tara Energy
TriEagle Energy
TXU Energy
Veteran Energy
Compare Dallas electricity plans vetted to prevent billing surprises

No-Deposit Electricity Plans in Dallas

For individuals seeking prepaid energy service without upfront deposits, credit checks, or long-term contracts, no-deposit electricity plans offer a convenient option. Some facts about these prepaid plans include:

  • Pay-as-you-go arrangement
  • Rates may vary on a monthly basis
  • Cancellation is typically possible without termination fees
  • These plans often have higher-than-average rates due to credit risks

There are a few energy suppliers specializing in no deposit prepaid electricity plans who offer trustworthy plans at more affordable rates. You’ll find vetted prepaid plans from reputable providers in Dallas such as Payless Power.

Dallas Business Electricity Plans

Whether you’re running a small business or a large corporation, Home Energy Club can assist you in finding a service contract that cuts your rate and meets your needs.

We only get quotes from the most trusted providers, considering factors such as their history in servicing clients, complaint statistics with the Public Service Commission, billing practices, renewable energy options, and fairness of terms of service.

To request a rate quote, visit our Texas Business Electricity info page.

Dallas Power Outages, Map, and Phone Numbers

If you experience an electric service interruption in Dallas, contact Oncor Electric Delivery. You can call 888-313-4747, text OUT to 66267, or use the MyOncor app and select “Report an Outage.”

Outage Map and Tracker

As the utility service for Dallas, Oncor handles power outages and maintenance of the city’s electrical infrastructure. The electricity grid map allows Dallas residents to:

  • View a detailed map highlighting electric service problems across Texas
  • Report power outages in Dallas and surrounding cities
  • Sign up for alerts to receive notifications about local power grid problems
  • View the number of active outages, affected customers, and customers served.

About Dallas

Website for the City of Dallas

Google Map to Dallas City Hall

Local Dallas Businesses that Can Help You Reduce Your Energy Bill

Dallas air conditioner businesses who sell and install energy-efficient A/C units and smart thermostats:

  • Cody & Sons Plumbing, Heating & Air (BBB Rated “A+): (214) 225-9116
  • Aire Texas (BBB Rated “A+”): (972) 833-8005

Dallas attic insulation services that provide quality, high R-Value blown-in insulation to help you cut energy costs:

  • Energy Attic (BBB Rated “A+”): (972) 548-0088
  • American Eagle Builders Supply Inc. (BBB Rated “A+”): (800) 788-3245

Local Dallas window installation operations that sell energy-efficient windows:

Local Dallas electricians that repair energy-efficient lighting and/or appliances (such as Google Nest):

View Electricity Prices for Cities Near Dallas

Looking for a cheap energy price in another city? Find your city below and click to for area-specific electricity rate information or simply enter your zip code on this page.

Addison Allen Arlington
Carrollton Coppell Fort Worth
Frisco Grand Prairie Grapevine
Irving Lewisville McKinney
Mesquite Plano Richardson
Rockwall Round Rock

Helpful Articles for Energy Comparison

Below are more helpful guides to ensure you choose the right electricity plan for your home in Dallas.

Find in-depth information for other municipalities on our Texas Cities Electricity page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who has the cheapest energy rates in Dallas?

We have have the top three most trusted electric providers that currently offer the cheapest rates in Dallas:

    • Gexa Energy (855-639-8212): Bill credit, 60-day guarantee, and low rates
    • Frontier Utilities (855-782-8379): Bill credit and low fixed rates 
    • TriEagle Energy (888-380-4813): An affiliate of TXU Energy, offers low gimmick-free rates

What is a good rate per kWh in Dallas?

An electricity rate in the 12 to 13 cents per kWh average range is currently a good rate in Dallas. However, seasonal variations are normal and prices may drop below 10 cents in winter and and then rise again in summer.

Natural gas commodity prices are the biggest driver of electricity rates in Texas. Generally, now is a good time to consider enrolling for 24 or 36 months so that you can lock in fixed rates before natural gas prices significantly increase, which they are projected to do in the next 12 months. Recovering commodity prices will naturally result in higher power generation costs and increases in residential rates. 

Why is my Dallas energy bill so high?

You can reduce your chances of receiving high energy bills in Dallas with the vetting process and objective ratings and reviews at Home Energy Club. Tricky gimmick plans have already been eliminated before you do a side-by-side comparison of energy plans on the site. Unexpectedly high electricity bills also happen for other reasons, including: 

  • Your home’s electricity use is not a match with your energy plan. Many times, terrible bill surprises are the result of, for example, an apartment-dweller choosing a plan intended for large homes that use 2,000 kWh or more when the monthly usage for the apartment is actually more like 500 kWh. Be sure to review the Electricity Facts Label and read our guide to be sure your home’s level of energy usage matches the plan you select.
  • Your fixed-price plan has expired. If you are on a fixed price contract, action needs to be taken before its expiration to avoid an increase in the cost of electricity. Energy companies tend to automatically charge customers with expired plans their highest rates. The secret to avoiding this type of electricity bill surprise is to renew your plan or set up a switch to another one within 10 days before the expiration of your current plan.
  • The electric supplier has increased their rates. When you choose a variable rate plan, your rate can be increased without warning and at any time. Use caution when considering plans offering “wholesale prices” because such plans have non-fixed rates, which commonly leads to staggering electric bill spikes.
  • Other factors that can increase your energy costs include energy inefficiency in the home and three-digit feels-like temperatures in summer.




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