Corpus Christi energy prices fluctuate over the course of the year. For example, consumers signing up in early spring usually pay slightly more, while December and January (mid-winter) are the most affordable times to sign up. Average energy prices in Corpus Christi have dropped over the last few years. Check out Corpus Christi energy rates to see what prices and options are currently available.
As a result, 85% of Texas power consumers (those served by a business not owned by an utility or a town cooperative) can select their electricity service from a range of retail electrical companies (resellers), or the incumbent energy company. The incumbent provider in the area still owns and preserves the regional power lines (and is the company to hire the occasion of a power blackout) and is not subject to deregulation. Customers served by cooperatives or local utilities can select an alternate electricity provider but only if they have actually “opted-in” to deregulation.
Since 2002, the majority of Texans have had to choose their own Retail Electric Provider (Gas And Electric) – the middleman that buys electricity wholesale, then sells it to you, the consumer. According to the Best Electric of Texas’ 2017 report, the Lone Star state is “the national leader in competitive residential, commercial, and industrial offerings,” which means there are well over 200 providers bidding for your attention.
If you're a renter looking for shorter plan options, there might be energy solutions in your area that range from three months to one year. On the other hand, residents who are looking to settle into a home for a longer period of time can choose plans that last for more than one year. Are you searching for more than just the right supply rate and term length? Electric companies in Corpus Christi might offer features such as green energy products, customer referral programs and automatic bill payment services.