Dallas is home to over 1.3 million Texans and over 140,000 businesses including 10 Fortune 500 companies. Since 2002, the Dallas electricity market has been deregulated. This allows residents and businesses to shop for electricity plans and pick the right Retail Electricity Provider (REP) and plan for their needs.
Since there are dozens of electric companies to choose from, finding the best rate can be challenging. Many suppliers have confusing terms, teaser rates, and hidden fees that can cause your bill to skyrocket.
EnergyBot helps consumers by providing a simple electricity marketplace where you can browse energy suppliers and connect to your usage data to get the lowest rate and estimate your future bills.
EnergyBot was built with businesses in mind. Our online marketplace uses data from your utility company to accurately find the best commercial electricity rate for your business.
Since most businesses use quite a bit more electricity than a home, getting a lower rate could potentially means thousands in saving every month. Our average customer reduces their electric bill by 20%.
Since we leverage your data along with thousands of data points from historical pricing we can seamlessly match you to the lowest cost electricity plan possible. You also get access to our free dashboard that tracks the status of your contract.
Retail Electric Providers (REPs), also called energy suppliers are the companies you purchase electricity from in a deregulated market. REPs buy energy from generators then sell it to consumers. Dallas is served by many energy providers including:
Finding a new electricity provider in Dallas is simple with EnergyBot. Follow these simple steps to get the lowest electricity rate in Dallas.
Enter your zip code at the top of this page and you can quickly see plans from the top Dallas electric companies. For even better pricing use our data linking tool to pull in your historic usage from your utility.
Energy plans often have long confusing contracts. We don't like teaser rates and tricky terms, so we filter out the plans that trick customers into bill spikes. Each plan you see on our site has plan details. This breaks down the most important information about the plan into a way that is easy to understand.
Once you have decided on a new energy plan for your home business just follow the prompts to confirm. Once you're done, we give you dashboard to see the status of your contract.
Dallas energy providers offer rates and plans with a range of options and terms. While you will see many types of plans for the most part they are in two categories: fixed-rate and variable rate.
Fixed-rate plans will have a set price for the term of the contract. Regardless of weather, natural events, or market volatility, your rate will not change. In most cases, fixed-rate plans have a term length of 6, 12, 24, or 36 months. We recommend fixed-rate plans for most customers.
Variable-rate plan rates may change on a monthly basis based on market factors. Variable-rate plans offer more flexibility but present more volatility in pricing. Price changes may impact your monthly electricity bill in the form of price hikes. In most cases, we do not recommend variable-rate plans.
Most famous for the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL football team, and the 80’s prime time hit, Dallas, is also the largest metropolitan area in the U.S. – not on a navigable body of water. The city of Dallas is home to 1.3 million residents ranking it as the 9th largest city in the U.S. and the 3rd largest city in Texas (behind Houston and San Antonio). Centrally located in the United States, Dallas is a natural hub to reach most U.S. destinations within four hours with Dallas/Ft. Worth International airport providing two thousand flights per day.
Dallas is one of the fastest growing metroplexes in the U.S. with 21 Fortune 500 companies calling the city HQ, including Exxon Mobil, JC Penney, AT&T, and Texas Instruments. Add in the state’s business friendly tax code and ample real estate opportunities, Dallas is also home to 2.4 million small businesses and their respective 4 million employees on their payrolls.
The Dallas area is also known as DFW for Dallas-Fort Worth making it an even larger metroplex than the stats show. DFW consists of 12 counties: Collin, Dallas, Delta, Denton, Ellis, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant and Wise – and the population jumps dramatically to nearly 7 million residents, nearly 5x larger than the City of Dallas.