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Finding a new electricity provider in Irving is simple. Follow these simple steps to get the lowest electricity rate in Irving.
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Utilities are the entities in charge of the operation and maintenance of the energy infrastructure, like wires and towers. The local utility in Irving is responsible for transporting electricity from the generators to residential homes and businesses in this specific region.
Energy providers in Irving like TXU Energy and Cirro Energy are the competitive energy retailers. In Texas, these companies are called Retail Electric Providers (REPs).
Energy suppliers offer two different types of plans for residential and business customers: a fixed-rate plan or a variable-rate plan.
Fixed-rate – meaning that the rate will remain constant for the term of the contract. Regardless of weather, natural events like tornados, or market volatility, your rate will not change. In most cases, a fixed-rate plan will have a term length of 6, 12, 24, or 36 months.
Variable rate plans may change on a monthly basis based on market factors. Variable-rate plans offer more flexibility but also present more volatility in pricing which may impact your monthly electricity bill.
In almost every case, EnergyBot recommends a fixed-rate plan. If you are unsure on what plan is right for your feel free to contact us.
As one of the principal cities of Dallas County, Irving is the thirteenth largest city in the state of Texas with a population of 242,242 residents. Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Irving covers an expansive area of 67 square miles.
Developed in 1972, Irving is home to one of the first master-planned developments in the United States, Las Colinas – which was also once the largest mixed-use development in the southwest. It covers an area of over 12,000 acres with corporate offices, luxury hotels, single-family homes, private country clubs, and urban lofts. Las Colinas in Irving is also home to the largest equine sculpture in the world known as the Mustangs at Las Colinas.
The metropolitan area of Irving is home to a wide range of Fortune 500 headquarters including CitiGroup, Verizon Communications, Allstate Insurance, and Microsoft. These Fortune 500 headquarters are some of the largest employers bringing a strong economy to the city. Irving is also home to the national headquarters of the Boy Scouts. They also used to be the home of the Dallas Cowboys until the stadium was demolished in 2010.
Founded in 1914, Irving is home to a vibrant economy comprised primarily of the Fortune 500 headquarters that moved to the city for their low cost of living and easy access to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
With the growth in Fortune 500 headquarters continuously moving to Irving, this brought the unemployment rate down to just 3.3%, significantly lower than the national average of 3.9%. This low unemployment rate also comes from the growth in the Irving Mall and the DFW International Airport, which are the third and fourth largest employers in the city.
Irving is poised to continue its amazing growth – with the luxurious amenities of the Las Colinas amenities attracting more Fortune 500 businesses and the recent completion of Westin Irving Convention Center Hotel.