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Bosque County is currently a deregulated county in Texas. The electric rates to the left are for commercial businesses.
Cities
  • Clifton
  • Cranfills Gap
  • Kopperl
  • Iredell
  • Meridian
  • Morgan
  • Valley Mills
  • Walnut Springs
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Bosque County Texas Electric Company Rate Comparison
Commercial and Industrial Electric Rate Comparison
Commercial and Industrial Electric Rates
Residential Electric Rate Comparison
Residential Electric Rates
Explanation of Monthly Electricity Rate Comparison Report and other options available to Electricity Shoppers.

The Bosque County Texas Electricity Company Monthly Rate Report is showing you the "daily rates" for commercial accounts in the 5 TDSP regions in Texas. These rates are very competitive however, tailor-made rates are many times better for larger usage. Block purchases using natural gas prices, heat factor pricing in combination with MCPE pricing (Market Clearing Price for Energy) is a smarter choice when purchasing wholesale electricity for larger usage commercial and industrial users. Please call and speak with a Consultant for assistance setting up tailor-made options for commercial and industrial electric usage purchasing.
Residential Customers

Residential Electric Rates in Bosque County Texas are currently not very competitive. There are around 40 Retail Electric Providers and they all price right under the price-to-beat rate. The rates over the last several months have been around 10.8 - 16 cents per KWh. In comparison, commercial rates have averaged between 7 - 10 cents per KWh. January 2007 the Texas state government did away with the price-to-beat state mandated rate. This may allow the residential rates to see some much needed competitive pricing. If the incumbant providers begin pricing competitively the rest of the Retail Providers should follow.
Bosque County Texas Electricity News



The 5.2-percent decline in the energy index followed a 5.7-percent decrease in October.  The majority of the decline in energy prices this month resulted from the introduction of lower winter electric rates. Electricity costs fell 9.6 percent in November while the cost of natural gas service was unchanged during the month.  Over the year, electricity prices were essentially unchanged, edging up 0.1 percent.  In contrast, the cost for natural gas service decreased 30.2 percent since November 2005.  Gasoline costs slipped 0.7 percent in November after a 12.0-percent decrease in October. 

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