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Harrison County is currently not a deregulated county in Texas. The electric rates to the left represent what they would look like in your county if electricity was deregulated.
  • Elysian Fields
  • Gill
  • Hallsville
  • Harleton
  • Jonesville
  • Karnack
  • Latex
  • Longview
  • Marshall
  • Nesbitt
  • Scottsville
  • Uncertain
  • Waskom
  • Woodlawn


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Harrison County Texas Electric Company Rate Comparison
Commercial and Industrial
Electric Rate Comparison

Explanation of Monthly Electricity Rate Comparison Report and other options available to Electricity Shoppers.

The Harrison County Texas Commercial 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 procurement.
Residential Electric
Rate Comparison

Residential Customers

Residential Electric Rates in Marshall Texas are not yet deregulated. The process of deregulation has hit most of the populated areas in Texas but is still a few years off in the less populated areas across the state. You can look at the electric rates above to compare with the rate you may be paying the municipality in your county to have an idea of what electric rate you might pay if your county was deregulated.
Deregulation in Harrison County Texas

Longview Texas is one of the larger cities in Harrison while Marshall is the county seat in this Texas county. There are a little over 62,000 people living in Harrison County and at this time there are no plans to deregulate electric rates. If deregulation were to occur in Marshall Texas rates could potentially look better then what you are currently paying the City and County electric coop or municipality.

If deregulation were considered, the same transmission and distribution company would still provide the electricity through the poles and wires but this is a different company then your retail electric provider. The TDSP company and Retail Electric Provider in this area is AEP SWEPCO (Southwestern Electric Power Company). Because AEP would still service the meter and poles this means that nothing changes besides the savings added to your electric bill. The electric discounts available via choosing a competitive electric provider is great although electric conservation can save a company even more. There are many new and advanced technologies for business customers to help give a commercial business the best value for their dollar. To look into more then just a different electric provider please contact an electric power consultant to see what options are available to conserve and efficiently use commercial and industrial energy.


If you need to contact SWEPCO in teh Longview area you can speak with the AEP customer support representative which is Scott Hampton 903-234-7333.

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