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Houston Area Electricity
From downtown Houston to the beaches of Galveston, 2.5 million Texans have the right to choose their electricity company. Houston electricity ratesare highly competitive and the proof is in the perks. Whether you want a simple gimmick-free rate or a plan that includes free gifts, we’ve got a Texas-sized deal for everyone.
Short Term Electric Rates
These short term energy plans might have slightly higher rates, but are ideal for renters,college students and anyone who wants to try a new provider before committing to a long term plan. Lock in a cheap rate one month at a time, or pay as you go.
Houston electric rates continue to rise year after year. With a 12 month electricity contract, you can secure today’s energy rate for an entire year without fluctuations due to the changing seasons. Good credit is required to get the lowest electric rates, so check out our pay-as-you-go electricity option if you want to avoid a credit check.
Many 2 year energy plans come with free gifts from Nest and Google Home. Electricity rates in Houston and surrounding areas are steadily rising, so now’s the time to lock in our most affordable rates. Remember, good credit is required for most long term energy plans. Our prepaid electricity option is available to anyone regardless of credit scores.
Choose a fixed rate for 3 years and be assured your price will stay the same, even on Houston’s hottest day. As a bonus, you can make your electricity 100% green with our newest clean energy provider, Iberdrola. To secure our cheapest rate, good credit is required. If you need electricity today and want to avoid a credit check, you can pay as you go.
Barrett, Baytown, Beach City, Cedar Bayou, Channelview, Cloverleaf, Cove, Crosby, El Lago, Galena Park, Highlands, Jacinto City, La Porte, McNair, Mont Belvieu, Morgans Point, Old River, Seabrook, Sheldon, Shoreacres, Strang, Taylor Lake Village, Winfree
Bellaire, Central Houston (Downtown), Sharpstown, Southside Place, West University Place
Alvin Rural, Arcola, Bonney, Clute, Danbury, Freeport, Fresno, Hillcrest Village, Iowa Colony, Jones Creek, Lake Jackson, Liverpool, Manvel, Missouri City, Oyster Creek, Pearland, Quintana, Retrieve, Richwood, Rosharon, Sandy Point, Surfside Beach
Cypress, Decker Prarie, Hockley, Magnolia, Pinehurst, Prairie View, Rose Hill, Stagecoach, Tomball, Waller
Fort Bend Area
Beasley, Boling, Bonus, Booth, Burr, Chesterville, Crabb, Damon, Danciger, Dinsmore, East Bernard, Egypt, Elm Grove, Guy, Fairchild, Glen Flora,Hungerford, Iago, Kendleton, Lane City, Lissie, Magnet, Needville, Newgulf, Orchard, Pleak, Pledger, Richmond, Rosenberg, Spanish Camp, Taverner, Thompsons, Wallis, West Columbia, West Lakes, Wharton
Algoa, Alta Loma, Arcadia, Bacliff, Bayou Vista, Clear Lake Shores, Dickinson, Galveston, Hitchcock, Jamaica Beach, Kemah, LaMarque, San Leon, Santa Fe, Texas City, Tiki Island
Aldine, Bammel, Jersey Village, Spring, Satsuma, Westfield
Huffman, Humble, Kingwood, Oak Ridge North, Spring
Buckhorn, Burleigh, Cat Spring, Coshatte, Fulshear, Frydek, Katy, Milheim, Mixville, Pattison, Peters, Racoon Bend, San Felipe, Sealy, Simonton, Valley Lodge
South Houston Area
Alvin, Brookside Village, Deer Park, Friendswood, Genoa, Manvel, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Pearland, South Houston, Webster
Spring Branch Area
Bunker Hill Village, Hedwig Village, Hilshire Village, Hunters Creek Village, Piney Point Village, Spring Valley
Sugar Land Area
Alief, Clodine, Meadows Place, Missouri City, Stafford, Sugar Land
About CenterPoint Energy Texas
How do I switch to CenterPoint electricity?
Moving to the CenterPoint area? Switching electric companies in Houston is simple and takes anywhere from 10-20 minutes over the phone. Enrolling for an energy plan online is a popular option as it is faster.
After choosing a rate plan, your new electric company works directly with CenterPoint to turn on your power. There’s no need to contact your old provider to make the change. However, make sure you’ve paid your final bill or you’ll be issued a switch hold which will delay your connection.
Who do I contact if my lights go out in Houston?
Storms, wildlife, fallen tree limbs and damaged equipment are just some of the causes of power outages. If you live in the Houston area and your power is out, contact CenterPoint Energy customer service by phone at 713-207-2222 or online.