Rates & Tariffs
Transmission and Distribution Rates for Investor Owned Utilities
Here you will find the rates approved by the Commission that the TDUs must charge all REPs for the delivery of power to retail customers.
Retail Rates for Non-ERCOT Investor Owned Utilities
Here you will find the retail rates approved by the Commission that the non-ERCOT utilities must charge for the production, transmission, and delivery of electric service.
Provider of Last Resort Designation and Electricity Facts Labels
Here you will find the designated POLRs for each area of Texas along with the Electricity Facts Labels for POLR service.
Average Annual Rate Comparison for Residential Electric Service
Here you will find monthly updates of the average annual rates offered by REPs for service to residential customers in the areas of Texas open to competition.
Monthly Retail Electric Service Bill Comparison for Residential Electric Service
Here you will find comparisons of the monthly bills resulting from the rates offered by REPs for service to residential customers in the areas of Texas open to competition.
Monthly Residential and Commercial Electric Bill Information for Areas Not Open to Competition
Here you will find a monthly bill comparison for residential and commercial customers of various utilities in Texas that are not yet open to retail competition.
Electricity Facts Labels for Residential Electric Service
The Electricity Facts Label, similar to a nutrition label found on many food products, provides information on electricity prices, contract terms, sources of generation, and emissions levels.
Commission Approved Residential Load Profile
REPs are required to include in their electricity Facts Labels, average rates, calculated using a Commission Approved Load Profile. This file contains the Commission Approved Residential Load Profile (sometimes referred to as the Load Shape).
Price to Beat Tariffs for Affiliated Retail Electric Providers
Until January 1, 2007, Retail Electric Providers (REPs) affiliated with the former bundled utility were required to offer a set of rates to retail customers with peak demand below 1 MW in their affiliated transmission and distribution utility's service area. These rates could be adjusted twice annually upon Commission approval for changes in the price of natural gas or purchased energy. Here you will find the historical rates for the areas of Texas open to competition.