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Which West Texas Towns Have Regulated Energy?
Regulated Towns in the Big Bend Region
Regulated Towns in the Panhandle Plains
Amigo Energy Plans Available in West Texas
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Moving to West Texas
No matter what you like to do for fun, West Texas likely has it. From taking in the views of the Stonehenge Replica in Odessa to visiting the George W. Bush Childhood Home in Midland to watching the animals of the Abilene Zoo, there’s no shortage of family-friendly entertainment. All of these activities are fueled by a strong economy that is projected to grow at a rate that’s above the national average. If you’re considering a move to the West Texas area—now is your time!
Did you know that West Texas gets approximately 229 sunny days each year with an average temperature of 95 degrees in July? Your air conditioner is going to be working full time so get an energy company that has your back. Unlike a lot of other providers, Amigo Energy can give you a dependable fixed-rate price. That means you won’t get any unwelcomed billing surprises when the next heatwave hits. Whether you want to speak with us over the phone or use our convenient online portal, we offer you several channels for personalized support. Our representatives are ready to assist you in both Spanish and English. If you’re thinking of moving to West Texas, make things easier and choose an energy company that knows the lay of the land. Call now to get Amigo Energy!
Switching Electric Companies
Not satisfied with your current energy provider in Midland, Abilene, Odessa, San Angelo, Big Spring, or one of the nearby cities? Maybe it’s time to make a switch. Amigo Energy has been in the Texas deregulated utilities market since 2002. That means we have over 15 years of experience and many satisfied customers located all across the great state of Texas. Despite changes in the market, we’ve remained strong by offering convenient solutions for the energy issues that Texans face every day, including:
One more thing—have you heard about our recent rate reduction?
Chat with an energy advisor today to lock-in your new low rate.