Is Your West Texas Electric Company Deregulated? Find Out

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Did you know that around 85 percent of Texas benefits from energy deregulation? In West Texas, however, there are many residents who don’t have the power to choose their Retail Electric Provider (REP). If you live in El Paso and surrounding areas like Socorro and Horizon City, you only have one electricity option. Likewise, if you live in Amarillo or another city in the Texas Panhandle, you may not be able to choose your electric company.

The good news is that if you live somewhere in between Odessa-Midland, Big Spring, or Abilene, Amigo Energy understands the need to beat the dry summer heat and conserve resources. That’s why we offer competitive, fixed rates and energy-saving add-ons like the Ecobee Smart Thermostat and the SkyDrop Smart Sprinkler Controller. Call 1-855-833-6595 today to see if Amigo Energy is available in your town.

3 Benefits of Energy Deregulation in West Texas

Competitive rates

Competitive rates

Renewable energy

More renewable energy options

Customer service

Better customer service

Which West Texas Towns Have Regulated Energy?

Big bend region

Regulated Towns in the Big Bend Region

Panhandle

Regulated Towns in the Panhandle Plains

Amigo Energy Plans Available in West Texas

Green Energy Plan

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  • 24-month fixed rates
  • No-deposit electricity available
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Nights Free Plan

  • No charges from 9pm - 7am, including TDSP charges
  • 24-month fixed rates
  • No-deposit electricity available
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Moving to West Texas

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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

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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:

Same day service

Same-day service

Weekly usage

Weekly usage notifications

Renewable energy

Renewable energy options

You’ll also love our fixed-rate pricing that never fluctuates out of control like the summer heat. Along with our month-to-month contract options and nights free plans, there are a lot of different ways for you to potentially save on your energy costs. Our Spanish and English speaking representatives are always ready to help you via phone and, once you sign up you’ll also be able to manage your own account with our easy to use web portal. Don’t wait, contact Amigo Energy to sign on with an energy provider that understands the energy demands of West Texas and offers solutions that are as unique as your household.

Amigo Energy FAQ

How can I sign up for service with Amigo Energy?

You can quickly and securely sign up for Amigo Energy by calling 1-888-469-2644 and speaking to an Amigo Energy Customer Service Representative—both English and Spanish-speaking—Monday through Friday from 8AM to 7PM (CST) and Saturday 9AM to 6PM (CST).

How does Amigo Energy work?

Amigo Energy is a full-service Retail Electric Provider (REP) and subsidiary of the Just Energy Group. Amigo Energy has provided energy services to thousands of residents across the country as one of the oldest electric providers in Texas.

How does deregulated energy work?

Deregulated energy means that consumers in the area of deregulation can choose who they’d like to receive energy supply services from and are not forced to accept service from the local utility. In short, energy deregulation gives consumers the ability to shop around for their energy product and services.

Does Amigo Energy require a deposit for new service?

Amigo Energy offers no-deposit electricity to a lot of our new customers—read more on how to qualify here. In general, deposits are a result of your credit history, and specific deposit amounts are unknown until Amigo Energy runs a credit check. If a deposit is required, it will be based on estimated usage at the location you are requesting service. All required deposits must be paid before enrollment in new service can be completed.

What is the difference between a variable and a fixed rate?

The price per kilowatt hour (kWh) tends to be a bit higher for Fixed Rate products than with Variable Rate products because Fixed Rate products guarantee your rate won’t go up during your contract term. Amigo Energy Variable Rate plans tend to be lower than Fixed Rate plans and do not require you to sign a contract. Variable Rates are based upon the prevailing wholesale market rates and can fluctuate.

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