Welcome to Fort Worth, a town with daily cattle drives, a year ‘round rodeo, and a funky mix of food, festivals, music, sports, historical and cultural events. The number one tourist destination in Texas, Fort Worth welcomes more than 9 million visitors each year and is home to more than 874,000 residents. It’s known as “Cowtown,” the “place where the West begins” and “the city of cowboys and culture.” The fifth largest city in Texas, Fort Worth attractions include the world’s first and largest indoor rodeo, world-class museums, college sports, a nationally ranked zoo and a 1,500-acre motor speedway. The month-long Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, held since 1896, includes a Best of the West Ranch Rodeo, Best of Mexico Celebration, Cowboys of Color Rodeo, Bulls Night Out Extreme Bull Riding and Rodeo X Extreme Team Competition.
The stockyards, once among the nation’s largest livestock markets, is today a National Historic District popular for its shops, restaurants, historic attractions, museums, music—and the Fort Worth Herd cattle drive. Just within the downtown area, Fort Worth has nearly 100 attractions in a 10-mile radius and is located minutes from the DFW International Airport.
Find cheap and best electricity rates in Fort Worth
The goal for Everything Energy is to make shopping easy so that consumers can pick the right electricity plan for their family and lifestyle. Compare the best electric plan in Fort Worth, Texas and shop electricity plans from the best energy providers.
Difference between Fixed and Variable plans
Fixed rates are sometimes called Secure or Term. These provide you with a fixed price for the length of your contract. They provide price security, but they usually have a cancellation fee if you switch away before the term is up. The cancellation fee is usually not applicable if you move.
Variable rate plans are sometimes called Flex plans or Month To Month plans. In this arrangement, there is no term length and you can switch providers anytime. However, your electricity rate can change each month. These plans don’t lock you into a commitment, so they are great for consumers that are in a short-term situation.
Understanding your Electricity bill
The Electricity Facts Label includes these items:
- Energy Rate – price per kWh for electricity
- Average Rate – price per kWh based on usage levels
- Base Charge – whether there’s a base monthly charge or minimum usage fee.
- Delivery Charges – charges from your local utility company. Sometimes these are included with the energy rate.
- Contract Length – number of months in your contract agreement
- Type of Plan – fixed, variable or index
- Early Termination Fee – fee that you will pay if you cancel your contract before the end of your contract term.
- Percentage of Renewable Content
- Contact Information for the Retail Energy Provider
How is the Electricity Bill Calculated?
A typical electric bill calculation with information from the EFL looks something like this:
(Energy Charge x kWh used) + Fixed TDSP fee + (Variable TDSP fee x kWh used) + Other Fixed Monthly Charge = Estimated Electricity Bill
To calculate your average price per kWh:
Estimated Electricity Bill/kWh used = Average $/kWh