Texas-New Mexico Power Rates* Estimated rate for a 1000 kWh monthly usage for TEXAS-NEW MEXICO POWER COMPANY TDU customers only. Please check the Terms of Service and Electricity Data Label of the plan to confirm this data. Last rate update: 12/03/2023, 22:23 PM CST.
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Texas-New Mexico Power Outage Map
Stay updated during power outages with the Texas New Mexico Power outage map!. To report an outage, call 1-888-866-7456 or visit their website. Remember to unplug electronics, avoid downed power lines, and use flashlights for safety.
What Area Does Texas-New Mexico Power Cover?
Texas-New Mexico Power provides service to parts of Texas, including major cities like Lewisville, Texas City, and Angleton. They deliver electricity to over 245,000 residential and commercial customers in their service area.
Texas-New Mexico Service Area Map
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Which Providers Are Available in the Texas-New Mexico Power Service Area?
Numerous retail electric providers (REPs) operate within Texas-New Mexico Power service area, including:
What Types of Plans Are Available in the Texas-New Mexico Power Service Area?
Customers in the Texas-New Mexico Power service area can choose from various types of plans, such as:
- Fixed-rate plans: Offer a steady electricity rate for the duration of the contract, typically available in 6, 12, 18, 24, or 36-month terms.
- Variable-rate plans: These plans have rates that fluctuate based on market conditions, which can result in cost variations depending on demand levels.. These are usually month-to-month plans. *** Indexed plans**: With these plans, rates are linked to a specific market index, allowing for potential savings or increased costs depending on the index's performance.
- Prepaid plans: Require customers to pay for electricity in advance, helping them manage their energy expenses without the need for a deposit or credit check.
- Plans with renewable energy: Promote sustainable energy resources like wind, solar, and hydroelectric power by opting for plans that prioritize a larger share of renewable energy sources.
What is Texas-New Mexico Power Delivery Charges?
Texas-New Mexico Power delivery charges are fees you pay for the transmission and distribution of electricity to your home or business. These charges are separate from your retail electric provider's (REP) charges, which cover the actual electricity usage.
The current delivery charges consist of a fixed charge of $7.85 per month and a variable charge of $0.060465 per kWh, based on your monthly electricity usage. These charges, billed through your REP but set twice a year the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT), help Texas-New Mexico Power maintain and upgrade the electrical grid and infrastructure in their service area, ensuring a reliable and efficient power supply to consumers.