Irving, Texas Electricity

by Donny on May 11, 2011

Irving, Texas has a population of about 216,290 which makes it the 12th-largest city in the state. The city is part of the Dallas metropolitan area, just 12 miles west of Big D.

It’s most famous for being the former home to the Dallas Cowboys from 1971 to 2008. Texas Stadium, the former Cowboys home stadium in Irving was demolished shortly after the team moved to its new home in Arlington.

Although the city no longer is home to the Cowboys, it still holds a lot of history and many residents no longer have to worry about having to pay taxes on the team.

Not only that, but they can also save money on electricity since they can choose the cheapest electricity rates available to them.

Texas became deregulated in 2001 which means residents of Irving and other deregulated areas have the right and the ability to shop and compare Texas electricity rates before signing up with whichever energy provider works best for their situations.

To get started, simply type your zip code into our compare box. Select a residential or commercial rate and click ‘compare.’

We recommend you select a fixed rate for long-term residential energy because it will be more consistent and you’ll know what to expect on a monthly basis.

If you need any further information, feel free to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.
In 1903, Irving was founded Otis Brown and J.O. Schulze who named the city after Washington Irving.

Irving has served as home to many famous people including NFL players, Brian Bosworth, Akin Ayodele, Tyson Thompson, Michael Buff, MLB players Kerry Wood, Les Lancaster, politician James Dickens and many others.

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