Grand Prairie’s Grand Prices for Electricity

by Donny on May 31, 2011

Grand Prairie is part of the DallasFort Worth metropolitan area, seven miles southwest of Irving and just six miles east of Arlington and 16 miles west of Dallas.

Population wise, the city falls right between Brownsville and Mesquite with a population of about 127,427.

Having access to major cities so close can serve as a major pro or con, but one of the biggest pros is the fact its residents can choose the cheapest electricity rates and providers for their homes and businesses.

In 2001, Texas became a deregulated state which means if you’re a current or future resident of Grand Prairie or another deregulated area of the state, you can shop and compare multiple electricity rates before signing up with the best option.

To begin, simply type your zip code into our compare box before selecting ‘residential’ or ‘commercial’ and then click ‘compare.’

Once you do this, if you’re still looking for further information, please don’t hesitate to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.

Grand Prairie was first established in 1863 as “Dechman” By Alexander MRae Dechman who traded oxen and wagons for Dallas County land. He bought nearly 240 acres of land on the eastern side of the Trinity River and it eventually grew into what it is today.

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