ELECTRIC Rates In Flower Mound Tx.

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About Flower Mound, TX


Flower Mound is an incorporated town in Denton and Tarrant Counties and is northwest of Dallas and 33 miles northeast of Ft Worth. It is named for a 12.5-acre mound located in the center of the town.



In the 1840s, Flower Mound was used by Presbyterians for religious camps and was not permanently occupied until the 1850s. Under the direction of Wm Wilkerson, who did much to improve the town’s phone system and water supply, the town was incorporated in 1961. With few residents and a shaky economy, the residents of Flower Mound began a planned community in 1970 with money acquired by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Many residents resisted these developmental efforts and threatened to disannex a portion of the town. This created much controversy and divided the town until 1976 when the project lost its federal loan guarantee and was awarded the “Bum Steer Award” for its failure.


Population and Demographics

Flower Mound was sparsely populated until the opening of the Dallas-Ft Worth International airport which created an influx of people. The 2020 census count of 75,956 was increased by 17% over the population count in 2010. Flower Mound is the only town in Texas with a population in excess of 20,000 people.

The demographics are as follows:

White 66.02%

African American 3.37%

Native American 0.38%

Asian 14.09%

Multi-racial 4.56%

Hispanic or Latino 11.11%



Due to its proximity to the Dallas-Ft Worth International Airport and the major highways running in and near Flower Mound, many corporations have offices in town. Best Buy, a consumer electronics retailer, and Stryker, a medical technologies corporation specializing in surgical necessities, have opened offices in Flower Mound. It is also the headquarters for the Japanese licensing company Funimation. 

There are two economic districts in town. The Lakeside Business District includes 265 acres used for residential and commercial projects. The Denton Creek District is a 1500-acre area used for commercial, industrial, mixed office, retail, and residential communities, ensuring long-term economic health and prosperity for the town.


Fun Fact

The Mound is a 50-foot-high mound located at the center of town. The eminent historian, A.C. Greene believed the town was named for the wildflowers that covered the mound including Little bluestem, big bluestem, and prairie grasses.

How To Find Cheapest Electricity In Flower Mound TX

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Different Types of Electricity Rates In Denton

Since the inception of energy deregulation in Texas, there have been many electricity suppliers offering low rates in Flower Mound. In fact, in the most recent years suppliers have gotten creative by offering different price options, terms, and specials to attract new customers. Here are some of the top electricity rate plans offered in Flower Mound today…


Fixed Rate Electric Plans in Flower Mound

Fixed-rate electricity plans allow residents and businesses in Flower Mound to lock-in electricity unit costs at a certain $/kWh for a contract period term. This provides price certainty and a relatively simple way to budget for energy costs.


Residential & Commercial Plans

Our site also gives lower Mound residents the option to choose between residential electricity rates and commercial electricity rates. Commercial businesses in lower Mound even have the ability to request a custom quote that is tailored to the business's individual usage.


No Deposit Electricity Plans

Some energy providers require customers to put down a deposit when they sign up for an electricity plan. Our site allows you to filter plans that do not require a deposit, so you can sign up with a lower Mound electricity provider on your terms.


100% Green Plans

Are you looking for a green electricity plan in lower Mound? Our site displays rates from some of the leading green energy suppliers in lower Mound, Dallas, and the rest of Texas. Whether you want electricity generated from wind or solar, you can easily sort by 100% renewable plans.

Dallas-Area Electric Utility Company Resources

Texas, like many states in the U.S., has a deregulated energy market. Meaning, the market allows energy users to choose who supplies their electricity. Your energy will rely on two parties — your utility and provider. The local utility is Oncor Electric in Flower Mound, and this company handles power line maintenance and electricity distribution in your area. Your provider, often called a Retail Electric Provider (REP), supplies the electricity Oncor distributes.

Here is a map of Oncor’s service territory in Texas along with the major cities it covers. As you can see, both Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth are within the Oncor territory:

You have the power to choose your REP, but figuring out who has the best rate can be a challenge. EnergyPricing.com simplifies the process, so you can see available rates and choose the best one for you.

Before you start your search, you should note when your current contract ends to avoid termination fees. You should also consider what type of rate you’re looking for. While fixed rates involve a consistent price throughout your agreement, variable rates rise and fall with the energy market.

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