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Browse Electricity Rates in Waco, TX

Finding the best Waco Energy Providers might be easier than you think! Yes, we know. Up until now, it can be difficult to find the lowest electricity providers in Waco. But, out online energy shopping website is making things easier than ever!

Worry no more! Our shopping site for the cheapest electricity in Waco, TX puts you in the driver’s seat. Ignore the phone calls and cheesy salesman, and browse the best offers from Waco’s top electricity providers! Our site even allows you to choose from many different rate options so you can get what you want. Here are some tips for finding the cheapest electricity in Plano for your home or business:


Decide On What You Want

First, decide on the type of electric rate you want. Is the cheapest price your priority? Maybe you are looking for other features such as no cancellation fees or deposits?


Filter and Search

Next, type in your utility or zip code into our search bar and open the cheapest Waco electric rates near you! Then set your specific search parameters to your exact wants and needs.


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After you found what you are looking for, simple click to enroll in your new electricity plan. You will be prompted to enter your account details and agree to the supplier's terms.

Types of Waco, TX Electricity Plans

There are many types of Waco electricity plans available to residents and businesses. In fact, when it comes to electricity plans in Plano, it’s never one-size-fits all. What’s right for your home might not be what’s good for your business, and it’s also important to consider the various options offered by Waco, TX electricity providers. Here are some of the common plans for electric in Waco, TX:


Fixed Rate Electric Waco, TX

Fixed-rate electricity plans allow residents and businesses in Waco 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 Waco residents the option to choose between residential electricity rates and commercial electricity rates. Commercial businesses in Plano even have the ability to request a custom quote that is tailored to the business's individual usage.


No Deposit Electricity Plans

Some Waco 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 Waco electricity provider on your terms.


100% Green Plans

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

About Waco, TX



Waco is a city in Texas that sits along the Brazos River. It is the county seat of McLennan County and is located at the halfway point between Austin and Dallas.

Population and Demographics


The population was recorded in the 2020 census at 138,486 making Waco the 22nd largest city in Texas. It sits within the Waco metropolitan statistical area which consists of McLennan and Falls Counties.

The demographics for Waco are as follows:

  • White 66.89%
  • African American 20.65%
  • Native American 0.38%
  • Asian 2.23%
  • Multi-racial 6.42%




A Wichita Indian tribe known as Waco occupied the area in the early 1800s. In 1824 the European settlers and the Indian tribes were in conflict which led to the fleeing of the Waco’s who fled to safety in what is now known as Ft Worth, Texas. Eventually, the Waco and other displaced tribes were further displaced and moved to reservations in Oklahoma.  It was not until the early 1900s that the Waco tribe received allotments of  land and were permitted to become United States citizens.

The area began developing in the mid-1800s and eventually, the city claimed Waco as its official name. In 1866 the Waco Bridge Company formed and builds a toll suspension bridge over the Brazos River spurring economic growth and igniting a population surge. The people now had a safe place to cross the river with their herds and are able to move about in their horse-drawn carriages. Today the bridge is open to pedestrian traffic only and is part of the National Register of Historic Places.

Further development occurred when Baylor University was founded in 1845 and moved from Independence, Texas to Waco in 1886 when it merged with Waco University.

!894 was the first year Waco celebrated the Cotton Palace Fair to celebrate the contributions of the cotton industry to the region. The fair continues to this day alongside the Brazos River Festival.

The 20th century was riddled with white supremacist mobs terrorizing African Americans and in many cases, the attacks were assisted by Texas Rangers. These violent attacks including lynching’s and torture became the impetus for the NAACP’s anti-lynching campaign. Throughout these turbulent times the Waco authorities, despite a strong presence of the Ku Klux Klan, worked hard to protect the African Americans and others who were threatened. 

Waco is known today as the spot where six Branch Davidians with extreme religious ideals and agents of the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms had a 51-day battle leaving 74 people dead including the Davidian leader, David Koresh.

The 21st century Waco is known for being the White House Press Center under President George W. Bush. It was used as a briefing center and office for the press corp whenever President Bush arrived in town. He referred to this location as his Western White House.




Located in the heart of Texas’ manufacturing and technology corridor, Waco has the resources, water, land, infrastructure, labor force, and essential services for innovative industrial development. The top five employers in Waco are Baylor University, Waco Independent School District, Providence Health Center, and L3 Technologies.




Waco is partially cloudy year round with hot muggy summers and cold windy winters. The average temperature range during the summer months is 76-96 degrees. The winter months range between 39 degrees for the low temperature and an average high temperature of 59 degrees.


Fun Fact

Dr. Pepper soda was invented in Waco at the Old Corner Drug Store in 1885. A young pharmacist by the name of Charles Alderton began experimenting by mixing different fruit flavors together and the result was Dr. Pepper. One year later Coca-Cola was introduced.

Cheap Electricity Rates Waco Residents Count On

If you’re looking for cheap electricity rates in Waco, TX, you’ve come to the right place! We allow our customers to browse Waco electricity supplier offers and sign up directly online. 

Waco 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 Dallas, 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 Dallas and Fort Worth are within the Oncor territory:

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