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Resting nestled between the Permian Basin to the northwest, the Chihuahuan Desert to the southwest, the Osage Plains to the northeast, and Central Texas to the southeast, is the river city of San Angelo, Texas. Founder Bartholomew J. DeWitt named the little village between the junction of the North and South Concho Rivers after his wife, Carolina Angela, in the 1860s. These days, San Angelo is home to over 96,000 residents, growing exponentially thanks to the oil boom of the 1900s, and becoming a regional hub of the oil and gas industry.

According to the 2010 census, there were 33,077 households within San Angelo with an average household having 2.44 residents within them. Just about 57% of houses were owner occupied, with only 34% rental units, and a fairly low 9% vacancy rate in the area. Some 44% of households were married couples who lived together, and 27.6% contained children under the age of 18. The median income for households in San Angelo was $38,777, but a family pulled in closer to $50,000 helping to mark the city as the fourth "Best Small Cities for Jobs" in 2013 by Forbes Magazine.

San Angelo, Texas electric companies: find the right plan for you

Texans spend an average of $1,801 on home energy costs every year, which is 26% higher than the national average! You might be wondering what that money is used for, and why San Angelo utilities end up costing more than those in most other states?

It probably doesn't come as much of a surprise that about 18% of your energy costs go toward running your air conditioner. This is why, despite spending more on your electric bill than most of the rest of the country, you're in good company with other warm weather states. More than 80% of Texas households rely on central air conditioning, and central air is associated with higher electricity consumption. Electric companies in San Angelo, TX have to keep you cool and comfortable!

Another 19% of your annual electric costs pay for space heating in the winter months, which is far lower than the national average of 41%. Instead, 41% of Texas household energy usage can be attributed to electronics, appliances, and lighting. Switching to more energy-efficient appliances and LED light bulbs can help reduce your costs.

Average temperature and San Angelo, Texas electricity plans

When comparison shopping for an electricity provider in San Angelo, Texas, you’ll want to keep seasonal temperature variation in mind. The average annual temperature in San Angelo, Texas is about 65 °F, with an average high of about 95 °F in July and an average low of about 33 °F in January. Brr! San Angelo only gets about 21.22 inches of rainfall each year, with May and October being the wettest months. You can only expect an inch of snow, however.

Control your budget with a fixed-rate plan

What do retail electric providers in San Angelo, TX include in their rates? Bills include the cost of energy, your utility's transmission and distribution charges, and any recurring monthly fees and taxes. Be sure to ask about any other fees that may also apply.

What rate plan options do San Angelo retail electric companies offer? StarTex Power, Constellation's brand in Texas, gives you the power of choice between a variable and a fixed-rate plan. With a fixed-rate plan, you pay a fixed rate per unit of energy every month for the life of your contract. What does that mean? That means that you have the choice to lock in a single, fixed rate per unit of energy you use so you always know exactly what to expect on your monthly bill. The variable plan allows for a fluctuating rate without locking into a contract term.

Can I manage my StarTex Power account online? Of course! You can use the StarTex Power MyAccount online portal to view your account and usage history, pay your bills, set up auto pay and more.

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As one of the premier electricity providers in San Angelo, Texas, StarTex Power is ready to meet your energy needs. Compare rates and get started today.