Here's the average monthly bill, usage, and carbon footprint of residents in Frisco
868 lbs CO₂
Frisco's energy comes from Natural Gas, Wind, Coal, Nuclear, and Solar. Natural Gas is the largest source of electricity, providing 49% of Frisco's energy. Wind is the second largest source, making up 23%. Coal provides 16% of the energy in Frisco. Nuclear provides 9% of the energy in Frisco. Solar provides 3% of the energy in Frisco.
Solar power is on the rise, helping homeowners save on their electricity bills and power their homes sustainably.
Energy generated by average sized system
Average system cost
(after federal incentive)
There are a variety of electricity plans available to residents of Frisco. The following companies provide electricity plans in the city:
Oncor has several different electricity rates for residential customers, as shown in the table below.
|Rate Name||Rate Type||Cost Per kWh|
|Residential (by Green Mountain Energy Company)||Fixed||13¢|
Rates are based on an estimated usage of 1,079 kWh per month.Update usage.
|Provider||Plan||Rate Per kWh||Plan Length|
Simply Select 9
cheapestcheapest renewablecheapest <12 monthsmost popular
|13.24¢||9 months||Choose Plan|
demand responsecheapest 13+ months
|13.9¢||36 months||Choose Plan|
|14.2¢||36 months||Choose Plan|
Simply Select 16
|14.26¢||16 months||Choose Plan|
|14.27¢||24 months||Choose Plan|
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