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Two-Year Fixed Rate Plans
Sharyland Utilities Service Area

After being stable for a good deal of 2012 and early 2013, the average price of two-year plans in the Sharyland territory dropped rather drastically in the second half of 2013.  Keep in mind, as with all plans available in Sharyland's territory, there is no real indication of when prices may rise or fall by another large margin.  However, two-year plans seem to vary the least, as is typical across all of Texas' competitive territories. Having said that, these plans are currently facing the same price spike that all other plans in Texas' competitive regions are seeing in 2014, largely due to the higher natural gas prices.

This chart shows the average price for a two-year fixed-rate plan (excluding 100 percent green energy plans).


Average monthly costs as shown are based on a customer who uses 12,000 kilowatt-hours per year. See "About the Index" in the right column to learn more about how the Index is calculated.

--Bobby Dornbos
Sharyland Utilities serves parts of Brady, Celeste, Colorado City, Mission/McAllen and Stanton.

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