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6-Month Fixed Rate Plans
Sharyland Utilities Service Area

Unlike one-year and two-year plans, six-month plans have historically followed a unique seasonal pattern that depends on whether the contract will include summer months. Typically, the more summer months that were included in the six-month plan, the higher the average price of the plan.
 
However, due to the limited number of providers and scattered service areas serviced by Sharyland Utilities, six-month plans available here often stray from the trends of Texas' other territories that are open to choice.  Most notably, in the last two months of 2013, average prices dropped nearly $10 a month.  And although this is somewhat extreme, when observing this chart throughout the year, you will still notice that price trends for six-month plans in Sharyland still tend to follow the same pattern as they do in the other competitive territories in Texas.

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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