TriEagle Energy Rates and Plans for Houston, Dallas, and the Rest of Texas.

TriEagle Energy has 12 electricity plans with rates starting at just 15.9 ¢/kwh with contract lengths of 12, 24, and 36 months.

According to TriEagle Energy customer reviews, the best part about TriEagle Energy is 'Plans & Pricing' and the worst part is 'Customer Service'.

TriEagle Energy achieved a rating of 2.9 out of 5 by Texas Electricity Ratings.

cheapest TriEagle Energy Electricity rates and plans in Texas

Electricity Rates

These tables show the lowest TriEagle Energy rates for Houston and Dallas:


Plan Term Rate
Sure Value 24 24/months 14.9¢/kWh
Sure Value 36 36/months 14.9¢/kWh
Sure Value 12 12/months 15.5¢/kWh
Savvy Value 24 24/months 16.7¢/kWh
Savvy Value 36 36/months 16.7¢/kWh
Simple Savings 24 24/months 16.8¢/kWh
Simple Savings 36 36/months 16.8¢/kWh
Simple Savings 12 12/months 17.2¢/kWh
Savvy Value 12 12/months 17.3¢/kWh
Simple Green 24 24/months 17.8¢/kWh
Simple Green 36 36/months 17.8¢/kWh
Simple Green 12 12/months 18.2¢/kWh
Rates as of Nov 29, 2023 at 08:25 PM


Plan Term Rate
Sure Value 24 24/months 13.9¢/kWh
Sure Value 36 36/months 13.9¢/kWh
Sure Value 12 12/months 14.5¢/kWh
Savvy Value 24 24/months 15.7¢/kWh
Savvy Value 36 36/months 15.7¢/kWh
Simple Savings 24 24/months 15.8¢/kWh
Simple Savings 36 36/months 15.8¢/kWh
Simple Savings 12 12/months 16.2¢/kWh
Savvy Value 12 12/months 16.3¢/kWh
Simple Green 24 24/months 16.8¢/kWh
Simple Green 36 36/months 16.8¢/kWh
Simple Green 12 12/months 17.2¢/kWh
Rates as of Nov 29, 2023 at 08:25 PM

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Average Bill

Most customers in Texas use about 1050-1400 kWh of electricity per month. According to various sources, the average electricity rate in Texas is about 11 cents. This would make the average Texas electricity bill about $115 to $154 per month.

Of course, if you have a higher electrical load than normal you will use more energy, and thus your bills can easily be higher than that. High load items would be things like a swimming pool or electric heat in the winter.

Your home size will have an impact on your usage. A smaller 600 sqft apartment might use 500-600 kWh, while an expansive 3,000 sqft. home could easily use 2,200 to 3,000 kWh.

Plans & Products


Our reviews of TriEagle Energy plans

Sure Value 24

  • Plan Type: Bill Credit
  • Term: 24

Sure Value 36

  • Plan Type: Bill Credit
  • Term: 36

Sure Value 12

  • Plan Type: Bill Credit
  • Term: 12

Savvy Value 24

  • Plan Type: Bill Credit
  • Term: 24

Savvy Value 36

  • Plan Type: Bill Credit
  • Term: 36

Simple Savings 24

  • Plan Type: Fixed Rate
  • Term: 24

Simple Savings 36

  • Plan Type: Fixed Rate
  • Term: 36

Simple Savings 12

  • Plan Type: Fixed Rate
  • Term: 12

Savvy Value 12

  • Plan Type: Bill Credit
  • Term: 12

Simple Green 24

  • Plan Type: Fixed Rate
  • Term: 24

Simple Green 36

  • Plan Type: Fixed Rate
  • Term: 36

Simple Green 12

  • Plan Type: Fixed Rate
  • Term: 12


One size does NOT fit all. You have a lot of choices of plan types here in Texas. We've grouped up the plans from TriEagle Energy so you can shop for just the kinds of features you want.

Fixed Rates

These are the most common types of plans and provide the least surprises on your bills. When you use more, you'll pay more per month, and when you use less, you'll pay less per month. However, your average cost per kWh will likely remain fairly stable compared to bill credit plans.

Bill Credit

These plans will usually give a credit on your bill when your usage falls within certain ranges. If you use more or less, your rate per kWh could be significantly higher than the rate you saw when you signed up. Be sure to read the EFL carefully and understand your usage before ordering these kinds of plans.

Free Energy

These plans will cost much less but only during certain parts of the day or week. If you can adjust your usage to fall into the lower-cost periods, these can be a good choice. If you don't want to put off running appliances until certain parts of the day, these kinds of plans are not for you.

Green Energy

Most providers offer some kind of green or renewable energy plan. These plans can help offset your carbon footprint which helps us all!

Solar Buyback

If you have rooftop solar, you can benefit from a specific solar-buyback program, where the retailer monitors the amount of electricity your panels are feeding to the grid and pays you for each kWh you provide.

EV Charging

EVs are great, and because the charging cycles often happen during non-peak-load hours, some providers give a much lower rate for usage during those times. Remember, you'll have to coordinate your charging schedule to take advantage of these low rates.

No Deposit

For credit-challenged consumers who don't want to put down a deposit to begin service, a prepaid (no deposit) plan can make a lot of sense. Instead of paying for your energy after you've used it, you pay before you use it. To start service, you'll need to load somewhere between $25 to $75 on your account. You'll typically pay more per kWh, but these plans usually have helpful apps and notices to help you manage your electricity usage and keep your costs under control.

For Your Home


Apartments typically use anywhere from 500-800 kWh per month. When apartment dwellers shop for electricity, they should focus on fixed-rate plans with low monthly recurring charges, and pay particular attention to the 500 kWh rate on the EFL. Also, most apartment consumers should match their contract term to their lease term so they don't get hit with early termination fees.


Most medium size houses use about 1100-1700 kWh per month. Consumers in this group should use the 1000 kWh rate on the EFL as a guide for the actual rate they will end up paying. Bill Credit plans can make sense for these users, as well as free energy plans if you can move about 30% of your electricity usage to the off-peak times. The monthly recurring charge is not as important as it does not contribute a significant portion of your monthly bill. 12-24 month plans usually make sense for people in typical houses.

Large House

Customers in large homes probably use 1800-3500 kWh per month, especially if you have a hot tub, pool, electric vehicle, multiple air conditioners, and the like. Focus on the 2000 kWh usage rates shown in the EFL. If you look at a bill credit plan, make sure the credit does not go away if your usage goes over certain thresholds. Generally, longer term plans of 24-36 months are best for large consumers to smooth out price volatility.

For Your Business

Retail Shops

Light commercial users like professional offices, pizza parlors, hair salons, and other retail shops with bills less than $1,000 per month

Light Industry

Laundromats, Warehouses, small manufacturing plants, large repair shops with bills between $1,000 and $5,000 per month

Heavy Industry

Factories, business campuses, foundries, server farms with bills over $5,000 per month.

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Reviews & Ratings

Our Rating

TriEagle Energy Customer Ratings:

Average of TriEagle Energy Customer Reviews submitted through Texas Electricity Ratings.

TriEagle Energy Score Details:

Company Stars Rating Reviews
TriEagle Energy
2.8/5 168

Customer Reviews

TriEagle Energy Reviews:

168 total reviews for TriEagle Energy.

Star Rating Ratings and Link
46 5 star reviews
25 4 star reviews
15 3 star reviews
16 2 star reviews
66 1 star reviews


Buyer's Guides

Expert advice and information to help you evalute which TriEagle Energy option is best for you

Cheapest Rate

Sometimes the simplest approach is the best. Here is the lowest rate available from this provider:

Contract Term

Month To Month

3-8 Months

9-18 Months

19-36 Months


What do customers think about TriEagle Energy?

That depends on who you ask. There will always be someone who feels wronged by a company, no matter how good they actually are. The average TriEagle Energy customer review is 2.6 / 5 stars. Keep in mind, consumers will go out of their way to complain far more often than they will to give praise.


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Understand Your Bill

Bill Period or Cycle

The dates this bill covers. Your Texas utility company will read the meter at their discretion. This will not always be a month or 30 days. If you are on a plan that has "monthly" fees, that fee will appear on your bill, regardless of how many days were within the period.

These are fees charged by your utility, and are present regardless of which electricity provider you have chosen.
Fees are charged from the utility and are passed on to the retail electricity provider

TDSP fees can be a fixed charged per bill, or a variable charge based on how much electricity you used during that period. There are a few providers that offer "bundled" rates, which include these fees in their Energy Charge. In bundled rates, your actual average rate will not change during the course of your contract (assuming the plan has no monthly charge).

Some of the TDSP fees you may be charged are:

  • Customer Charge
  • Distribution Cost Recovery Factor
  • Distribution System Charge
  • Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Factor
  • Metering Charge
  • Nuclear Decommissioning Fee
  • PUC Assessment
  • System Restoration Charge
  • Transition Charge (1-5)
  • Transmission Cost Recovery Factor
  • Transmission System Charge

The TDSP fees charged and their amounts will vary depending on which TDSP services your area. As of May 2018, Oncor has the lowest per-bill charge at $5.25, while AEP-North has the highest, at $10.53 per bill. TNMP has the lowest average usage charges, at around 3.3¢/kWh, and CenterPoint is the highest, around 4.1¢/kWh.

Electric companies generally have the same energy charge applied, no-matter which TDSP the plan is in. The difference in the TDSP fees are the reason the same plan can cost around a penny higher in CenterPoint vs TNMP.

Energy Rate vs. Average Rate

the 'Energy Rate' is the price in cents that you pay your electricity provider for the actual electricity that you consumed. The 'Average Rate' is the total you paid for electricity service (including all TDSP fees, bill credits, taxes, etc) divided by the number of kWhs you used that month.

ESI ID (Electric Service Identifier)

This is the unique identifier of the electricity meter for your address. If you have multiple meters (one for the house, one for the shed) you will have multiple ESI IDs. Each ESI ID will generally get it's own bill, unless your current provider offers some sort of combined billing.

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Starting Service


Generally, all providers in Texas will perform a credit check to determine if they require a deposit to start service. Required credit scores and deposit amounts vary by provider.

Most providers can waive deposits with supporting documentation under certain circumstances.

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Report Outage

If your power is out, you should NOT contact TriEagle Energy. Instead, you should contact the company which is responsible for maintaining the infrastructure, poles and wires to your home.


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About TriEagle Energy

Founded in 2002 in The Woodlands, TriEagle Energy initially specialized in commercial retail sales and municipal business. Growing and building a firm reputation at this in Texas, the company ventured into the residential market in 2011, expanding not only in Texas but also in Pennsylvania. Its success attracted Crius Energy of Norwalk, Conn. which bought the company in 2015. In 2019, Vistra Energy (best known for its TXU brand) bought Crius and its other subsidiaries, including TriEagle Energy.

TriEagle is now a subsidiary of Vistra Energy and is based in Irving, Texas. The company is well reviewed for having great day to day operations and offering predictably priced, reliable plans to customers. TriEagle is also keenly aware of how important affordable power is to Texas families during extreme weather and uses its Energy Aid program to facilitate tax-deductible donations to help homes stay powered.

TriEagle Energy In The Community

TriEagle Energy has long been active in its Texas communities, whether it's involved with blood drives and by supplying WeatherBug weather stations to local schools. In 2017, the company donated $30000 to support Hurricane Harvey relief. More recently as part of Vistra Energy, TriEagle Energy has sponsored U.S. troops stationed overseas via Operation Shoebox.

Because high summer temperatures and high electric cooling bills are a common problem for Texas consumers, TriEagle Energy established its Energy Aid program to help Texans keep their homes powered. TriEagle customers can check a box on their monthly bill stub to contribute a tax-deductible donation to help other families in need.