Texas New Mexico Power Rates and Plans.
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About Texas New Mexico Power
Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) is a transmission and distribution provider for more than 255,000 homes and businesses across Texas. TNMP serves as a utility company and is responsible for supplying electricity, responding to outages, meter reading, and maintaining power lines.
Headquartered in Lewisville, TNMP is a subsidiary of PNM Resources Inc. TNMP serves communities in North-Central, the Gulf Coast, and West Texas including Dickinson, Texas City, Friendswood, Lewisville, and Midland.
Texas New Mexico Power Rates
|Plan Name||Plan Length||Rate||Utility|
|SOLARIZE 24 – Chariot||24 months||$0.153 / kWh||TNMP|
|SOLARIZE 12 – Chariot||12 months||$0.156 / kWh||TNMP|
|SHINE 36 – Chariot||36 months||$0.152 / kWh||TNMP|
|SHINE 24 – Chariot||24 months||$0.163 / kWh||TNMP|
|SHINE 12 – Chariot||12 months||$0.173 / kWh||TNMP|
|RISE 36 – Chariot||36 months||$0.169 / kWh||TNMP|
|RISE 24 – Chariot||24 months||$0.174 / kWh||TNMP|
|RISE 12 – Chariot||12 months||$0.179 / kWh||TNMP|
Texas electric providers and utilities
Because of energy deregulation, Texas residents and businesses cannot buy electricity from their area’s utility company. Instead, consumers must choose a retail electric provider (REP).
If you do not sign up for an electricity plan with a REP, the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) will assign one for you based on your area’s “Provider of Last Resort.” The Provider of Last Resort for customers in the AEP Texas Central service area is CPL Retail Energy.
In addition to the energy supply rate you pay to your REP, you will also pay a delivery fee to AEP Texas Central. This fee is set by the PUCT and cannot be changed. You can, however, control your energy supply rate.
When you enter your ZIP code above, we will show you REP rates in your area so you can choose the rate and plan that work for your home or business. To learn more, call one of our team members or see our guide to choosing a provider.
Contact Texas New Mexico Power
Texas New Mexico Power Website: https://www.tnmp.com/
For questions about your electricity bill or plan, contact your REP. If you are experiencing a power outage or power emergency, contact Texas-New Mexico Power. Report or check the status of a power outage here or at 1-888-866-7456.