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Find the Best Electricity Rates for Your Business

Written by Luke Daugherty/

Edited by Hannah Whatley

Last updated 08/01/2023

Find a commercial energy plan using the SaveOnEnergy marketplace.

Key Points

  • Businesses have the power to choose their energy plan in Texas and other deregulated states.
  • When choosing a commercial energy plan for your business, you must factor in how and when you typically use electricity to customize a plan to your needs.
  • SaveOnEnergy’s experts can help small or large businesses evaluate their needs and tailor electricity plans and rates accordingly.

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How businesses use electricity

Function% of electricity usedAmount of electricity used (per kWh)
Space heating 32%7.33 kWh per square foot
Ventilation11%2.34 kWh per square foot
Lighting10%2.20 kWh per square foot
Cooling9%2.05 kWh per square foot
Cooking 7%3.34 kWh per square foot
Refrigeration 5%1.41 kWh per square foot
Water heating 5%1.17 kWh per square foot
Computing 4%0.91 kWh per square foot
Office equipment 1%0.15 kWh per square foot
Other16%3.34 kWh per square foot

Source: EIA

The takeaway: Business electricity plans should be customized depending on how your company uses its energy. Reach out today to let SaveOnEnergy help you customize a plan for your company.

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In the 10-plus years has been in business, we’ve helped companies large and small negotiate deals on commercial energy rates.

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