Electricity Rates in Bronte

Best Electric Rate in Bronte

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At Current Utilities we are constantly negotiating better rates for our customers. We have been in business since deregulation started and we pride ourselves in providing the best possible electric service to our customers in Bronte.

We will find your the Best Electricity Rate in Bronte with the best Electricity Provider in Bronte .

Example rates:

Plan NameTermRate /kWh
*Beat the Heat 12+*
12-Month Fixed
*Refreshingly Green 12+*
12-Month Fixed
*Refreshingly Green 24+*
24-Month Fixed
*Deposit Saver 6+*
6-Month Fixed
*PAYG Online*
Prepaid Month to Month

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Some Information about Bronte

Bronte is a town in Coke County, Texas, United States. The population was 999 at the 2010 census.

Texas State Senator Grady Hazlewood, who served from the Amarillo-based District 31 from 1941-1971, was born in 1902 in Coke County near Bronte.

Bronte is located at latitude 31°53′13″N longitude”>100°17′42″W (31.887046, -100.294947).

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 1.4 square miles (3.6 km2), all of it land.

Although named for English novelist Charlotte Brontë the town name is pronounced as one syllable: “brahnt”.

As of 2007, the largest employer in Bronte was the Coke County Juvenile Justice Center, followed by the Bronte Independent School District. During that year, Gerald Sandusky, the mayor of Bronte, estimated the juvenile facility employed 180 people, and 30-35% of the juvenile center’s employees lived in Coke County.

The town is served by the Bronte Independent School District. The district provided educational services for the inmates at Coke County Juvenile Justice Center, and 21 district employees were based at the center. During that year, Alan Richey, the superintendent of Bronte ISD, estimated 40% of the enrollment in the school district consisted of children who were incarcerated in the center. The superintendent said the district lost $2 million in funding as a result of the closure of the juvenile facility.

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