Electricity Rates in Del Rio

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Rio with the best Electricity Provider in Del >Rio.

Example rates:
Plan NameTermRate /kWh
*Affordably Green 3*
3-Month Fixed
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35.9¢
*Straight Power 12*
12-Month Fixed
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126.8¢
*Beat the Heat 12+*
12-Month Fixed
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128.1¢
*Green & Clean 6*
6-Month Fixed
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68.7¢
*Refreshingly Green 12+*
12-Month Fixed
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129.0¢
*Refreshingly Green 24+*
24-Month Fixed
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249.0¢
*Deposit Saver 6+*
6-Month Fixed
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610.7¢
*PAYG Online*
Prepaid Month to Month
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09.8¢

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Some Information about Del Rio.

Del Rio is a city in and the county seat of Val Verde County, Texas . It is 152 miles west of San Antonio. As of 2015, the city had a population of 40,549. Del Rio is connected with Ciudad Acuña via the Lake Amistad Dam International Crossing and Del Río – Ciudad Acuña International Bridge. Del Rio is also home to Laughlin Air Force Base, the busiest United States Air Force pilot training complex in the world.

Del Rio is located at”latitude” 29°22’15″N, “longitude” 100°53’45″W (29.370716, −100.895839).

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 20.2 square miles (52.3 km²), of which 52.2 km² (20.2 sq mi) is land and 0.1 km² (0.039 sq mi), or 0.24%, is covered by water.

Del Rio lies on the northwestern edges of the Tamaulipan mezquital, also called the South Texas brush country. It is also near the southwestern corner of the Edwards Plateau, which is the western fringe of the famous, oak savanna-covered Texas Hill Country; that area is dotted with numerous small springs; one of these is the San Felipe Springs, which provides a constant flow of water to San Felipe Creek. The creek supplied fresh water for drinking and irrigation to early settlers of Del Rio, and the springs are still the town’s water supply.

The climate is semiarid in moisture and subtropical in temperature. Humidity is more often high than low, with periodic morning fog due to Gulf of Mexico air masses moving northwest into the area.

[map]Del Rio, Texas [/map]

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