Abilene electricity
plans made simple

Say hello to a new kind of energy in 2021. We offer 100% renewable energy plans powered by wind and solar. No hidden fees. No tricks. Energy made easy. Find the best electricity plans in Abilene with Rhythm today.

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A different kind of energy company

Big energy makes everything hard. That’s why we decided to change the game and simplify Texas electricity. Our Abilene electricity plans are affordable, easy and good for the planet.

Wind and solar

We’re proud to offer 100% renewable energy plans in Texas powered by wind and solar.

Try us for 90 days

If you don’t love our electricity plans, leave us early without the penalty. (But we know you’ll love us).

Reduce electricity bills

With Rhythm Rewards, lower your energy bill just for signing-up for eBill, Auto Pay and more.

Support 7 days a week

Call, email, text or chat with Texas-based customer support, any day of the week.

Simple switching.
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No installation required

Your 100% renewable plan requires no technician visits or equipment install.

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Seamless service switch

We promise a fast and safe switch from your current energy provider to Rhythm.

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We'll tell your old provider

Our team will notify your old provider and let them know about your switch.

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We’ll cover your Early Termination Fees

You can get up to $150 in bill credits to cover your previous provider’s ETF when you switch.

See how Rhythm stacks up

View a comparison between Rhythm and other Texas energy providers on fees, rewards, and other benefits. You’ll notice why so many Texans are making the switch to renewable energy plans with Rhythm.

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Frequently asked questions about Abilene electricity plans and rates

As a Abilene resident, you have the power to choose your electricity provider. And at Rhythm, we’d be happy to be your choice. We offer affordable electricity plans in Texas that are 100% renewable.

Rhythm offers renewable electricity plans in Texas that support green energy sources like wind and solar.

Renewable energy, also called clean energy or green energy, are energy sources that are naturally replenished. They include wind, biomass, hydro, geothermal and solar, among others. Rhythm’s plans are backed by 100% renewable energy.

Many Abilene residents wonder, “What is the cheapest electricity company near me?” However, that answer depends on a few things—such as the type of energy plan, how the energy is sourced and where the energy is coming from. At Rhythm, we offer affordable, fixed-rate energy plans that are designed to help you save with no hidden costs or gotcha fees.

While we can’t tell you who has the cheapest electricity rates in Abilene (because they change minute to minute), we can tell you that our renewable energy plans are affordable and simple. No hidden fees. Rewards that lower your bills. And 24/7 local Texas support.

Electricity rates in Abilene vary because rates are based on the availability of fuel, fuel costs, weather conditions and pricing regulations. At Rhythm, we pride ourselves in offering the same great electricity rates for new and returning customers. We will even pitch in $150 in bill credits to cover your old energy provider’s switching fee.

At Rhythm, we are creating an electricity company that treats you the way we'd want to be treated. Whether it's our 90-Day Easy Energy Promise (if you don't love us, leave us without the fee), Rhythm Rewards Program (where you earn points to lower your bill), Smart Alerts (which help you understand your energy usage) or local customer service (7 days a week), we want to prove to you that we are making energy easier in Abilene. And you’ll be doing your part for a cleaner, greener planet.

There are several energy providers in Texas, including TXU, Green Mountain Energy, Reliant and Direct Energy. See how we compare to other Texas electricity providers.

When it comes to finding electricity plans in Texas, there are many energy companies to choose from. To find the right energy plan and electricity provider for you, think about the kind of experience you want and what your priorities are. Do you care most about great customer support that is easy to reach? Do you want to invest in green energy, like wind or solar? Do you want to earn rewards to save money on your energy bill? Do you want to do your part for a cleaner planet? If so, Rhythm may be the right energy company for you. Check out our Texas renewable energy plans or get a quote for Texas electricity rates online.

If you live in Abilene and experience a power outage, first and foremost, it’s important to remain calm. In order to get answers as to why and for how long, you’ll need to reach out to your Transmission and Distribution Service Provider (TDSP). For general inquiries or service requests, call AEP North at 1-866-223-8508. Unfortunately, electricity companies like Rhythm, Reliant or TXU have no control over power outages.

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The City of Abilene is the seat of Taylor County, located on the rolling plains of west-central Texas and with an estimated population of 123,420 in 2019. Dallas lies 150 miles to the west of Abilene on Interstate Highway 20. Dyess Air Force Base, the largest single employer in the city, is just to its southwest. Abilene has an extensive city park system, several art and history museums, and has also recently been named one of the nation's best places to live for remote workers.

In its early days Abilene's economy was mostly agricultural. Nowadays, it has diversified into oil, healthcare, commerce, and service industries. The city is bisected from east to west by the Texas and Pacific Railroad, which also played an important part in the city's beginnings. The most historic parts of the city are located north of the railroad, including the period reconstruction of Old Abilene Town.

In 1881, Abilene was created as a railhead for cattlemen who used the railroad to transport their livestock. Ranchers would graze their herds on the range around Abilene, then bring them to the railhead to be shipped out to market. The name Abilene means "grassy plain" in Hebrew and was borrowed from Abilene, Kansas, another cattle town and stock railhead.

Not long after the railhead arrived, so did the pioneers. With its direct connection to Fort Worth by rail, Abilene was a natural location both for a distribution center and a settlement. By 1883, Abilene had grown from a tent city into a respectable town with a duly elected mayor, a position as the new seat of Taylor County, and a local newspaper, the Abilene Reporter is still in operation today as the Abilene Reporter News.

The city, like many others in Texas, underwent major demographic changes during and as a result of World War II. In 1940 Camp Barkeley, a United States Army post, training facility, and German POW camp, was built eleven miles southwest of the town. Camp Barkeley brought 50,000 servicemen into the area, along with a flood of their cash into Abilene businesses. After the war ended and the camp closed, many of the servicemen remained in the area to raise families and open businesses of their own. Military presence in Abilene continues today at Dyess Air Force Base, which employs 8,400 Abilene residents. Since 2002 residents have been able to choose their own Abilene electricity plan thanks to the deregulation of the Texas energy market.

Major historical sites near the city are Fort Phantom Hill to the north, and Buffalo Gap Historic Village to the south. The Fort Phantom Hill Reservoir is a popular recreation spot for Abilene residents, along with Abilene State Park, the 29 city parks, and the Abilene Zoo. The city's art and history museums include The Grace Museum, the National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature, Frontier Texas! , and the 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum. The West Texas Fair and Rodeo, held annually in September, is a massive cultural event and attraction that draws hundreds of visitors each year.

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