ESID Lookup

Your ESID Number, or Electric Service Identifier, is a number that is unique to your property address. Pronounced “Easy I.D.” it’s also known as an ESIID, ESI ID or ESI-ID. You can’t find your Texas meter number or ESID on your actual physical meter. But you can find it using our free ERCOT ESID Lookup Tool.

This ESID Lookup tool includes residential and business meters. Our data is updated each day, directly from the ERCOT database. Just enter your address below to find your ESID Number.

What's My ESID Number?

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Why Do I Need My ESID Number?

You’ll need your ESID number when you are shopping a Texas electric plan for your home or business. Your Retail Energy Provider (REP) will use this number to set up your new electricity service.

What Does the ESID Number Mean?

Each ESID Number is unique to a meter location. However, each delivery company has a different number sequence.

For example, when you do an ESID Lookup for an address in Oncor, it will begin with 1044. When you do a lookup for an address in Centerpoint, the ESID will begin with 10089.

ESID Lookup – “No Address Found”

Our ESID Lookup returns active ESIDs in CenterPoint, Oncor, AEP Central, AEP North, and TNMP. If you are unable to find your address and/or ESID, it’s likely because the address is a new construction.

For new construction locations, contact the local utility company to schedule a new meter set. Your new meter number will be added to our database within 24 hours of the meter set. You will have a construction meter, or temporary meter. Once construction is complete you can transfer service to the permanent meter.

ESID Lookup – “Meter Inactive”

Another possibility if you cannot find your ESID is that your meter is inactive. If you currently have a meter but are not receiving a bill, your meter is likely inactive. You will need to contact the local utility company to get the meter turned back on. You may need a city inspection before the meter can be energized. Your utility company can provide additional information.