12 Month Usage Bill Credit
- Rate 18.5¢ / kWh
- Contract Length 12 mo.
- Effective Date Mar 2023
- Green Energy 0%
- Plan seen in Texas
- May require a deposit upon credit check
- Terms and Conditions
Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
The largest provider in Baylor County by megawatt hours sold is Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Texas).
Baylor County ranks 61st out of 254 counties in Texas in electricity produced from wind turbines.
Citizens of Baylor County use enough electricity to emit 0 kilograms of CO2 gases each year per capita, which is the 193rd highest amount of pollution from electricity use for a county in Texas.
Baylor County ranks 35th highest county in Texas out of 254 counties for electricity per capita produced from wind turbines. Producing 550,187 megawatt hours from wind and a population of 3,465, this averages out to 158.78 megawatt hours per person a year from wind energy.
Renewable electricity fuel sources account for 100.00%, or 550,187 megawatt hours, of Baylor County's total energy generation, giving the county a ranking of 387th in the nation for total megawatt hours from renewable fuels.
With a population of 3,465 residents, Baylor County is the 211th most populated county in the state and the 3001st largest in the United States.
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On average, Seymour's residential electricity rate is 10.62 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 16.44% less than Texas' average price of 12.71 cents and 26.57% below the national average of 14.46 cents. The largest supplier in the city based on megawatt hours sold is Seymour, Texas Electric Utility. The national average monthly residential electric bill is $129.86, while the Seymour average is 2.66% less at $126.4 per month.
Tracking emissions on a per capita basis gives us a glimpse of the emissions efficiency of a city. Seymour averages 5,655.58 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita due to electricity consumption, which ranks them 486th highest in the state out of 1870 cities for emissions efficiency. Total emissions in the city are 14,563,125.29 kilograms, which is the 614th highest total amount of emissions for all cities in the state. The city has no electricity generation plants within its borders.
Seymour residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||City Production (MWh)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)|
|4 Change Energy||BUNDLED||8.80||101.87||1,766,079||155,477,800|
|ATG Clean Energy||BUNDLED||4.97||74.93||335,710||16,674,800|
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|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions per MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Green Pastures Wind ICapital Dynamics (100.00%)
Seymour Hills Wind Project, LLCSeymour Hills Wind Project, LLC (100.00%)
Tracking emissions on a per capita basis gives us a glimpse of the emissions efficiency of a county. Baylor County averages 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita from electricity consumption. Total emissions in the county are 0 kilograms, which is the 2948th worst total amount of emissions for any county in the US. About 100.00% of electricity in Baylor County comes from generation using Wind. There are 2 power plants in Baylor County, which is the 68th most plants in a county in Texas.
Baylor County, Texas has 56 electricity providers serving customers in the area.
The largest electricity company in Baylor County, Texas by total revenue is Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Texas).
Baylor County, Texas is home to 2 active electricity plants generating electricity for the county and surrounding areas.