12 Month Usage Bill Credit
- Rate 11.9¢ / kWh
- Contract Length 12 mo.
- Effective Date Aug 2023
- Green Energy 0%
- Plan seen in Texas
- May require a deposit upon credit check
- Terms and Conditions
Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
Citizens in Culberson County face an average of 0.82 outages lasting 68.75 minutes per year, compared to the US averages of 1.58 outages at 145.81 minutes per outage.
The use of renewable fuel sources for electricity production in Culberson County rose by 65.03% last year.
Culberson County has the 81st highest electricity generation out of 254 counties in Texas, producing 1,086,436 megawatt hours.
Culberson County emitted 0 kilograms of CO2 gases due to electricity use, which ranks them as the 2929th worst polluting county out of 3221 counties in the nation.
Culberson County ranks 3rd out of 3221 counties in the country for solar electricity production per capita, averaging 491.82 megawatt hours generated per person.
The largest supplier in Culberson County by megawatt hours sold is Oncor Electric.
There are 25617 plans. Plans are subject to change at any time and these may not be the plans currently offered.
On average, Van Horn's residential electricity price is 10.75 cents per kilowatt hour, which is, luckily, 31.63% below the average nationwide electricity price of 15.72 cents. Consumers in Van Horn are faced with 0.82 electrical outages per year with outages lasting an average of 68.75 minutes. The average monthly residential power bill for a citizen in the city is $108.89 per month, while the nationwide average is $147.64. Patrons in the city enjoy a 37.54% reduction compared to the rest of the United States.
Electricity use in Van Horn results in the release of 11,131,715.15 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which is the 710th largest emissions amount in Texas out of 1871 cities. The city also ranks 20th highest in the state in pollution per resident, averaging 5,403.75 kilograms of CO2 emissions emissions per capita. This is, most likely, the more important of the two metrics. The inhabitants of Van Horn have to use power from outside city limits because they don't have any electricity facilities in the city.
Van Horn residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||City Production (MWh)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)|
|4 Change Energy||BUNDLED||7.79||89.27||2,291,920||178,583,600|
|ATG Clean Energy||BUNDLED||4.89||21.19||116,273||5,684,100|
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|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions per MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Titan Solar ProjectSE Titan, LLC (100.00%)
Aragorn Solar ProjectSE Aragorn, LLC (100.00%)
Electricity use in Culberson County results in the release of 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which is 2929th largest emissions amount in the United States out of 3221 counties. This total results in 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita, so the county ranks 2929th highest in the country for emissions per capita from electricity consumption. Around 100.00% of Culberson County's electricity is generated using Solar. Culberson County has 2 electricity producing plants, which is 301st most in the US.
There are 54 electricity providers offering service in Culberson County, Texas.
Culberson County, Texas has 2 active power plants producing electricity for the county and surrounding areas.
By total revenue, Oncor Electric is the largest electricity provider in Culberson County, Texas.