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
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Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
Mason County comes in as the 166th worst pollution level from electricity consumption out of 254 counties in the state, emitting 21,333,986.13 kilograms of CO2 gases.
Citizens of Mason County pay about 37.75% less than the $174.34 Texas average monthly residential electric expense.
The national average residential price per kilowatt hour is 15.72 cents, while residents of Mason County enjoy an average rate that is 32.79% less at 10.56 cents per kilowatt hour.
Mason County is the 2974th most populated county in the country.
Mason County uses non-renewable sources to produce -3.59 megawatt hours per citizen, making them the 738th highest county in the country for non-renewable generation per capita.
When measuring CO2 emissions per capita, Mason County saw a 1.41% decline throughout the preceding 12 months.
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Mason's residents purchase electricity for, on average, 10.50 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 25.89% less than the average Texas price of 14.17 cents and 33.19% lower than the national average of 15.72 cents. Generation from non-renewable fuel sources accounts for -6.63 megawatt hours per citizen in the city. The power grid in the city has an average of 0.82 outages per customer each year, with outages lasting roughly 68.75 minutes per outage. The US averages for these two data points are 1.58 outages each year and 145.81 minutes a outage.
Tracking emissions on a per capita basis shows us the emissions efficiency of a city. Mason averages 5,403.75 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity consumption, which ranks them 302nd highest in Texas out of 1871 cities for emissions efficiency. Total emissions in the city are 11,553,207.28 kilograms, which is the 696th highest total amount of emissions for any city in the state. The city has the 11th highest number of power plants of any city in Texas, with one total power plant.
Mason residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in May.
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||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|
Bat CaveBroad Reach Power (100.00%)
|Mason||TX||Batteries or other use of electricity as an energy source||-14,175|
Tracking emissions on a per capita basis shows us the emissions efficiency of a county. Mason County averages 5,403.75 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident from electricity consumption. Total emissions in the county are 21,333,986.13 kilograms, which is the 2664th highest total amount of emissions for a county in the United States. The county has one electricity generation plant.
By total revenue, Oncor Electric is the largest electricity supplier in Mason County, Texas.
Mason County, Texas has one power plant generating electricity for the county and surrounding areas.
Mason County, Texas is home to 56 electricity suppliers offering service in the area.