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Electricity and local information about 79741

Electricity and local information about 79741

Coming in as Texas 1593rd most populuous zipcode region, 79741 contains 288 people and covers 209.71 square miles of Goldsmith.

Area codes in 79741 include 432.

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Goldsmith FAQs

What plans does Rhythm have in my area?

In your area, Rhythm offers the following electricity plans: Simply Select 12 starting at 12.3¢/kWh, Simply Select 24 starting at 12.4¢/kWh, Simply Select 16 starting at 12.5¢/kWh, and Simply Select 36 starting at 13.1¢/kWh. The average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate electricity plan in your area is around 13.9¢/kWh, ranging from 10.5¢/kWh to 17.5¢/kWh.

What is the average cost of a 24 month electricity plan in the city of Goldsmith, TX?

The average rate of a 24 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 13.3¢/kWh, ranging from 11.7¢/kWh to 17.6¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are Bigger Than Texas 24, Gexa Eco Saver Plus 24, and Frontier Saver Plus 24.

For 6 month plans, the average rate of a 6 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 0¢/kWh, ranging from 0¢/kWh to 0¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are and Simple 6.

What plans does Energy Texas have in my area?

In your area, Energy Texas offers the following electricity plans: Moving Made Easy starting at 7.6¢/kWh, Come & Take It 12 starting at 10.5¢/kWh, Bigger Than Texas 24 starting at 11.7¢/kWh, and 36 Inflation Fix starting at 11.8¢/kWh. The average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate electricity plan in your area is around 13.9¢/kWh, ranging from 10.5¢/kWh to 17.5¢/kWh.

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What to Expect in Texas Green Energy 2021

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Take a quick look at what's in store for Texas Green Energy 2021.
With a combination of new technologies, new policies, and new projects coming next year, it's time to check out Texas Green Energy 2021!

What's the Future For Texas Green Energy 2021?

Predicting the future in the energy sector can feel like playing darts blindfolded, but it can be fun to guess. Texas green energy 2021 looks to be a year of progress. With a federal executive branch making big plans on climate change and many renewable energy projects within Texas flourishing, 2021 should be a banner year for green energy

Biden’s Clean Energy Commitment 

During his campaign, President-elect Joe Biden laid out a $2 trillion climate plan which includes significant investment in clean energy. His targets include electricity infrastructure, electric vehicles, battery technology, and green energy jobs.  The plan calls to “move ambitiously to generate clean, American-made electricity to achieve a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035. This will enable us to meet the existential threat of climate change while creating millions of jobs with a choice to join a union.”  Pending the outcomes of the two Georgia senatorial races, Biden could face a divided Congress in January. His bolder points may draw conflict in the Senate. That said, some traditionally Republican leaning states rely upon their green energy industries. For instance, Texas and Oklahoma produce large amounts of wind power. Florida supports its growing solar power industry. Though Biden's climate plan doesn't overtly mention the Solar Investment Tax Credit  or the tax credits for wind, expect them to continue. These tax credits incentivize residential and commercial property owners to invest in solar and wind power. 

Texas Renewable Energy Projects

Ironically, solar energy projects are powering oil and gas drilling in the west Texas Permian Basin shale. Last month, pipeline giant Energy Transfer announced a 15-year arrangement to buy power from Recurrent Energy’s Maplewood 2 Solar Project. This solar farm should come online in early 2021 and to produce 385 megawatts (MW).  Similarly, Occidental Petroleum announced last year that a solar installation in Ector County would power its drilling operations. Occidental Petroleum built 120 acre Goldsmith Field solar facility to generate 16 MW and to offset its carbon emissions.  Since a large number of renewable energy projects came online in 2020, we can reasonably expect much of the same in 2021. Already, 45 solar projects are scheduled to begin in Texas, including the 500 MW Pecan Prairie Solar Project. Wind, however, may build somewhat fewer with only 1,540 MW of wind projects forecast to begin.

Prepare For Texas Green Energy 2021

No one knows for sure what the future holds for Texas green energy 2021. However, finding a new electricity plan at is a safe bet. Pick the plan that best matches your home electricity, and sign up to begin saving money.