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Average Electricity Rates & Energy Usage in Pasadena

In November, the average electricity rate in Pasadena was 14.82¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 845 kWh, making the average bill around $125.

based on EIA Data as of May, 2023

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GoodEnergy 12
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Bigger Than Texas 24
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Conservation 12 plan
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About Pasadena Texas

History of Pasadena

Before the Europeans settled in the Galveston Bay region, the area was home to the Atakapan and Karankawa tribes, particularly the Akokisa. This tribe lived in the entire Gulf Coast area. Some Spanish explorers like Rivas-Iriarte and Jose Antonio charted the bay and gave it its name. There was also a short-lived kingdom that Jean Lafitte established in the early 19 th century, and it was characterized by hide-outs and bases around Clear Lake and within the bay. However, it was in 1821 that the United States Navy forced Lafitte to leave.

After Spain declared independence, the new Mexican nation moved towards the north to colonize other territories by offering land grants to the natives and settlers from Mexico and those from the closest United States. In 1835, Texas went against Mexican rule after a coup that General Antonio Lopez attempted. After many battles, the last battle of the Texas Revolution occurred near the present Pasadena in 1836. Even though the main battle occurred in the present day La Porte, Pasadena is where Santa Anna was captured at the Vince Bayou.

Culture of Pasadena

Pasadena is home to the famous Pasadena Historical Museum, among other museums. These museums include Bay Area Museum and the Armand Bayou Nature Center. Additionally, the city has a community theatre, the Pasadena Philharmonic, and an annual rodeo. The main city newspaper is called the Pasadena Citizen. In 2005, the Champion paper mill was closed. Several country music songs have been recorded with "Pasa-get-down-dena" as the main title, including Kenefick's album "Hard Road." It is in this city where the Strawberry Festival takes place.

Landmarks in Pasadena

  1. San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site

    This landmark includes the location of the San Jacinto Battle and the museum ship USS. The spot is off the Houston Ship Channel in unincorporated Harris County near Houston City. In 1960 is when the site was designated a National Historic Landmark. The most prominent feature of the park is the San Jacinto Monument.

  2. Armand Bayou Nature Center

    This is an extensive conservation area that is characterized by several activities. The center is located southeast of Houston between the Bayport Industrial District and the Johnson Space Center. The nature center spans 2,500 acres and is the largest wilderness preserve in the USA.

Tourist Attraction Sites in Pasadena

  1. NASA Johnson Space Center

    This is a human spaceflight where human spaceflight training takes place, and flight control and research are also done. The place was renamed to honor the late President Lyndon B. Johnson, a Texas native. You can access this spot at 2101 E NASA Pkwy, Houston, TX 77058, USA.

  2. San Jacinto Museum of History

    This is a historical tower in La Porte where the Texas Revolution battle occurred. If you are a fan of history, then this is a must-visit place for you once in Texas. Nothing is amazing as learning the history of your home state. But, of course, it would help if you also did the elevator to the top. The spot's address is 1 Monument Cir, La Porte, TX 77571, USA.