You have no public utilities
can you explain your answer more please, maybe we can incorporate some of your ideas so our land can remains raw and is taxed at the lowest rate too.
Yes, raw land is just that, if you want power, the county usually requires you to have a permanent dwelling, if you pull a permit for a house, your taxes will go up a lot, if you get just a phone line, no problem.
Some areas allow power to the property if you can get the fire district to sign off on it that it would be a benefit to them to have a water source, but now you have the issue of pulling a permit for a well, which in some counties is viewed just like power, an improvement, and are taxed accordingly.
I used to drill wells, there are a lot of drillers that will punch you a well without a permit, this is to your best interest, the county won't come snooping around.
How I did it, was I bought raw land, parked my motor home on it while I built my home by myself, labor can leave a paper trail, do it yourself, or buy a kit home, or a used double wide, just don't pull permits for anything.
The worst they will do is make you pay a few years in back taxes, just make sure whatever you do, you always follow code, because they may look for an excuse to condemn your home out of spite.
Also look around the area for homes that aren't up to code in the least, this is a sign the county is lax and probably won't bother you, but if your neighbors spent millions on their place, they definitely won't appreciate your individualism and probably turn you into the county.
Propane is what most rural areas use, buy your own tank, the bigger the better, 500 gallons minimum, if you have one of the suppliers install it and the lines, they won't ask any questions about permits, once established, you can buy propane from any source you wish.
Solar, wind, hydro are all things to consider, if you have specific questions, just ask.
I've been on solar for more than two decades, it costs a lot to go that route, but it's well worth it.