Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska Electric Profile

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As the 24th highest generator of electricity in Alaska out of 29 counties, Yakutat City and Borough generates 5,941 megawatt hours of electricity from various fuel types.

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Electric generation facilities in Yakutat City and Borough saw a 3.05% increase in the burning of non-renewable fuels for electricity generation during the last 12 months, which is an unfortunate trend.

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Yakutat City and Borough released 3,180,979.79 kilograms of CO2 gases from electricity consumption, which ranks them as the 2837th worst polluting county out of 3220 counties in the United States.

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Consumers in Yakutat City and Borough pay $218.13 per month for residential electricity, compared to the national average bill of $120.24.

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The largest electricity provider in Yakutat City and Borough by number of customers is Alaska Village Electric Cooperative.

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Yakutat City and Borough consumes roughly 78.27% of the electricity that their power generating plants produce.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    4,650 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    8.03 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    5,941 MWh

  • Production from Non-Renewable Energy

    5,941 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    10.26 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    3,180,980 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    5,493.92 kg

Yakutat CDP, AK Electric Overview

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The average residential electricity rate for customers in Yakutat CDP is roughly 47.44 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 110.16% higher than the average state rate of 22.57 cents. The average residential electric bill for a customer in the city is $218.13 per month. Electricity production plants in the city produce, on average, 9.15 megawatt hours per capita from non-renewable fuel types.

For every person in the city there are 5,493.92 kilograms of CO2 pollution. This ranks the city 19th worst in Alaska out of 355 cities for emissions per capita. A total of 3,565,554.21 kilograms of CO2 emissions are emitted from the city a year. The city has the 16th most power plant of any city in Alaska, with one total plant. This is the 45th most power plants per capita in the state. Yakutat CDP has roughly 100.00% of its electricity generated by Distillate Fuel Oil.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Yakutat CDP

Yakutat CDP residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.549/kWh$0.432/kWh$283.17/mo.$158.35/mo.
166th47.44¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Yakutat CDP
236th$218.13Average residential monthly electricity bill for Yakutat CDP Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Yakutat CDP, Alaska

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Alaska Village Electric CooperativeBUNDLED47.44218.135,94143,73420,745,908

Energy Production in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska

Power Plants in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska

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Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Yakutat City and Borough has the 2837th highest amount of total CO2 emissions from electricity use of all of the counties in the United States, emitting 3,180,979.79 kilograms. This total also results in a ranking of 1311th highest in the nation for pollution per person with an average of 5,493.92 kilograms of emissions per resident. Distillate Fuel Oil makes up 100.00% of the fuel types used for electricity production in Yakutat City and Borough. Yakutat City and Borough has the 1432nd most electricity generation plant of any county in the US, with one total plants. This translates to the 17th most power plants per capita in the country.

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Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska Net Metering

Regulations put in place at the state level are restricted for consumers interested in installing solar or other alternative electricity generation sources.

Energy Loss

The single company in Yakutat City and Borough who reports energy loss data reported an annual loss of 4.09%. The US average energy loss is 2.76%. This earned Yakutat City and Borough a rank of 1232nd best in the US out of 3220.

Power Companies in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska

FAQ

What electricity company is the largest supplier in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska?

By total customer count, Alaska Village Electric Cooperative is the largest electricity supplier in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska.

Which electricity companies offer service in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska?

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1Alaska Village Electric Cooperative251

How many power plants are in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska?

Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska has one power plant producing electricity for the county and surrounding areas.

Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-11-16