36 Month Home Power Plan
- Rate 14.09¢ / kWh
- Contract Length 36 mo.
- Effective Date Jul 2022
- Green Energy 0%
- Plan seen in Connecticut
- Terms and Conditions
Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
Connecticut residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in January.
Residents in Connecticut are faced with a higher residential electricity rate than most people around the United States, with an average state electricity rate of 22.50 cents per kilowatt hour compared to the national average rate of 13.99 cents. With over 10 electricity providers in the state, citizens have many options to choose from when shopping for electricity thanks to the deregulated electricity market that exists in the state. With a population of 3,605,944 residents, the state is the 29th most populous state in the country. Previously, around 12,184 megawatt hours were generated in the state from wind energy each year. However, now that total is 12,758 megawatt hours, a 4.71% rise. Residents living in the state consume 62.88% of the electricity that the state's electricity facilities generate its electricity facilities, while the additional 37.12% produced can be exported or stored. Citizens of the state consume over 27,700,000 megawatt hours to meet their electricity needs, making the state the 37th ranked state for total electricity consumption.
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|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)|
|Town Square Energy||ENERGY||8.66||68.49||404,080||34,990,300|
|Norwich Public Utilities||BUNDLED||19.80||118.22||129,505||25,638,000||4,504|
|South Norwalk Electric and Water||BUNDLED||16.61||110.25||44,117||7,328,167.67|
|Plant||City/County||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (KG)||Emissions/MWh (KG/MWh)||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
|New London County||Nuclear||17,216,509|
CPV Towantic Energy CenterCompetitive Power Ventures (100.00%)
|New Haven County||Natural Gas||5,553,265||1,943,943,003.58||350.05|
Lake Road Generating PlantDynegy Energy Services (100.00%)
|Windham County||Natural Gas||5,542,122||2,170,697,069.1||391.67|
Bridgeport StationPSEG (100.00%)
Milford Power ProjectDynegy Energy Services (100.00%)
Kleen Energy Systems ProjectAres Management (19.00%)
Bridgeport Energy ProjectEmera (100.00%)
Wheelabrator BridgeportWheelabrator Environmental Systems (100.00%)
|Bridgeport||Non-biogenic Municipal Solid Waste||467,149||695,540,478.1||1,488.9|
CT Resource Rec Authority FacilityMaterials Innovation Recycling Authority (100.00%)
|Hartford||Non-biogenic Municipal Solid Waste||249,189||558,640,009.66||2,241.83|
Algonquin Windsor LocksAlgonquin Power (100.00%)
|Windsor Locks CDP||Natural Gas||123,788.49||40,599,233.01||327.97|
There was a 5.08% rise in CO2 emissions per capita over the past 12 months in the state of Connecticut.
During the course of the past 12 months, Connecticut has seen a 698,257,435.12 kilogram (6.27%) rise in CO2 pollution due to electricity use.
Connecticut is 41st highest in the nation for electricity production from wind per capita, averaging 0 megawatt hours per person generated from wind.
The largest provider in the state of Connecticut by megawatt hours sold is Eversource Energy.
0.07 megawatt hours of electricity per person are produced using coal. This is 43rd highest in the United States.
Solar power production in Connecticut has grown from 213,686 megawatt hours to 289,622.89 megawatt hours per year in the last 12 months.
|County||Population||Providers||Plants||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Avg. Electric Bill|
|New Haven County||864,835||13||5||25.60||$184.79/mo|
|New London County||268,555||14||11||25.43||$188.43/mo|
On average, Connecticut citizens emit 2,062.55 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electricity consumption, which is the 45th worst per capita emissions rate for a state in the US. Total emissions from electricity consumption in the state is 7,437,453,935.56 kilograms a year, which is the 41st highest total amount of pollution for a state. Power plants in the state mainly use Natural Gas, which accounts for 24,545,164.26 megawatt hours (or 55.63%) of the fuel sources used for electricity generation in the state. Nuclear and Non-biogenic Municipal Solid Waste make up 39.02% and 1.29% of generation, respectively. There are 35 power plants in the state of Connecticut, which is the 29th most plants in a state in the United States and translates to the 21st highest number of power plants per person.
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The main fuel type used for electricity production in Connecticut is Natural Gas, making up 55.63% of the fuel used in the state. The second and third most used fuel types are Nuclear and Non-biogenic Municipal Solid Waste, which account for 39.02% and 1.29% of total generation respectively.
Anything below the Connecticut average of 22.50 cents per kilowatt hour would be a good electricity rate. The rates in the state range from 14.42 cents to 25.17 cents per kilowatt hour, with Wallingford Electric currently having the lowest rates.
In 2022, Connecticut has an average electricity bill of $160, while the United States average is $124.
The largest electricity supplier in Connecticut by megawatt hours sold is Eversource Energy.
|State Customers Rank||Provider||State Customers|
|4||Norwich Public Utilities||20,564|
|6||South Norwalk Electric and Water||6,843|
|7||Norwalk Third Taxing District||3,928|
|8||Bozrah Light and Power||2,807|
|9||Jewett City Electric||2,244|
Connecticut has a deregulated electricity market, meaning citizens in the state can usually choose from an abundance of electricity providers for their electricity needs.
There are 35 power plants located in Connecticut.
|Residential Rate Rank||Provider||Residential Rate (¢)||State Customers|
|3||Norwalk Third Taxing District||16.11||3,928|
|4||South Norwalk Electric and Water||16.61||6,843|
|5||Jewett City Electric||18.39||2,244|
|6||Bozrah Light and Power||18.85||2,807|
|7||Norwich Public Utilities||19.80||20,564|
Connecticut has 14 electricity suppliers operating in the area.