Electric Rates & Providers in Floyd County, GA

Floyd County, Georgia Electricity Rates & Statistics

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Floyd County, Georgia Electricity Overview

While the national average residential electric rate is 16.07 cents per kilowatt hour, Floyd County's average rate is 10.96% below that at 14.31 cents per kilowatt hour.

Floyd County ranks 21st out of 159 counties in Georgia for total natural gas generation, with 49,614.17 megawatt hours generated using the fuel source.

Floyd County ranks 622nd out of 3230 counties in the United States for total production of electricity from non-renewable sources, with 198,722.01 of the county's -23,278 megawatt hours coming from those fuel types.

Floyd County is the 27th most populated county in Georgia.

Floyd County generates -2.23 megawatt hours per citizen of the county from renewable fuels. This makes Floyd County the 85th highest ranking county for renewable generation per capita in Georgia out of 159 counties.

The usage of renewable fuel types for electricity generation in Floyd County grew by 196.28% last year.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    1,302,241 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    13.1 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    444,144,845 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    4,466.33 kg

Recent Electricity Rates and Production Changes in Rome

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Rome Electricity Pricing Data

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Rate for March, 2024

13.64¢ per kWh

  • 2.71% higher than last month
  • 0.45% lower than March last year
  • 1.16% higher than the Georgia average
  • 19.83% lower than the US average
  • 580th in the state out of 674 cities
  • The state rank has increased by 23 since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 5 since March last year
  • 9,326th in the US out of 31,812 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 716 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 2,356 since March last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Rate

14.45¢ per kWh

  • 0.04% lower than last month
  • 4.73% lower than March last year
  • 2.22% higher than the Georgia average
  • 12.93% lower than the US average
  • 638th in the state out of 674 cities
  • The state rank is the same since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 5 since March last year
  • 14,945th in the US out of 31,812 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 126 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 3,775 since March last year

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Bill for March, 2024

$105.35 per month

  • 12.26% lower than last month
  • 7.19% lower than March last year
  • 0.75% lower than the Georgia average
  • 12.44% lower than the US average
  • 438th in the state out of 674 cities
  • The state rank has increased by 12 since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 26 since March last year
  • 9,458th in the US out of 31,812 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 1,648 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 2,242 since March last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Bill

$143.54 per month

  • 0.47% lower than last month
  • 7.63% lower than March last year
  • 0.28% higher than the Georgia average
  • 6.28% higher than the US average
  • 524th in the state out of 674 cities
  • The state rank is the same since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 21 since March last year
  • 19,364th in the US out of 31,812 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 556 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 4,620 since March last year

Rome, GA Electricity Overview

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On average, citizens living in Rome are billed a residential electricity rate of 14.45 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is above the Georgia average rate of 13.62 cents per kilowatt hour, it is less than the United States average of 16.07 cents. The city deals with an average of 1 power outages per consumer per year. These outages go on for an average of 133.1 minutes. In comparison, the nationwide average is 1.27 outages per consumer and 137.24 minutes each outage. Selling an estimated 48,483.74 megawatt hours, Georgia Power is the largest electricity supplier in the city.

For every citizen in the city there are 4,466.33 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This ranks the city 94th worst in the state out of 675 cities for pollution per capita. This comes to a total pollution amount of 167,527,417.47 kilograms. The residents of Rome have to use power from outside city limits because they don't have any electricity facilities within the city boundaries.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Rome

Rome residential electric rates are highest in July and the highest average bill is in July.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.193/kWh$0.081/kWh$266.98/mo.$78.37/mo.
638th14.45¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Rome
524th$143.54Average residential monthly electricity bill for Rome Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Rome, Georgia

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Georgia PowerBUNDLED14.56143.528,346,366.584,128,195,231

Zips with electric coverage in Rome, Georgia include: 30165, 30161, 30173, 30149

Lindale CDP, GA Electricity Overview

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On average, citizens living in Lindale CDP are billed a residential electricity rate of 14.45 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is above the Georgia average rate of 13.62 cents per kilowatt hour, it is less than the United States average of 16.07 cents. The city deals with an average of 1 power outages per consumer per year. These outages go on for an average of 133.1 minutes. In comparison, the nationwide average is 1.27 outages per consumer and 137.24 minutes each outage. Selling an estimated 8,358.14 megawatt hours, Georgia Power is the largest electricity supplier in the city.

For every citizen in the city there are 4,466.33 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This ranks the city 13th worst in the state out of 675 cities for pollution per capita. This comes to a total pollution amount of 21,934,126.4 kilograms. The residents of Lindale CDP have to use power from outside city limits because they don't have any electricity facilities within the city boundaries.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Lindale CDP

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.193/kWh$0.081/kWh$266.98/mo.$78.37/mo.
638th14.45¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Lindale CDP
524th$143.54Average residential monthly electricity bill for Lindale CDP Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Lindale CDP, Georgia

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Georgia PowerBUNDLED14.56143.528,346,366.584,128,195,231

Zips with electric coverage in Lindale CDP, Georgia include: 30161, 30173, 30147

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Shannon CDP, GA Electricity Overview

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On average, citizens living in Shannon CDP are billed a residential electricity rate of 14.45 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is above the Georgia average rate of 13.62 cents per kilowatt hour, it is less than the United States average of 16.07 cents. The city deals with an average of 1 power outages per consumer per year. These outages go on for an average of 133.1 minutes. In comparison, the nationwide average is 1.27 outages per consumer and 137.24 minutes each outage. Selling an estimated 7,511.59 megawatt hours, Georgia Power is the largest electricity supplier in the city.

For every citizen in the city there are 4,466.33 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This ranks the city 94th worst in the state out of 675 cities for pollution per capita. This comes to a total pollution amount of 8,825,459.94 kilograms. The residents of Shannon CDP have to use power from outside city limits because they don't have any electricity facilities within the city boundaries.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Shannon CDP

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.193/kWh$0.081/kWh$266.98/mo.$78.37/mo.
638th14.45¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Shannon CDP
524th$143.54Average residential monthly electricity bill for Shannon CDP Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Shannon CDP, Georgia

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Georgia PowerBUNDLED14.56143.528,346,366.584,128,195,231

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Electricity Production in Floyd County, Georgia

Power Plants in Floyd County, Georgia

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions per MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Inland Paperboard Packaging RomeInland Paperboard - Rome Mill (100.00%)
Floyd County GA Residual Fuel Oil 416,001143,825,200.51345.73
Floyd County GA Conventional Hydroelectric -439,279

Floyd County, Georgia Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

For every citizen in the county there are 4,466.33 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electricity use. Total emissions in the county are 444,144,844.58 kilograms, which is the 30th worst total amount of emissions for all counties in Georgia. Residual Fuel Oil makes up 639.27% of the fuel used for electricity generation in Floyd County. Black Liquour and Wood/Wood Waste Solids make up the next highest amounts of fuel used at 590.50% and 342.91% of total electricity generation, respectively. Floyd County is home to 2 electricity generation plants, which is the 32nd highest number of plants within a county in Georgia.

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NATURAL GAS
-213.14%
WOOD/WOOD WASTE SOLIDS
-342.91%
BLACK LIQUOUR
-590.50%
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-639.27%

Energy Loss

The 2 companies in Floyd County who report energy loss statistics had an average of 4.20% of energy generated lost due to heat dissipation or other causes during transmission. The United States average energy loss is 2.87%. This earned Floyd County a rank of 1001st best in the country out of 3230.

Power Companies in Floyd County, Georgia

Providers In Each City in Floyd County:

  • Cave Spring, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 100.00%
  • Rome, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 100.00%

* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.

FAQ

What electricity company is the largest provider in Floyd County, Georgia?

By total revenue, Georgia Power is the largest electricity company in Floyd County, Georgia.

How many power plants are located within Floyd County, Georgia?

Floyd County, Georgia is home to 2 power plants producing electricity for the county and other surrounding areas.

How many electric companies offer service in Floyd County, Georgia?

Floyd County, Georgia has 2 electricity suppliers offering service in the area.

Which electricity companies offer service in Floyd County, Georgia?

County Customers RankProviderEst. County Customers
1Georgia Power24,910
2North Georgia Electric3,722

Ginalyn Gelera
Last Reviewed By: Ginalyn Gelera
Published: 2024-05-30