Hancock County, Georgia Electricity Rates & Statistics
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Hancock County, Georgia Electricity Overview
Hancock County is the 2700th worst polluting county in the US based on emissions per person. The county emits 1,375.78 kilograms per capita per year of CO2 gases.
With a national average residential electricity bill of $137.99, Hancock County residents, on average, pay about 6.94% more than the rest of the country per month for electricity.
Hancock County is the 41st highest producing county in Georgia out of 159 counties when it comes to megawatt hours generated from renewable fuels.
When calculating by number of customers, Georgia Power is the largest supplier in Hancock County.
Citizens in Hancock County deal with an average of 1.47 outages lasting 135.7 minutes each year, compared to the national averages of 1.27 outages at 137.24 minutes an outage.
Hancock County has seen a 57.11% increase in hydroelectric power production during the past 12 months.
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Sparta, GA Electricity Overview
On average, residents living within Sparta are billed a residential electricity rate of 14.34 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 5.05% above the state's average rate of 13.65 cents. This makes the city 449th lowest for average electricity rate out of 675 cities in Georgia. The average monthly residential electric bill for a citizen in the city is $149.21 per month, while the Georgia average is $145.42. Customers in Sparta pay 2.60% more compared to other residents in Georgia. Selling an estimated 2,667.14 megawatt hours, Georgia Power is the largest electricity supplier in the city.
Sparta emits 4,485.9 kilograms of CO2 pollution per capita due to electricity consumption, which makes it the 403rd worst polluting city out of 675 cities in the state based on emissions per capita. This comes to a total pollution amount of 9,263,377.31 kilograms of CO2 emissions. Electricity companies servicing Sparta must turn to power produced in nearby cities and rural areas, since no power production takes place in the city boundaries.
Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Sparta
Sparta residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in February.
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Electric Companies With Service in Sparta, Georgia
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|Rayle Electric Membership Corporation
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Electricity Production in Hancock County, Georgia
Power Plants in Hancock County, Georgia
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Wallace DamGeorgia Power (100.00%)
Hancock County, Georgia Details
Hancock County emits 1,375.78 kilograms of CO2 pollution per capita from electricity use, which makes it the 146th highest polluting county out of 159 counties in the state based on emissions per capita. This equals a total pollution amount from electricity use of 11,903,237.11 kilograms of CO2 emissions. The main fuel consumed in Hancock County is Conventional Hydroelectric. They generate 77,867 megawatt hours from this fuel type. There is one power plant in Hancock County.
What electricity companies offer service in Hancock County, Georgia?
What electricity company is the largest supplier in Hancock County, Georgia?
The largest electricity company in Hancock County, Georgia by megawatt hours sold is Georgia Power.
How many electric companies offer service in Hancock County, Georgia?
There are 4 electricity suppliers operating in Hancock County, Georgia.
How many power plants are in Hancock County, Georgia?
There is one active power plant in Hancock County, Georgia