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Madison County, Georgia Electricity Rates & Statistics

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Madison County, Georgia Electricity Overview

With total production of 373,551 megawatt hours, Madison County is the 965th highest generator of electricity in the US out of 3230 counties.

Madison County generates 373,551 megawatt hours of electricity from renewable fuel sources. This ranks Madison County 508th highest producing county in the nation out of 3230 counties for total sustainable electricity generation.

Madison County generates 12.49 megawatt hours per capita each year, making it the 778th highest county out of 3230 counties for production per capita in the country.

Madison County comes in as the 583rd highest pollution level from electricity consumption in the US, emitting 530,087,346.52 kilograms of CO2 gases.

Consumers in Madison County deal with an average of 1.03 outages lasting 95.21 minutes per year, compared to the national averages of 1.45 outages at 171.11 minutes per outage.

The US national average residential rate per kilowatt hour sits at 16.12 cents, while residents of Madison County benefit from an average rate that is 19.15% less at 13.03 cents per kilowatt hour.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    392,617 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    13.13 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    373,551 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    373,551 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    12.49 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    530,087,347 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    17,725.12 kg

Recent Electricity Rates and Production Changes in Royston

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Royston Electricity Pricing Data

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Rate for April, 2024

14.5¢ per kWh

  • 6.25% higher than last month
  • 7.12% higher than April last year
  • 2.85% higher than the Georgia average
  • 14.27% lower than the US average
  • 595th in the state out of 672 cities
  • The state rank has dropped by 36 since last month
  • The state rank has dropped by 29 since April last year
  • 14,033rd in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 4,687 since last month
  • The national rank has dropped by 2,546 since April last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Rate

14.53¢ per kWh

  • 0.56% higher than last month
  • 3.83% lower than April last year
  • 6.34% higher than the Georgia average
  • 9.86% lower than the US average
  • 625th in the state out of 672 cities
  • The state rank is the same since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 7 since April last year
  • 15,730th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 724 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 2,330 since April last year

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Bill for April, 2024

$111.63 per month

  • 5.96% higher than last month
  • 11.46% higher than April last year
  • 1.06% lower than the Georgia average
  • 0.99% lower than the US average
  • 440th in the state out of 672 cities
  • The state rank has dropped by 79 since last month
  • The state rank has dropped by 77 since April last year
  • 18,502nd in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 9,147 since last month
  • The national rank has dropped by 5,869 since April last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Bill

$144.5 per month

  • 0.67% higher than last month
  • 6.7% lower than April last year
  • 0.56% lower than the Georgia average
  • 6.19% higher than the US average
  • 440th in the state out of 672 cities
  • The state rank has dropped by 2 since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 31 since April last year
  • 19,808th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 480 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 3,749 since April last year

Royston, GA Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity rate for Royston is about 14.53 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is higher than the state average rate of 13.67 cents per kilowatt hour, it is below the US average of 16.12 cents. Consumers in Royston are faced with 1.19 electrical outages per year with outages lasting on average 126.36 minutes. Selling an estimated 5,092.18 megawatt hours, Georgia Power is the largest supplier in the city.

Emissions in Royston average 4,475.59 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity consumption, which ranks them as the 321st worst polluting city out of 675 cities in Georgia based on emissions per capita. Total emissions in the city are 11,708,149.61 kilograms, which is the 254th worst total amount of pollution for any city in the state. The inhabitants of Royston have to import electricity from outside city limits because there are not any electricity producing facilities within the city.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Royston

Royston 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.
625th14.53¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Royston
440th$144.5Average residential monthly electricity bill for Royston Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Royston, Georgia

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Georgia PowerBUNDLED14.62144.428,447,190.824,159,793,258

Comer, GA Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity rate for Comer is about 14.53 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is higher than the state average rate of 13.67 cents per kilowatt hour, it is below the US average of 16.12 cents. Consumers in Comer are faced with 1.19 electrical outages per year with outages lasting on average 126.36 minutes. Selling an estimated 5,025.28 megawatt hours, Georgia Power is the largest supplier in the city.

Emissions in Comer average 4,475.59 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity consumption, which ranks them as the 8th worst polluting city out of 675 cities in Georgia based on emissions per capita. Total emissions in the city are 7,621,933.79 kilograms, which is the 309th worst total amount of pollution for any city in the state. The inhabitants of Comer have to import electricity from outside city limits because there are not any electricity producing facilities within the city.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Comer

Comer 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.
625th14.53¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Comer
440th$144.5Average residential monthly electricity bill for Comer Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Comer, Georgia

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Georgia PowerBUNDLED14.62144.428,447,190.824,159,793,258

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Danielsville, GA Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity rate for Danielsville is about 14.48 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is higher than the state average rate of 13.67 cents per kilowatt hour, it is below the US average of 16.12 cents. Consumers in Danielsville are faced with 1.09 electrical outages per year with outages lasting on average 104.1 minutes. Georgia Power sells an estimated 2,280.05 megawatt hours in the city per year, which is more than any other electricity provider.

Emissions in Danielsville average 4,475.59 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity consumption, which ranks them as the 321st worst polluting city out of 675 cities in Georgia based on emissions per capita. Total emissions in the city are 3,741,595.21 kilograms, which is the 405th worst total amount of pollution for any city in the state. The inhabitants of Danielsville have to import electricity from outside city limits because there are not any electricity producing facilities within the city.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Danielsville

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.192/kWh$0.081/kWh$265.93/mo.$78.72/mo.
316th14.48¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Danielsville
166th$144.32Average residential monthly electricity bill for Danielsville Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Danielsville, Georgia

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Georgia PowerBUNDLED14.62144.428,447,190.824,159,793,258
Jackson EMCBUNDLED11.37133.363,303,315375,485,000

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Electricity Production in Madison County, Georgia

Power Plants in Madison County, Georgia

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions per MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
GRP Madison Renewable Energy FacilityGRP Madison Renewable Energy Facility, LLC (100.00%)
Madison County GA Wood/Wood Waste Solids 369,741523,587,472.81,416.09
Madison County GA Solar 3,810

Madison County, Georgia Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Emissions in Madison County average 17,725.12 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident from electricity use, which ranks them as the 72nd worst polluting county in the nation based on emissions per capita. Total emissions in the county are 530,087,346.52 kilograms, which is the 23rd worst total amount of pollution for any county in the state. The county has 2 electricity generation plants, which is 26th highest in the state. Madison County's fuel of choice is Wood/Wood Waste Solids, with 98.98% of electricity generation coming from the fuel type.

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98.98%
SOLAR
Solar
1.02%

Madison County, Georgia Net Metering

There are 3 companies in Madison County providing electricity. Of those 3, 66.67% of them offer some type of net metering option for their customers, making solar panels and alternative electric sources more economically feasible. The state of Georgia has above average state level net metering legislation.

Energy Loss

The average energy loss for providers in Madison County is 3.44%. This includes data from 3 providers, including Jackson EMC, Georgia Power, and Hart Electric Member Corp. With a state average energy loss of 3.69%, Madison County is the 15th best county in the state for energy loss efficiency.

Power Companies in Madison County, Georgia

Providers In Each City in Madison County:

  • Colbert, Georgia:
    • Jackson EMC: 2.58%
    • Georgia Power: 97.42%
  • Comer, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 100.00%
  • Danielsville, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 98.43%
    • Jackson EMC: 1.57%
  • Hull, Georgia:
    • Jackson EMC: 100.00%
  • Ila, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 100.00%
  • Royston, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 100.00%

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

FAQ

How many power plants are in Madison County, Georgia?

Madison County, Georgia has 2 active electricity plants producing electricity for the county and other surrounding areas.

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

The largest electricity company in Madison County, Georgia by megawatt hours sold is Jackson EMC.

What electricity companies offer service in Madison County, Georgia?

County Customers RankProviderEst. County Customers
1Jackson EMC69,018
2Georgia Power14,093
3Hart Electric Member Corp1,206

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

There are 3 electricity providers operating in Madison County, Georgia.

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Last Reviewed By: King Manalo
Published: 2024-07-20