Worth County, Georgia Electric Profile

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Consumers in Worth County deal with an average of 2.19 outages lasting 339.1 minutes per year, compared to the US averages of 1.21 outages at 122.99 minutes each.

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When calculating by number of customers, Georgia Power is the largest provider in Worth County.

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With a population of 20,247 residents, Worth County is the 89th largest county by population in the state and the 1867th largest in the US.

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Residents in Worth County use roughly 527.03% of the electricity that the county generates.

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With total production of 49,416 megawatt hours, Worth County is the 56th largest generator of electricity of all 159 counties in Georgia.

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Worth County ranks 89th out of 159 counties in the state for total electricity usage, with its citizens using over 200,000 megawatt hours.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    260,439 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    12.86 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    49,416 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    49,416 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    2.44 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    80,401,137 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    3,971.01 kg

Sylvester, GA Electric Overview

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Sylvester has an average residential electricity rate of 16.03 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 31.23% above the average Georgia price of 12.22 cents and 19.18% more than the national average of 13.45. Customers in the city have an average monthly residential electricity bill of $165.59. This is 37.72% above the US average bill of $120.24. Selling 62,599.32 megawatt hours per year, City of Sylvester Utilities is the largest provider in the city.

Sylvester has no electricity plants within its borders. Roughly 4,900.92 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita are released in the city from electricity use, ranking them as the 14th highest polluter in the state out of 625 cities. Total emissions in the city are 28,743,909.01 kilograms, which is the 149th worst total amount of pollution for all cities in the state.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Sylvester

Sylvester residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in November.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.154/kWh$0.081/kWh$203.19/mo.$78.37/mo.
625th16.03¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Sylvester
625th$165.59Average residential monthly electricity bill for Sylvester Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Sylvester, Georgia

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City of Sylvester UtilitiesBUNDLED30.93239.57No DataIcon representing missing value.25,085.347,759,145.83
Crisp County Power CommissionBUNDLED11.63154.42No DataIcon representing missing value.145,99316,975,800
Georgia PowerBUNDLED12.77130.38No DataIcon representing missing value.28,207,1243,600,820,699
Mitchell Electric BUNDLED14.41165.85No DataIcon representing missing value.289,60141,737,100

Omega, GA Electric Overview

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Omega's average residential electricity price per kilowatt hour is 11.71 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 4.13% less than Georgia's average price of 12.22 cents and 12.93% less than the US average of 13.45 cents. With 79 residential customers, Georgia Power is the largest electricity provider in the city. Consumers in Omega experience 1.03 power outages per year with outages lasting on average 120.4 minutes.

Electricity use in Omega results in the release of 5,959,521.46 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year, which is the 342nd highest in Georgia out of 625 cities. More telling of the city’s pollution reality, is the per resident CO2 emission amount. That amount stands at 4,900.92 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which results in them being the 14th highest polluting city in Georgia for CO2 emissions per capita. There are zero electricity generation plants in The city.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Omega

Omega residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in November.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.154/kWh$0.081/kWh$203.19/mo.$78.37/mo.
46th11.71¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Omega
134th$127.64Average residential monthly electricity bill for Omega Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Omega, Georgia

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Colquitt Electric MembershipBUNDLED10.48124.23No DataIcon representing missing value.880,40392,307,200
Doerun, Georgia Electric UtilityBUNDLED16.45146.3No DataIcon representing missing value.4,056.59667,115.76
Georgia PowerBUNDLED12.77130.38No DataIcon representing missing value.28,207,1243,600,820,699

Poulan, GA Electric Overview

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Poulan's average residential electricity price per kilowatt hour is 15.69 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 28.42% more than Georgia's average price of 12.22 cents and 16.64% more than the US average of 13.45 cents. The average monthly residential power bill for a customer in the city is $163.89 per month, while the nationwide average is $120.24. Customers in Poulan pay 36.30% more compared to other residents of the country. The city is faced with an average of 2.19 power outages per customer a year. These outages are an average of 339.1 minutes. In contrast, the US average is 1.21 outages per consumer and 122.99 minutes per outage.

Electricity use in Poulan results in the release of 3,749,205.52 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year, which is the 395th highest in Georgia out of 625 cities. More telling of the city’s pollution reality, is the per resident CO2 emission amount. That amount stands at 4,900.92 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which results in them being the 14th highest polluting city in Georgia for CO2 emissions per capita. There are zero electricity generation plants in The city.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Poulan

Poulan residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in November.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.154/kWh$0.081/kWh$203.19/mo.$78.37/mo.
624th15.69¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Poulan
624th$163.89Average residential monthly electricity bill for Poulan Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Poulan, Georgia

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City of Sylvester UtilitiesBUNDLED30.93239.57No DataIcon representing missing value.25,085.347,759,145.83
Crisp County Power CommissionBUNDLED11.63154.42No DataIcon representing missing value.145,99316,975,800
Georgia PowerBUNDLED12.77130.38No DataIcon representing missing value.28,207,1243,600,820,699
Mitchell Electric BUNDLED14.41165.85No DataIcon representing missing value.289,60141,737,100

Energy Production in Worth County, Georgia

Power Plants in Worth County, Georgia

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Worth County, Georgia Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Worth County’s electricity consumption results in CO2 pollution totaling 80,401,136.84 kilograms, which is the 1962nd most of any county in the United States. The county also ranks 2055th worst in emissions per capita, averaging 3,971.01 kilograms of CO2 emissions emissions per capita. The county has one power producing plant, which is 1044th most in the United States and 806th most when considering plants per person in the county. Worth County's primary fuel used for electricity production is Conventional Hydroelectric. The county produces 49,416 megawatt hours, or 100.00% of the total generation in the county, from this fuel type.

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Worth County, Georgia Net Metering

There are 5 companies in Worth County providing electricity. Of those 5, 80.00% of them offer some type of net metering option for their customers, making solar panels and alternative electric sources more economically viable. Residents of Georgia have commendable net metering laws that allow them to take advantage of some additional benefits of personal solar.

Energy Loss

There are 5 electricity providers in Worth County that report energy loss, including Georgia Power, Mitchell Electric , and Crisp County Power Commission. Together, these 5 electricity providers average an annual energy loss of 5.04% of electricity generated. The countrywide average energy loss is 2.76%. This earned Worth County a rank of 141st best in Georgia out of 159 counties.

Providers In Each City in Worth County:

  • Omega, Georgia:
    • Georgia Power: 49.11%
    • Colquitt Electric Membership: 49.11%
    • Doerun, Georgia Electric Utility: 1.78%
  • Poulan, Georgia:
    • Mitchell Electric : 28.23%
    • Georgia Power: 28.23%
    • Crisp County Power Commission: 28.23%
    • City of Sylvester Utilities: 15.30%
  • Sumner, Georgia:
    • Mitchell Electric : 33.33%
    • Georgia Power: 33.33%
    • Crisp County Power Commission: 33.33%
  • Sylvester, Georgia:
    • Mitchell Electric : 27.60%
    • Georgia Power: 27.60%
    • Crisp County Power Commission: 27.60%
    • City of Sylvester Utilities: 17.20%
  • Warwick, Georgia:
    • Mitchell Electric : 33.33%
    • Georgia Power: 33.33%
    • Crisp County Power Commission: 33.33%

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

FAQ

Which electricity company is the largest provider in Worth County, Georgia?

The largest electricity provider in Worth County, Georgia by megawatt hours sold is Georgia Power.

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

There are 5 electricity suppliers serving consumers in Worth County, Georgia.

Which electricity companies offer service in Worth County, Georgia?

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1Georgia Power25,474
2Mitchell Electric 7,293
3Crisp County Power Commission3,566
4Colquitt Electric Membership784
5Irwin EMC84

How many power plants are within Worth County, Georgia?

There is one active electricity plant located in Worth County, Georgia

Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-11-16