Clinton County, Kentucky Electricity Rates & Statistics

Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics

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Clinton County, Kentucky Electricity Overview

Clinton County's average residential price per kilowatt hour is 16.86% below the national average price, at 12.02 cents per kilowatt hour compared to 14.46 cents.

When comparing annual CO2 emissions per capita, Clinton County had a 2.01% increase over the preceding 12 months.

Clinton County residents are responsible for 13,436.56 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person each year, making them the 232nd highest polluting county out of 3221 counties in the country based on per capita pollution.

South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation is the largest electricity provider in Clinton County when calculated by megawatt hours sold.

Clinton County ranks 100th out of 120 counties in the state for total consumption, with its population using 157,171.68 megawatt hours.

No electricity production takes place in Clinton County.


  • Total Consumption

    157,172 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    16.99 MWh


  • CO2 Emissions

    124,328,454 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    13,436.56 kg

Albany, KY Electricity Overview

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Albany's residents pay an average residential electricity rate of 12.07 cents per kilowatt hour. This is 1.66% lower than Kentucky's average rate of 12.28 cents, ranking the city at 404th best for average electricity rate out of 556 cities in the state. South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation sells an estimated 1,342.98 megawatt hours in the city per year, which is more than any other provider. The average residential electric bill for a resident in the city is $128.36 per month, while the Kentucky average is $138.33.

Albany emits 13,436.56 kilograms of CO2 pollution per capita from electricity use, which makes it the 30th highest polluting city out of 556 cities in Kentucky based on emissions per capita. This adds up to total emissions of 23,648,338.81 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electricity use, ranking the city 177th highest for total pollution in Kentucky. The city is home to zero power plants.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Albany

Albany residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in December.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.137/kWh$0.093/kWh$192.93/mo.$75.41/mo.
404th12.07¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Albany
222nd$128.36Average residential monthly electricity bill for Albany Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Albany, Kentucky

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative CorporationBUNDLED12.07128.36811,20697,930,846

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Clinton County, Kentucky Details

Clinton County, Kentucky Net Metering

Of the 2 electricity companies in Clinton County, only one of them report that they offer net metering crediting. Residents of Kentucky have highly restricted net metering regulations that allow them to take advantage of additional benefits of personal solar.

Energy Loss

Energy loss in Clinton County is about 3.23% of the total energy transmitted by the one company that reports energy loss. The nationwide average for energy loss is 2.76% while the state average is 3.52%, resulting in a rank of 498th best in the country and a state rank of 23rd best out of 3221 and 120 counties, respectively.


What electricity companies offer service in Clinton County, Kentucky?

How many electric companies offer service in Clinton County, Kentucky?

There are 2 electricity companies offering service in Clinton County, Kentucky.

Which electricity company is the largest provider in Clinton County, Kentucky?

The largest electricity provider in Clinton County, Kentucky by total customer count is South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation.

Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2022-10-18