Elliott County, Kentucky Electricity Rates & Statistics

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Elliott County, Kentucky Electricity Overview

The largest supplier in Elliott County by number of customers is Grayson RECC.

While the national average residential electricity rate is 14.46 cents per kilowatt hour, Elliott County's average rate is 4.48% lower than at 13.81 cents per kilowatt hour.

With a population of 7,354 citizens, Elliott County is the 2709th most populated county in the nation.

There was a 2.01% increase in CO2 emissions per capita in the previous 12 months in Elliott County.

Citizens of Elliott County use enough electricity to emit 13,436.56 kilograms of CO2 gases per capita, which is the 16th highest amount of pollution from electric use for a county in Kentucky.

Emitting 98,812,433.87 kilograms of CO2 gases, Elliott County has the 107th worst pollution level due to electricity use out of 120 counties in Kentucky.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    124,915 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    16.99 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    98,812,434 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    13,436.56 kg

Sandy Hook, KY Electricity Overview

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Residents who call Sandy Hook home pay an average residential electricity rate of 13.78 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 12.29% above the average Kentucky rate of 12.28 cents. With an estimated 17 residential customers, Grayson RECC is the largest electricity provider in the city. Sandy Hook is home to 641 residents, which is the 315th largest population for a city in the state.

Coming in at as the 315th worst ranked city out of 556 cities in Kentucky, Sandy Hook releases 8,612,832.49 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electricity consumption each year. More telling of the city's pollution reality is the per capita CO2 emission amount. That amount stands at 13,436.56 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which results in them being the 4th ranked city in the state for CO2 emissions released per capita. The city has zero power plants currently operating within the city.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Sandy Hook

Sandy Hook residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in May.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.138/kWh$0.131/kWh$137.74/mo.$117.02/mo.
494th13.78¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Sandy Hook
320th$135.9Average residential monthly electricity bill for Sandy Hook Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Sandy Hook, Kentucky

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Grayson RECCBUNDLED13.78135.9167,38623,074,000

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Elliott County, Kentucky Details

Elliott County, Kentucky Net Metering

There are 2 companies in Elliott County offering electricity. Of those 2, 2 of them offer some type of net metering option for their customers, making solar panels and alternative electric sources more economically viable. The state has restricted net metering and feed in tariffs that make solar and other types of electricity generation more feasible.

Energy Loss

Elliott County electricity providers who report energy loss average roughly 2.78% of their energy lost per year. The nationwide average energy loss is 2.76%. This earned Elliott County a rank of 341st best in the United States out of 3221.

Power Companies in Elliott County, Kentucky

FAQ

What electricity company is the largest supplier in Elliott County, Kentucky?

The largest electricity provider in Elliott County, Kentucky by total customer count is Grayson RECC.

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

There are 2 electricity providers operating in Elliott County, Kentucky.

What electricity companies offer service in Elliott County, Kentucky?

County Customers RankProviderEst. County Customers
1Grayson RECC3,930
2Kentucky Power198

Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2022-09-24