Neshoba County, MS: Electricity Rates, Providers & More

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Neshoba County, Mississippi Electricity Overview

Citizens of Neshoba County consume enough electricity to emit 6,426.75 kilograms of CO2 gases per person, compared to the Mississippi average of 6,426.75.

Residents in Neshoba County face an average of 5.37 outages lasting 333.56 minutes per year, compared to the nationwide averages of 1.27 outages at 137.24 minutes per outage.

No electricity generation takes place in Neshoba County.

Residents in Neshoba County, on average, pay $168.41 per month for residential electricity, compared to the Mississippi average of $158.19.

Central Electric Power Association is the largest electricity supplier in Neshoba County when calculated by megawatt hours sold.

The nationwide average residential price per kilowatt hour is 16.12 cents, while residents of Neshoba County benefit from an average rate that is 17.12% less at 13.36 cents per kilowatt hour.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    496,928 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    17.05 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    187,359,010 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    6,426.75 kg

Recent Electricity Rates and Production Changes in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Electricity Pricing Data

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Rate for April, 2024

14.85¢ per kWh

  • 2.8% higher than last month
  • 3.98% higher than April last year
  • 1.44% higher than the Mississippi average
  • 12.19% lower than the US average
  • 228th in the state out of 428 cities
  • The state rank has increased by 32 since last month
  • The state rank has dropped by 100 since April last year
  • 15,252nd in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 733 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 279 since April last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Rate

13.68¢ per kWh

  • 0.35% higher than last month
  • 2.05% higher than April last year
  • 2.35% higher than the Mississippi average
  • 15.12% lower than the US average
  • 129th in the state out of 428 cities
  • The state rank has increased by 5 since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 165 since April last year
  • 10,215th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 10 since last month
  • The national rank has dropped by 214 since April last year

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Bill for April, 2024

$116.57 per month

  • 4.24% lower than last month
  • 2.07% lower than April last year
  • 0.99% lower than the Mississippi average
  • 3.39% higher than the US average
  • 231st in the state out of 428 cities
  • The state rank has dropped by 11 since last month
  • The state rank has dropped by 132 since April last year
  • 20,484th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 2,419 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 1,912 since April last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Bill

$156.64 per month

  • 0.13% lower than last month
  • 2.99% higher than April last year
  • 0.51% lower than the Mississippi average
  • 15.11% higher than the US average
  • 92nd in the state out of 428 cities
  • The state rank has increased by 12 since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 166 since April last year
  • 25,753rd in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 52 since last month
  • The national rank has dropped by 3,922 since April last year

Philadelphia, MS Electricity Overview

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Inhabitants who call Philadelphia home spend, on average, 13.68 cents per kilowatt hour for their electricity, which ranks the city 129th out of 429 cities in Mississippi. Selling an estimated 73,464.77 megawatt hours, Philadelphia, MS Utilities is the largest provider in the city. Consumers in Philadelphia deal with 5.37 power outages per year with outages lasting an average of 333.56 minutes.

Tracking emissions on a per capita basis shows us the emissions efficiency of a city. Philadelphia averages 6,426.75 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity use. This results in a total emissions amount from electricity use of 45,674,904.16 kilograms of CO2 emissions. The city has no electricity production sources, resulting in the need to import the 121,142.44 megawatt hours the residents consume annually.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Philadelphia

Philadelphia residential electric rates are highest in April and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.148/kWh$0.098/kWh$220.03/mo.$97.47/mo.
129th13.68¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Philadelphia
92nd$156.64Average residential monthly electricity bill for Philadelphia Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Philadelphia, Mississippi

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Central Electric Power AssociationBUNDLED13.31168.85464,508.961,827,923.56
Philadelphia, MS UtilitiesBUNDLED13.82144.0133,660.184,653,031.52

Pearl River CDP, MS Electricity Overview

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Inhabitants who call Pearl River CDP home spend, on average, 13.43 cents per kilowatt hour for their electricity, which ranks the city 85th out of 429 cities in Mississippi. Central Electric Power Association sells an estimated 16,092.39 megawatt hours in the city per year, which is more than any other electricity supplier. The electricity grid in the city has an average of 5.37 outages per customer each year, with outages lasting around 333.56 minutes per outage. The US averages of these two data points are 1.27 outages a year and 137.24 minutes each outage.

Tracking emissions on a per capita basis shows us the emissions efficiency of a city. Pearl River CDP averages 6,426.75 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity use. This results in a total emissions amount from electricity use of 24,961,492.58 kilograms of CO2 emissions. The city has no electricity production sources, resulting in the need to import the 66,204.76 megawatt hours the residents consume annually.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Pearl River CDP

Pearl River CDP residential electric rates are highest in April and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.146/kWh$0.101/kWh$237.21/mo.$106.06/mo.
85th13.43¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Pearl River CDP
398th$168.88Average residential monthly electricity bill for Pearl River CDP Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Pearl River CDP, Mississippi

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Central Electric Power AssociationBUNDLED13.31168.85464,508.961,827,923.56

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Union, MS Electricity Overview

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Inhabitants who call Union home spend, on average, 14.28 cents per kilowatt hour for their electricity, which ranks the city 359th out of 429 cities in Mississippi. Mississippi Power sells an estimated 27,716.7 megawatt hours in the city per year, which is more than any other electricity supplier. The electricity grid in the city has an average of 3.06 outages per customer each year, with outages lasting around 264.34 minutes per outage. The US averages of these two data points are 1.27 outages a year and 137.24 minutes each outage.

Tracking emissions on a per capita basis shows us the emissions efficiency of a city. Union averages 6,426.75 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident due to electricity use. This results in a total emissions amount from electricity use of 17,673,559.37 kilograms of CO2 emissions. The city has no electricity production sources, resulting in the need to import the 46,875.15 megawatt hours the residents consume annually.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Union

Union residential electric rates are highest in April and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.161/kWh$0.102/kWh$239.17/mo.$104.16/mo.
359th14.28¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Union
167th$161.02Average residential monthly electricity bill for Union Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Union, Mississippi

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Central Electric Power AssociationBUNDLED13.31168.85464,508.961,827,923.56
Mississippi PowerBUNDLED14.18160.532,133,301.92302,468,603
Southern Pine ElectricBUNDLED13.55161.42925,607.41125,420,642

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Neshoba County, Mississippi Details

Energy Loss

The average energy loss for electricity providers in Neshoba County is 9.15%. This includes data from 3 suppliers, including Central Electric Power Association, Philadelphia, MS Utilities, and East Mississippi Electric Power. With a nationwide average energy loss of 2.87%, Neshoba County is ranked as the 2817th best county in the United States for energy loss efficiency.

FAQ

Which electricity companies offer service in Neshoba County, Mississippi?

County Customers RankProviderEst. County Customers
1Central Electric Power Association11,405
2Philadelphia, MS Utilities3,812
3East Mississippi Electric Power63

What electricity company is the largest supplier in Neshoba County, Mississippi?

By total revenue, Central Electric Power Association is the largest electricity company in Neshoba County, Mississippi.

How many electric companies offer service in Neshoba County, Mississippi?

There are 3 electricity companies serving customers in Neshoba County, Mississippi.

Matt Hope
Last Reviewed By: Matt Hope
Published: 2024-06-10