Brown County, Nebraska Electric Profile
Brown County is the 861st highest producing county out of 3220 counties in the nation when it comes to megawatt hours generated using sustainable fuel sources.
Brown County averages 41.31 megawatt hours generated from wind turbines per person, which is 197th highest county out of 3220 counties in the US.
Brown County residents pay an average residential monthly electricity bill of $141.72, which is 17.87% higher than the US average bill of $120.24.
On average, Brown County citizens are accountable for 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita, while the statewide average emissions per capita is 8,884.41.
Brown County is the 68th largest county in the state.
By megawatt hours sold, the largest supplier in Brown County is KBR Rural Public Power District.
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Ainsworth, NE Electric Overview
Citizens living in Ainsworth are paying an average residential electricity price of 11.37 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 4.66% more than the average Nebraska rate of 10.87 cents, a potentially frustrating state of affairs for consumers living in the city. Nebraska Public Power District sells 2,338.16 megawatt hours in the city a year, more than any other electricity provider.
Emitting 14,996,884.88 kilograms of CO2 emissions per year, Ainsworth is the 71st highest out of 580 cities in the state for total pollution from electricity consumption. A better measurement of pollution is the CO2 emissions per resident in the city, which amounts to 8,884.41 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person per year. Using this measurement Ainsworth is the 251st highest polluting city in Nebraska. There are zero power plants in The city.
Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Ainsworth
Ainsworth residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in March.
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Long Pine, NE Electric Overview
The average residential electricity rate for Long Pine is roughly 11.37 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 15.46% lower than the average national rate of 13.45 cents. With 35 total residential customers, Nebraska Public Power District is the largest supplier in the city. Long Pine has the 305th highest population in the state, with 275 residents residing within its borders.
On average, Long Pine residents emit 8,884.41 kilograms of CO2 emissions from the use of electricity, which makes it the 251st highest polluting city out of 580 cities in Nebraska. This adds up to total emissions of 2,443,212.88 kilograms of CO2 emissions, ranking the city 303rd highest for total pollution in Nebraska. The city is home to zero electricity producing plants.
Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Long Pine
Long Pine residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in March.
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Johnstown, NE Electric Overview
On average, inhabitants living within Johnstown are billed a residential electricity rate of 12.57 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 15.72% more than the state's average rate of 10.87 cents and 6.52% lower than the national average of 13.45 cents. The US average monthly residential electric bill is $120.24, while the Johnstown average is 16.17% higher at $139.68 per month. Johnstown consumes 738.57 megawatt hours for their electricity needs, making Johnstown the 521st largest consuming city out of 580 cities in the state.
Electricity use in Johnstown results in 408,682.88 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This is the 518th most of any city in Nebraska. Additionally, the city ranks 251st highest in Nebraska for pollution per citizen, which could be argued to be the more important statistic. The city does not produce any electricity in the city boundaries, causing it to be tied for last in the state for the total number of power plants in a city.
Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Johnstown
Johnstown residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.
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Electric Companies With Service in Johnstown, Nebraska
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||City Production (MWh)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)|
|KBR Rural Public Power District||BUNDLED||12.57||139.68||44,350.79||5,576,463.07|
Energy Production in Brown County, Nebraska
Power Plants in Brown County, Nebraska
|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions per MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Ainsworth WindNebraska Public Power District (100.00%)
Brown County, Nebraska Details
Brown County's main fuel source utilized for electricity generation is Wind. The county produces 100.00% of the total generation in the county from this fuel source. Electricity consumption in the county creates 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This is the 2960th most of any county in the United States. Additionally, the county ranks 2960th highest in the US for emissions per resident, which could be argued to be the more important statistic. They average 0 kilograms of emissions per person. Brown County has one electricity producing plant in the county. This is the 1432nd highest number of power plants within a county and the 248th highest number of power plants per person, out of 3220 counties, in the US.
What electricity companies offer service in Brown County, Nebraska?
How many electric companies offer service in Brown County, Nebraska?
Brown County, Nebraska is home to 2 electricity providers operating in the area.
What electricity company is the largest provider in Brown County, Nebraska?
The largest electricity provider in Brown County, Nebraska by total customer count is KBR Rural Public Power District.
How many power plants are located within Brown County, Nebraska?
Brown County, Nebraska has one power plant producing electricity for the county and surrounding areas.