New York Green 12
- Rate 17.19¢ / kWh
- Contract Length 12 mo.
- Effective Date Jul 2022
- Green Energy 100%
- Plan seen in New York
- Terms and Conditions
Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
New York residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in January.
The New York residential electricity rate in 2022 currently averages 20.05 cents per kilowatt hour and the US average price is 13.99 cents. New York ranks 44th in the nation for average electricity rate. The state features a deregulated electricity market, where customers are able to choose from multiple electricity vendors out of the over 60 providers that service the state. New York has had a 3.86% decline in the past 12 months in the usage of renewable fuels for electricity production. Con Edison sells 20,987,682 megawatt hours in the state each year, more than any other electricity provider. The state has 20,201,249 residents, which is the 4th largest population for a state in the United States. In the past 12 months, coal usage for the purpose of electricity generation in the state has decreased by 100.00%.
There are 20639 plans. Plans are subject to change at any time and these may not be the plans currently offered.
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)|
|Long Island Power Authority||BUNDLED||22.75||175.46||9,486,200||2,158,534,544||1,457,414.55|
|New York State Electric & Gas||BUNDLED||13.59||102.04||6,170,361||838,464,844||86,675|
|Rochester Gas and Electric||BUNDLED||14.06||99.02||2,366,882||332,716,000||1,569|
|Central Hudson Gas and Electric||BUNDLED||20.96||145.36||1,817,377||380,909,000||68,373|
|Orange & Rockland||BUNDLED||20.42||136.2||1,105,190||225,628,004|
|Plant||City/County||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (KG)||Emissions/MWh (KG/MWh)||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Robert Moses NiagaraNew York Power Authority (100.00%)
|Niagara County||Conventional Hydroelectric||16,425,549|
James A FitzpatrickExelon Corporation (100.00%)
Robert Moses Power DamNew York Power Authority (100.00%)
|St. Lawrence County||Conventional Hydroelectric||7,314,309|
Bethlehem Energy CenterPSEG (100.00%)
|Albany County||Natural Gas||5,305,298||1,961,012,863.18||369.63||Yes|
Cricket Valley EnergyCricket Valley Energy Holdings LLC (100.00%)
|Dutchess County||Natural Gas||5,003,988||1,844,623,577.72||368.63|
CPV Valley Energy CenterCompetitive Power Ventures (100.00%)
|Orange County||Natural Gas||4,332,888||1,604,818,318.91||370.38|
NorthportNational Grid (100.00%)
|Fort Salonga CDP||Natural Gas||3,949,147||2,306,388,934.14||584.02||Yes|
Sithe Independence StationVistra Energy (100.00%)
|Oswego County||Natural Gas||3,522,189.31||1,264,194,454.18||358.92|
The monthly residential electricity bill average in New York is $120.19 compared to the US average bill of $123.86. New York customers enjoy a 2.97% lower average bill each month compared to the rest of the country.
New York produces 1,235,819.39 megawatt hours from solar energy, making it 17th in the United States for total megawatt hours produced using solar power.
New York ranks 3rd in hydroelectric power production, generating 27,591,578.53 megawatt hours a year from hydroelectric plants.
New York is the 11th ranked generator of nuclear power electricity in the nation.
Customers living in New York consume a grand total of 141,400,000 megawatt hours for their electricity needs.
New York is the 49th worst polluting state based on emissions per capita. The state emits 1,723.88 kilograms per person per year of CO2 gases.
|County||Population||Providers||Plants||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Avg. Electric Bill|
|New York County||1,694,251||8||1||25.68||$128.93/mo|
|St. Lawrence County||108,505||9||1||16.76||$112.82/mo|
New York's main fuel used for electricity production is Natural Gas. They generate 57,055,184.74 megawatt hours, or 45.56% of the total generation in the state, from this fuel source. Nuclear and Conventional Hydroelectric make up 24.87% and 22.03% of electricity production, respectively. Emissions in the state average 1,723.88 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita due to electricity use, which ranks them as the 49th worst polluting state based on emissions per capita. A total of 34,824,523,908.9 kilograms of CO2 emissions are from the state. This is enough to rank 16th highest in the country for total emissions from electricity consumption. New York is home to 60 electricity plants, which is the 12th highest in the country and 50th most when counting power plants per person.
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|Residential Rate Rank||Provider||Residential Rate (¢)||State Customers|
|2||Penn Yan, New York Electric Utility||4.14||3,099|
|4||Skaneateles, New York Electric Utility||4.23||1,646|
|6||Andover, New York Electric Utility||4.37||598|
|7||Mohawk Municipal Commission||4.59||1,324|
New York has a deregulated electricity market, meaning residents in the state can often choose from an abundance of electricity providers for their electricity needs.
The main fuels used for electricity generation in New York are Natural Gas, Nuclear and Conventional Hydroelectric, making up 45.56%, 24.87% and 22.03% respectively.
The average price per kilowatt hour of electricity in New York in 2022 is 20.05 cents.
New York is home to 62 electricity companies serving customers in the area.
The largest electricity provider in New York by total customer count is Con Edison.
The New York average electric bill is $120 so far in 2022.
There are 60 electricity plants in New York.
|State Customers Rank||Provider||State Customers|
|3||Long Island Power Authority||1,148,516|
|4||New York State Electric & Gas||768,368|
|5||Rochester Gas and Electric||301,855|
|6||Central Hudson Gas and Electric||254,714|
|7||Orange & Rockland||154,879|
|8||Jamestown Board of Public Utility||18,963|