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Electricity In Oklahoma
- Total Consumption63,073,387 MWh / 15.94 MWh per capita
- CO2 Equivalent Emissions21,131,180,390 kg
- Total Production81,433,970 MWh / 20.58 MWh per capita
Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Oklahoma
Oklahoma residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in August.
Energy Profile of Oklahoma
Oklahoma's Electricity Prices and Usage
The Oklahoma electricity rate in 2021 currently averages 11.49 cents per kilowatt hour while the nationwide average price is 13.33 cents. Oklahoma ranks as the 17th lowest priced state in the United States based on average electricity rate. While there are 89 electric companies who operate in Oklahoma, the electricity market is regulated and consumers have only one electricity supplier choice based on their location. With a population of 3,956,971 citizens, the state is the 28th largest state by population in the nation. Oklahoma is the 9th highest ranked state in the country for electricity consumption per person, with a yearly average of 15.94 megawatt hours consumed per person living in the state. The state ranks as the 26th highest polluting state in the country based on total CO2 equivalent output, with over 21,131,180,389.86 kilograms of CO2 equivalent gases emitted from electricity consumption. The state is ranked 11th in the country for percentage of electricity produced from sustainable fuels, creating 42.52% of their electricity from these renewable sources.
Electricity Providers in Oklahoma
|Provider||Rate (¢)||Average Bill ($)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)||State Emissions (KG)|
|Oklahoma Gas & Electric||13.20||143.07||8,888,491||1,172,983,932||16,479,116.06||22,060,323,587.09|
|Public Service Company of Oklahoma||9.44||101.25||6,252,659||589,990,911||5,947,031||14,074,595,642.36|
|Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||11.28||147.01||843,046||95,110,000||432,731,743.22|
|Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative||10.41||146.46||564,272||58,743,000||231,492,431.41|
|Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||11.51||134.87||509,198||58,592,000||234,076,146.52|
|East Central Oklahoma Electric||11.41||134.05||427,477||48,794,000||180,904,281.19|
|Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative||9.95||132.52||361,547||35,973,500||261,833,997.69|
|Central Rural Electric Cooperative||9.56||154.78||341,316||32,622,000||195,309,028.98|
Power Plants in Oklahoma
|Plant||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (KG)||Emissions per MWh (KG/MWh)||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Oneta Energy CenterOneta Power LLC (100.00%)
Redbud Power PlantOklahoma Municipal Power Authority (13.00%)Grand River Dam Authority (36.00%)Oklahoma Gas & Electric (51.00%)
ChouteauAssociated Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
NortheasternPublic Service Company of Oklahoma (100.00%)
Kiamichi Energy FacilityTenaska Oklahoma I LP (99.00%)
Green Country Energy LLCGreen Country OP Services LLC (100.00%)
SoonerOklahoma Gas & Electric (100.00%)
MuskogeeOklahoma Gas & Electric (100.00%)
McClain Energy FacilityOklahoma Gas & Electric (77.00%)Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (23.00%)
GRECGrand River Dam Authority (100.00%)
Oklahoma generates 31,349,527.64 megawatts from wind energy. That is sufficient to rank it 3rd in the US for wind electricity generation.
Over the past 12 months, there has been a 10.42% decrease in the use of non-renewable fuel types for electricity production in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma generates 8,718,326.98 megawatt hours of electricity from the use of coal, ranking Oklahoma as the 28th largest generator of electricity from coal in the United States.
Consumers living in Oklahoma consume a total of over 63,000,000 megawatt hours for statewide electricity needs.
Regrettably, over the course of the last 12 months, carbon dioxide emissions from electricity use in Oklahoma have risen by 377,507,662.09 kilograms (1.40%).
Oklahoma uses only 77.45% of the electricity produced in the state.
|County||Population||Providers||Plants||Rate (¢)||Avg. Electric Bill|
|Adair County||22,194||20 providers||10.80||$115.48/mo|
|Alfalfa County||5,702||18 providers||10.47||$134.15/mo|
|Atoka County||13,758||16 providers||11.04||$132.90/mo|
|Beaver County||5,311||13 providers||3||13.06||$116.29/mo|
|Beckham County||21,859||11 providers||12.26||$122.15/mo|
|Blaine County||9,429||12 providers||11.79||$111.04/mo|
|Bryan County||47,995||16 providers||1||11.24||$128.02/mo|
|Caddo County||28,762||12 providers||8||11.14||$119.28/mo|
|Canadian County||148,306||12 providers||4||11.89||$126.45/mo|
|Carter County||48,111||19 providers||11.10||$127.30/mo|
|Cherokee County||48,657||15 providers||1||10.78||$113.20/mo|
|Choctaw County||14,672||12 providers||1||11.11||$126.80/mo|
|Cimarron County||2,137||7 providers||17.14||$169.01/mo|
|Cleveland County||284,014||14 providers||1||11.57||$125.79/mo|
|Coal County||5,495||9 providers||10.98||$131.26/mo|
|Comanche County||120,749||17 providers||1||11.00||$123.81/mo|
|Cotton County||5,666||20 providers||11.40||$124.08/mo|
|Craig County||14,142||20 providers||10.74||$118.18/mo|
|Creek County||71,522||16 providers||10.94||$127.14/mo|
|Custer County||29,003||11 providers||11.76||$115.76/mo|
|Delaware County||43,009||15 providers||10.49||$114.85/mo|
|Dewey County||4,891||13 providers||5||12.00||$112.84/mo|
|Ellis County||3,859||14 providers||1||12.90||$117.01/mo|
|Garfield County||61,056||17 providers||6||11.58||$133.10/mo|
|Garvin County||27,711||15 providers||11.22||$130.61/mo|
|Grady County||55,834||14 providers||5||11.20||$126.40/mo|
|Grant County||4,333||22 providers||2||11.91||$126.05/mo|
|Greer County||5,712||10 providers||1||12.19||$109.56/mo|
|Harmon County||2,653||14 providers||11.86||$98.27/mo|
|Harper County||3,688||18 providers||4||12.08||$116.62/mo|
|Haskell County||12,627||9 providers||11.11||$127.10/mo|
|Hughes County||13,279||9 providers||10.79||$129.55/mo|
|Jackson County||24,530||18 providers||12.33||$106.53/mo|
|Jefferson County||6,002||15 providers||11.49||$122.34/mo|
|Johnston County||11,085||9 providers||10.90||$127.30/mo|
|Kay County||43,538||21 providers||8||12.11||$112.91/mo|
|Kingfisher County||15,765||12 providers||3||11.44||$112.49/mo|
|Kiowa County||8,708||12 providers||11.52||$112.42/mo|
|Latimer County||10,073||9 providers||11.17||$127.14/mo|
|Le Flore County||49,853||14 providers||1||10.97||$120.58/mo|
|Lincoln County||34,877||18 providers||2||11.37||$126.44/mo|
|Logan County||48,011||12 providers||1||11.35||$128.39/mo|
|Love County||10,253||17 providers||1||11.04||$127.47/mo|
|Major County||7,629||15 providers||11.12||$110.50/mo|
|Marshall County||16,931||14 providers||11.14||$130.88/mo|
|Mayes County||41,100||11 providers||5||10.83||$118.44/mo|
|McClain County||40,474||14 providers||1||11.29||$124.09/mo|
|McCurtain County||32,832||13 providers||2||11.02||$123.93/mo|
|McIntosh County||19,596||10 providers||11.20||$128.94/mo|
|Murray County||14,073||8 providers||3||11.11||$133.04/mo|
|Muskogee County||67,997||11 providers||3||11.13||$122.20/mo|
|Noble County||11,131||17 providers||2||11.82||$122.77/mo|
|Nowata County||10,076||17 providers||10.82||$121.88/mo|
|Okfuskee County||11,993||13 providers||1||10.88||$129.81/mo|
|Oklahoma County||797,434||12 providers||1||11.76||$130.46/mo|
|Okmulgee County||38,465||11 providers||11.16||$126.30/mo|
|Osage County||46,963||27 providers||3||10.58||$122.20/mo|
|Ottawa County||31,127||11 providers||10.44||$114.35/mo|
|Pawnee County||16,376||11 providers||11.06||$125.72/mo|
|Payne County||81,784||15 providers||4||11.50||$128.67/mo|
|Pittsburg County||43,654||12 providers||1||10.91||$130.47/mo|
|Pontotoc County||38,284||11 providers||10.94||$126.76/mo|
|Pottawatomie County||72,592||13 providers||11.48||$124.43/mo|
|Pushmataha County||11,096||12 providers||1||11.16||$125.80/mo|
|Roger Mills County||3,583||13 providers||3||12.26||$123.34/mo|
|Rogers County||92,459||11 providers||1||11.04||$123.20/mo|
|Seminole County||24,258||9 providers||1||10.98||$125.23/mo|
|Sequoyah County||41,569||15 providers||2||11.12||$123.97/mo|
|Stephens County||43,143||18 providers||1||11.48||$124.72/mo|
|Texas County||19,983||9 providers||3||14.37||$139.70/mo|
|Tillman County||7,250||17 providers||11.31||$108.36/mo|
|Tulsa County||651,552||17 providers||4||10.75||$122.50/mo|
|Wagoner County||81,289||13 providers||1||11.09||$121.10/mo|
|Washington County||51,527||17 providers||9.92||$115.62/mo|
|Washita County||10,916||9 providers||1||11.55||$116.33/mo|
|Woods County||8,793||16 providers||2||10.69||$126.63/mo|
|Woodward County||20,211||15 providers||6||12.08||$115.64/mo|
Electricity generation in the state of Oklahoma results in 21,131,180,389.86 kilograms of CO2 equivalent gases. This is the 26th most of any state in the nation. Additionally, the state ranks 21st highest in the country in emissions per capita, which could be argued to be the more important metric. Approximately 46.73% of Oklahoma’s electricity is produced using Natural Gas. Wind and Coal are the second and third most often used fuel types, respectively, for electricity generation. Wind makes up 31,349,527.64 megawatt hours (38.50%) of electricity generation and Coal accounts for 8,718,326.98 megawatt hours (10.71%) of total generation in the state. Oklahoma has 118 power producing plants within its borders. This is the 30th highest number of plants within a state and the 28th highest number of power plants per citizen in the US.
FAQ: Common Questions About Energy in Oklahoma
What is the average electric bill in Oklahoma?
The Oklahoma average electricity bill is $126 so far in 2021, while the countrywide average is $120.
What is a good electricity rate in Oklahoma?
The average electric rate in Oklahoma is 11.49 cents per kilowatt hour, so anything below this amount is better than most. The lowest priced provider is currently Burlington, Oklahoma Electric Utility, at 6.37 cents per kilowatt hour.
Where does Oklahoma get its electricity?
Oklahoma’s electricity is generated using mainly Natural Gas, which makes up 46.73% of the fuel used in the state.