Electricity Rates in Oklahoma
Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
Electricity Companies & Statistics in Oklahoma
- Population see rank3,959,353
- Total Production see rank86,327,936 MWh / 21.8 MWh per capita
- Total Consumption see rank67,817,228 MWh / 17.13 MWh per capita
- Total Production from Renewable see rank41,186,763 MWh / 10.4 MWh per capita
- CO2 Emissions from Consumption see rank21,565,892,635 kg / 5,446.82 kg per capita
- Total Production from Non-Renewable see rank45,141,173 MWh / 11.4 MWh per capita
Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Oklahoma
Oklahoma residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in May.
Historical Electricity Rates:
Oklahoma Electricity Fuel Mix
Oklahoma's Electricity Prices and Usage
Citizens in Oklahoma enjoy a lower residential electricity rate than most people around the country, with an average state electricity rate of 11.88 cents per kilowatt hour compared to the United States average rate of 14.46 cents. There are over 90 electric vendors that call the state home, but because of the electricity market regulations in place citizens often have only one or two provider choices determined by their location. Oklahoma has made improvements with a 23.76% increase throughout the previous year in the usage of renewable fuels for electricity generation. The state is ranked 10th in the country for percentage of electricity produced from renewable fuels, creating 47.71% of their electricity from these sustainable sources. With annual generation of 86,327,936.13 megawatt hours, the state of Oklahoma is the 18th largest generator of electricity in the nation. Oklahoma Gas & Electric is the largest electricity supplier in the state based on total residential customers.
Residential Electricity Providers in Oklahoma
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)|
|Oklahoma Gas & Electric||BUNDLED||11.77||132.59||9,364,100||1,102,498,226||15,405,071.74|
|Public Service Company of Oklahoma||BUNDLED||11.58||128.86||6,542,341||757,440,325||7,711,580.01|
|Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||12.89||168.47||872,704||112,490,000|
|Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||10.24||147.69||590,190||60,447,000|
|Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||11.41||135.32||523,466||59,709,000|
|East Central Oklahoma Electric||BUNDLED||11.39||126.35||412,542||46,993,000|
|Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||10.20||130.7||351,717||35,880,100|
|Central Rural Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||10.30||154.46||321,079||33,078,400|
Commercial Electricity Providers in Oklahoma
|Provider||Service Type||Commercial Rate (¢)||Commercial Average Bill ($)||Commercial Sales (MWh)||Commercial Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)|
|Oklahoma Gas & Electric||BUNDLED||9.51||681.69||9,462,935||899,801,336||15,405,071.74|
|Public Service Company of Oklahoma||BUNDLED||8.44||599.59||6,370,220||537,393,872||7,711,580.01|
|Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||11.88||593.56||321,966||38,253,000|
|Cimarron Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||11.56||632.98||263,470||30,444,000|
|Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Oklahoma)||BUNDLED||12.56||293.3||256,679||32,235,600|
|Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||10.23||413.94||193,964||19,835,000|
|Central Rural Electric Cooperative||BUNDLED||10.68||361.93||181,547||19,387,800|
|Cotton Electric Coop||BUNDLED||9.46||327.73||161,179||15,239,600|
Power Plants in Oklahoma
|Plant||City/County||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (KG)||Emissions/MWh (KG/MWh)||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
|Mayes County||Natural Gas||4,827,290||1,874,972,889.58||388.41|
NortheasternPublic Service Company of Oklahoma (100.00%)
|Pittsburg County||Natural Gas||4,719,547||1,904,944,255.06||403.63|
Oneta Energy CenterArgo Infrastructure Partners (100.00%)
Green Country Energy LLCJohn Hancock (50.00%)
Residents of the state consume over 67,800,000 megawatt hours for statewide electricity needs, ranking Oklahoma as the 23rd highest consuming state in the country.
Natural gas makes up 39.23% of the electricity generation in Oklahoma, resulting in a ranking of 15th in the US for total natural gas generation.
The 45,141,172.68 megawatt hours of electricity produced by non-renewable fuels puts Oklahoma at 25th worst in the country in non-renewable energy production.
Wind turbines in Oklahoma produce 38,489,046.79 megawatt hours of electricity, the 3rd highest in the country.
Oklahoma generates 11,250,406.81 megawatt hours from coal per year. That is 2.84 megawatt hours per person in the state and makes Oklahoma the 21st highest ranked state for electricity generation from coal per capita.
Oklahoma averages 9.72 megawatt hours generated from wind per person, which is 6th highest in the country.
|County||Population||Providers||Plants||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Avg. Electric Bill|
|Le Flore County||48,129||8||2||11.74||$129.70/mo|
|Roger Mills County||3,442||4||3||13.02||$135.44/mo|
Oklahoma citizens average 5,446.82 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident from electricity use, which is sufficient to rank them 20th worst in the United States in this category. Total emissions from electricity consumption in the state is 21,565,892,634.56 kilograms each year, which is the 26th worst total amount of emissions for all states. Wind makes up 44.58% of the fuel types used for electricity generation in the state of Oklahoma. Natural Gas and Coal are the second and third most used fuels for electricity generation. Natural Gas makes up 33,864,944.06 megawatt hours (39.23%) of electricity generation and Coal makes up 11,250,406.81 megawatt hours (13.03%) of total production in the state. Oklahoma has the 30th most electricity plants of any state in the country, with 116 total power plants. This translates to the 26th most power plants per citizen in the United States.
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FAQ: Common Questions About Electricity in Oklahoma
What is a good electricity rate in Oklahoma?
A good electricity rate in Oklahoma would be somewhere below the state average of 11.88 cents per kilowatt hour. Anything below that amount would be better than most other rates in the state. Currently, the varying rates in the state range from 4.33 cents per kilowatt hour up to 23.14 cents per kilowatt hour.
Where does Oklahoma get its electricity?
The main fuel types used for electricity production in Oklahoma are Wind (44.58%), Natural Gas (39.23%) and Coal (13.03%).
What is the average electric bill in Oklahoma?
In 2022, Oklahoma has an average electricity bill of $134.
How many electric companies offer service in Oklahoma?
There are 87 electricity companies offering service in Oklahoma.
What electricity company is the largest supplier in Oklahoma?
The largest electricity company in Oklahoma by total customer count is Oklahoma Gas & Electric.
What is the cheapest electricity company in Oklahoma?
|Residential Rate Rank||Provider||Residential Rate (¢)||State Customers|
|1||Copan Public Works Authority||4.33||398|
|2||Burlington, Oklahoma Electric Utility||5.76||76|
|4||City of Cushing Electric||8.72||3,979|
|5||Municipal Utility Board Pryor||9.07||4,820|
|6||Tahlequah Public Works Authority||9.14||11,002|
|7||Fairview, Oklahoma Electric Utility||9.15||1,619|
|10||Spiro, Oklahoma Electric Utility||10.03||1,068|
How many power plants are within Oklahoma?
Oklahoma is home to 116 active power plants producing electricity for the state.
What power companies are in Oklahoma?
|State Customers Rank||Provider||State Customers|
|1||Oklahoma Gas & Electric||811,889|
|2||Public Service Company of Oklahoma||570,983|
|3||Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||61,120|
|5||Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative||40,775|
|6||Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative||38,344|
|7||East Central Oklahoma Electric||35,098|
|8||CKenergy Electric Cooperative||25,967|
|9||Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative||25,441|
Does Oklahoma have a deregulated electricity market?
No, the state has a regulated market, where residents' electricity company options are often determined by their location or state legislation.