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Alaska Power and Telephone

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About Alaska Power and Telephone

Alaska Power and Telephone is an investor owned entity. The largest county served by Alaska Power and Telephone is Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, but the company also provides electricity in 4 counties in the state. A total of 8,404 customers (32.15% commercial properties and 67.85% residential accounts) purchase their electricity from the company. On average, Alaska Power and Telephone's patrons pay a residential electricity rate of 37.61 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 138.65% more than the US average price of 15.76 cents. There were a total of 73,691 megawatt hours sold to retail customers in 2022 by the supplier. The electricity produced in the company's power plants made up 31.56% of the electricity sourced by the company. The purchase of wholesale electricity made up an additional 68.44%. Their revenue in 2022 from electricity activities was $26,360,000, with $23,750,000 from retail sales to end users.

The average residential power bill for a customer of Alaska Power and Telephone is $151.28 per month. The provider generates 73.49% of their total production, which is 55,516.5 megawatt hours, from sustainable fuel sources. Alaska Power and Telephone is the 1125th largest electricity company out of 3526 providers in the nation based on customer count. The supplier is able to produce 55,516.5 megawatt hours from hydroelectric power sources, which ranks them as the 110th largest generator of hydroelectric power in the country out of 3526 suppliers.

Energy Loss

Alaska Power and Telephone currently loses roughly 8.06% of the electricity that they generate. The state average for energy loss is 4.46% and the US average is 2.87%. This results in Alaska Power and Telephone getting a ranking of 36th best out of 54 electricity suppliers in Alaska and 1344th best out of 3526 companies in the United States.

Alaska Power and Telephone Rate & Electric Bills

Alaska Power and Telephone residential electric rates are highest in December and the highest average bill is in December.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.468/kWh$0.263/kWh$206.08/mo.$89.30/mo.
2913th37.61¢Alaska Power and Telephone's Average residential price per kWh
2274th$151.28Average monthly electricity bill for Alaska Power and Telephone's residential customers

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Alaska Power and Telephone Overview

  • Company Type:Investor Owned
  • Headquarters:5 Gustavus Road
    Gustavus, Alaska 99826
    United States of America
  • CEO:Michael Garrett

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    Quick Facts About Alaska Power and Telephone

    Alaska Power and Telephone is the 12th largest producer of megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel types in the state.

    As the 382nd highest generator of electricity in the country, Alaska Power and Telephone produces 75,546.5 megawatt hours of electricity.

    Energy Loss

    Alaska Power and Telephone's energy loss due to business operations.

    -8.06%

    Total Energy Loss

    6,609MWh

    1344 National Rank

    Alaska Power and Telephone Energy Makeup

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    Alaska Power and Telephone State Coverage

    StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
    Alaska8,40425,634,5238100%

    Alaska Power and Telephone County Coverage

    CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
    Copper River Census Area2,635336.42$148.17/mo
    Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area5,886236.73$150.87/mo
    Skagway Municipality1,329137.71$151.24/mo
    Southeast Fairbanks Census Area6,849237.18$153.38/mo

    Power Plants Owned by Alaska Power and Telephone

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Craig AK Conventional Hydroelectric 20,403
    Skagway Municipality AK Conventional Hydroelectric 15,751
    Tok CDP AK Distillate Fuel Oil 11,2878,010,150.29709.68
    AK Conventional Hydroelectric 8,774
    Hiilangaay HydroAlaska Power and Telephone (50.00%)Haida Corporation (50.00%)
    Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area AK Conventional Hydroelectric 6,417
    Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area AK Conventional Hydroelectric 5,437
    Skagway CDP AK Distillate Fuel Oil 4,0231,584,116.79393.77
    Craig AK Distillate Fuel Oil 1,8251,387,722.76760.4
    Klawock Power Generation StationAlaska Power and Telephone (100.00%)
    Klawock AK Distillate Fuel Oil 1,212942,928.42777.99
    Northway CDP AK Distillate Fuel Oil 1,131916,628.96810.46

    Alaska Power and Telephone Fuel Makeup

    CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    73.49%
    DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    26.51%

    Cities Alaska Power and Telephone Has Coverage

    * City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.

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    Alaska Power and Telephone FAQ:

    What is the average bundled electricity rate for Alaska Power and Telephone customers?

    Alaska Power and Telephone's current average bundled electricity rate is 37.61 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average Alaska bundled rate of 23.77 cents and the average national rate of 15.76 cents.

    How much is the average bundled bill for Alaska Power and Telephone customers each month?

    Currently, the average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of Alaska Power and Telephone is $151.28. The state average bundled bill is $142.92 and the national average is $142.92.

    What is the phone number for Alaska Power and Telephone?

    Alaska Power and Telephone's customer service phone number is (866) 793-4179

    How many counties does Alaska Power and Telephone have customers in in?

    There are 4 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Alaska Power and Telephone.

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with Alaska Power and Telephone?

    Alaska Power and Telephone owns or is associated with 15 power plants.

    Who is the CEO of Alaska Power and Telephone?

    Michael Garrett is the current CEO of Alaska Power and Telephone.

    What percentage of Alaska Power and Telephone's electricity is generated using renewable fuels?

    Alaska Power and Telephone generates 73.49% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources.

    What percentage of Alaska Power and Telephone's electricity is produced from nonrenewable fuel types?

    Alaska Power and Telephone produces 26.51% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.

    What cities does Alaska Power and Telephone supply electricity to?

    Alaska Power and Telephone supplies in 10 cities throughout the nation including Alaska.

    Fernando García
    Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
    Published: 2024-06-30