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About Amicalola EMC
Amicalola EMC supplies electricity to 10 counties and is classified as an electricity cooperative. A total of 50,829 customers (10.18% commercial customers and 89.82% residential customers) are provided electricity by the company. On average, Amicalola EMC's customers purchase residential electricity for 11.37 cents per kilowatt hour, resulting in the company ranking 23rd out of 95 providers in the state and 1126th out of 2923 in the nation. They had total sales and disposition of 807,278 megawatt hours in 2020, of which 750,747 megawatt hours were via sales to end users. The megawatt hours sourced by the provider primarily came from megawatt hours that they acquired by way of wholesale channels. They purchased 807,278 on the wholesale market. In 2020 the supplier had total electricity related revenue of $90,007,200, with 96.42% from retail sales.
The average residential electricity bill for a consumer of Amicalola EMC is $133.05 per month. Electricity production is not part of the Amicalola EMC business model, as they purchase electricity at wholesale rates from other providers to then be resold to their end users.
Amicalola EMC allows consumers to take part in net metering programs. This makes it easier for residents in the area to install solar and other electricity options as they have the ability to sell unneeded wattage back into the grid.
All companies who transmit electricity suffer from some amount of energy loss via heat dissipation or alternative factors. Amicalola EMC is no different, as they have a yearly loss of roughly 6.87% of the total electricity they produce. These averages enable us to compare and contrast the numerous suppliers who operate throughout the United States. Amicalola EMC has earned a rank of 1272nd best out of 3509 companies who report energy loss in the nation and 52nd best out of 94 in Georgia.
Amicalola EMC Rate & Electric Bills
Amicalola EMC residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.
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Amicalola EMC Overview
- Company Type:Cooperative
- Headquarters:544 Highway 515 South
Jasper, Georgia 30143
United States of America
- CEO:Todd Payne
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- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Cherokee County
- Forsyth County
- Bartow County
- Gordon County
- Murray County
- Major Cities Served:See all cities
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Amicalola EMC's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
1272 National Rank
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Amicalola EMC State Coverage
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Amicalola EMC FAQ:
Who is the CEO of Amicalola EMC?
The current CEO of Amicalola EMC is Todd Payne.
How many counties does Amicalola EMC have customers in to?
Amicalola EMC supplies electricity in 10 counties throughout the country including Georgia.
How much is the average bundled bill for Amicalola EMC customers each month?
Amicalola EMC currently has an average monthly bundled electric bill of $133.05, compared to the Georgia average of $134.37 and the US of $134.37 for bundled service.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Amicalola EMC customers?
Amicalola EMC's current average bundled electricity rate is 11.37 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average state bundled rate of 12.86 cents and the average US rate of 13.71 cents.
What is the phone number for Amicalola EMC?
You can reach Amicalola EMC by phone via (706) 253-5200.
What cities does Amicalola EMC have customers in to?
Amicalola EMC provides electricity to 10 cities in the nation.