Bowling Green Electric

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About Bowling Green Electric

Bowling Green Electric supplies electricity in Wood County, Ohio. A total of 12,866 residential accounts, 1,816 commercial customers and 73 industrial accounts are provided electricity by the company. Bowling Green Electric's customers are billed an average residential electricity price of 14.76 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 15.37% above the average Ohio price of 12.79 cents. In 2020 the company had sales to end users totaling 483,454 megawatt hours and wholesale sales of 483,454 megawatt hours. During the same timeframe, Bowling Green Electric procured 502,012 megawatt hours by way of wholesale electricity channels. In 2020, the supplier earned 97.50% of their revenue from retail electricity sales to end users and 0.85%from wholesale customers. Their revenue from all electricity related activities was $58,149,000.

The Ohio average monthly residential electricity bill is $117.24, while the Bowling Green Electric average is 17.46% below at $95.26 per month. This is the 36th lowest average monthly bill amount for a supplier in the state. Dams and other hydroelectric facilities owned or operated by the electric supplier generate 49,800.71 megawatt hours, ranking the provider as the 118th largest producer of hydroelectric power in the nation out of 3509 providers. The supplier generates 99.82% of their total generation, which is 49,800.71 megawatt hours, from sustainable fuel sources. Electricity production facilities owned by the supplier use non-renewable fuel types to generate 0.18% of their total electricity generation, or 87.5 megawatt hours. They rank 605th in the nation out of 3509 suppliers.

Energy Loss

Bowling Green Electric reported a yearly loss of around 2.52% of the electricity that they transmit. Loss of energy due to heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is a reality of being in the electricity generation industry and providers must report these losses. This percentage of electricity lost earns them a rank of 275th best out of 3509 suppliers who report energy loss in the US and 25th best out of 167 in the state.

Bowling Green Electric Rate & Electric Bills

Bowling Green Electric residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in November.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.148/kWh$0.137/kWh$95.26/mo.$84.87/mo.
2466th14.76¢Bowling Green Electric's Average residential price per kWh
885th$95.26Average monthly electricity bill for Bowling Green Electric's residential customers

Bowling Green Electric Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:515 East Wooster
    Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
    United States of America
  • Director/Superintendent:Michael Aspacher

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Quick Facts About Bowling Green Electric

Bowling Green Electric is the 404th largest generator of electricity in the United States out of 3509 providers, producing 49,888.2 megawatt hours.

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Energy Loss

Bowling Green Electric's energy loss due to business operations.

-2.52%

Total Energy Loss

12,670MWh

275 National Rank

Bowling Green Electric Energy Makeup

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Bowling Green Electric State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Ohio14,75556,697,00016100%

Bowling Green Electric County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Wood County132,2486815.31$126.76/mo

Power Plants Owned by Bowling Green Electric

Bowling Green Electric Fuel Makeup

CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
99.82%
DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
Distillate Fuel Oil
0.18%

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Bowling Green Electric FAQ:

What percentage of Bowling Green Electric's electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuel types?

Power generation plants owned by or associated with Bowling Green Electric produce 0.18% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuels.

What is the phone number for Bowling Green Electric?

Bowling Green Electric's customer service phone number is (419) 354-6260

How much is the average bundled bill for Bowling Green Electric customers each month?

Currently, the average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of Bowling Green Electric is $95.26. The state average bundled bill is $117.24 and the nationwide average is $117.24.

Who is the CEO of Bowling Green Electric?

The current CEO of Bowling Green Electric is Michael Aspacher.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Bowling Green Electric customers?

Bowling Green Electric's current average bundled electricity rate is 14.76 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average Ohio bundled rate of 12.79 cents and the average US rate of 14.11 cents.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Bowling Green Electric?

There are 4 power plants associated with or owned by Bowling Green Electric.

What percentage of Bowling Green Electric's electricity is generated using renewable fuels?

Electric production plants owned by or associated with Bowling Green Electric produce 99.82% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.

Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
Published: 2022-08-01