Clark Public Utilities: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

Clark Public Utilities

Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics

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About Clark Public Utilities

With their main offices in Vancouver, Washington, Clark Public Utilities provides electricity to 8 cities throughout Clark County, Washington and is classified as a political subdivision. Clark Public Utilities charges their consumers a residential electricity rate of 9.46 cents per kilowatt hour on average. Thankfully for their patrons, this price is below both the state and the national average prices of 11.30 and 15.73 cents per kilowatt hour, respectively. In 2022 they sold 12.46% of their total megawatt hours disposed to other suppliers in the wholesale market. The electricity sourced by the company is made up of multiple sources including megawatt hours they produce in their electricity facilities and supplementary megawatt hours acquired on wholesale channels. Of the electricity sourced these two categories comprise 29.31% and 70.69%, respectively. In 2022 they had total electricity related revenue of $446,017,000, with 88.38% coming from retail sales and 11.05% from wholesale electricity sales.

The national average monthly residential electric bill is $135.39, while the Clark Public Utilities average is 28.27% less at $97.12 per month. By megawatt hours produced, Clark Public Utilities is the 14th largest supplier out of 75 providers in the state. With 1,831,019 megawatt hours produced from non-renewable fuels, Clark Public Utilities is the 7th largest generator of megawatt hours from non-renewable sources out of 56 providers in Washington The supplier ranks 5th highest company out of 56 in Washington for total megawatt hours produced using natural gas.

Clark Public Utilities Net Metering

Luckily, Clark Public Utilities offers net metering choices to consumers. Without net metering, solar panel installation is significantly less attractive economically, as consumers have no way to sell extra electricity back into the grid.

Energy Loss

Energy loss is a fact of life when working with electricity transmission. Clark Public Utilities currently averages a loss of around 4.00% of the total electricity they produce. These averages allow us to compare and contrast the grid efficiencies of the providers who operate around the United States. Clark Public Utilities has received a rank of 23rd best out of 56 providers who report energy loss in Washington.

Clark Public Utilities Rate & Electric Bills

Clark Public Utilities residential electric rates are highest in March and the highest average bill is in January.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.107/kWh$0.083/kWh$163.59/mo.$66.09/mo.
196th9.46¢Clark Public Utilities' Average residential price per kWh
771st$97.12Average monthly electricity bill for Clark Public Utilities' residential customers

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Clark Public Utilities Overview

  • Company Type:Political Subdivision
  • Headquarters:1200 Fort Vancouver Way
    Vancouver, Washington 98663
    United States of America
  • CEO:Lena Wittler

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Clark Public Utilities Service

  • States Served:
    • Washington
  • Counties Served:
    • Clark County
  • Major Cities Served:See all cities

Quick Facts About Clark Public Utilities

Clark Public Utilities is ranked 222nd in the United States for total electricity production, generating 1,831,019 megawatt hours.

Energy Loss

Clark Public Utilities' energy loss due to business operations.

-4.00%

Total Energy Loss

231,321MWh

623 National Rank

Clark Public Utilities Energy Makeup

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Clark Public Utilities Coverage Map

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Clark Public Utilities State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Washington234,199395,259,0006100%

Clark Public Utilities County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Clark County516,77919.40$97.20/mo

Power Plants Owned by Clark Public Utilities

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Vancouver WA Natural Gas 1,831,019708,841,592.76387.13

Clark Public Utilities Fuel Makeup

NATURAL GAS
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100.00%

Cities Clark Public Utilities Has Coverage

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

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Clark Public Utilities FAQ:

What percentage of Clark Public Utilities' electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel sources?

Clark Public Utilities generates 100.00% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuels.

What cities does Clark Public Utilities have customers in to?

Clark Public Utilities supplies in 8 cities.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Clark Public Utilities customers?

Consumers of Clark Public Utilities, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 9.46 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What is the phone number for Clark Public Utilities?

The Clark Public Utilities phone number is (360) 992-3000.

What is the average bundled bill for Clark Public Utilities customers each month?

Clark Public Utilities currently has an average monthly bundled electric bill of $97.12, compared to the Washington average of $110.27 and the United States average of $110.27 for bundled service.

What percentage of Clark Public Utilities' electricity is generated from renewable fuels?

Clark Public Utilities generates 0% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources.

Who is the CEO of Clark Public Utilities?

Lena Wittler is the current CEO of Clark Public Utilities.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Clark Public Utilities?

Clark Public Utilities is associated with or owns one power plant.

Fernando García
Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
Published: 2023-12-06