- Total Customers1,477,817
- Total Sales145,770,488 MWh / 98.64 MWh per customer
- CO2 Equivalent Emissions59,592,612,939.83 kg
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Constellation Energy's Residential Electricity Bills & Rates
Constellation Energy residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.
Constellation Energy Overview
- Company Type:Retail Power Marketer
- Parent Company:Exelon Corporation
- Subsidiary CompaniesConstellation SolarStarTex PowerAgera EnergyEnergy MeAequitas Energy
- Headquarters:1310 Point Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
United States of America
- CEO:James McHugh
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- States Served:
- District of Columbia
- Delaware and 13 others states
Constellation Energy has the 444th highest total electricity generation in the US, generating 1,984,348 megawatt hours.
Constellation Energy is 147th out of 3530 suppliers in the United States for total megawatt hours generated from solar power sources.
At $78.37, the average Constellation Energy monthly electricity expense is 34.75% lower than the nationwide average.
Electricity production of megawatt hours sold by Constellation Energy was responsible for a decrease in CO2 pollution of 170,636,881.32 kilograms (0.29%).
Constellation Energy is the 397th largest producer of megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel sources out of 3530 companies in the US.
Constellation Energy ranks 286th out of 3530 providers in the United States for total electricity generation from natural gas, with production totaling 1,746,077.01 total megawatt hours each year.
Constellation Energy State Coverage
|State||Customers||Sales ($)||State Rank Based On Revenue||% of Provider's Residential Sales in State|
|District of Columbia||7,350||204,536,560||3||0.38%|
Power Plants Owned by Constellation Energy
|Plant||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions per MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date||City/County||State|
Mystic Generating StationConstellation Energy (100.00%)
PerrymanConstellation Energy (100.00%)
|Natural Gas||240,479||152,090,759.81||632.45||Yes||Perryman CDP||MD|
Mohave Electric Cooperative at Joy LaneConstellation Solar (100.00%)
Mount Saint Mary'sConstellation Solar (100.00%)
Gateway SolarConstellation Solar (100.00%)
Buckeye Union HS District 201Constellation Solar (100.00%)
Johnson Matthey, Inc. SolarConstellation Solar (100.00%)
NHA at Mansfield NJConstellation Solar (100.00%)
Constellation New Energy IncConstellation Solar (100.00%)
Georgia Power at SwainsboroConstellation Solar (100.00%)
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Constellation Energy's Electricity Prices and Usage
Constellation Energy's average electricity price per kilowatt hour is 8.40 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 36.98% less than the US average rate of 13.33 cents. This makes the provider 249th best for average electricity price out of 3530 providers in the nation. Constellation Energy is the 45th largest provider out of 3530 suppliers in the United States based on number of customers. The supplier generates 9.91% of their total number of megawatt hours generated, which is 196,626 megawatt hours, from renewable fuels. Constellation Energy is the 5th (out of 3530) worst polluting electricity provider in the nation.
Constellation Energy is the 5th highest ranked supplier when it comes to total emissions, with the company's electricity sales being responsible for 59,592,612,939.83 kilograms of CO2 emissions. More importantly, the supplier averages 408.83 kilograms of CO2 emissions per megawatt hour sold, which is a better measurement of the supplier's emission levels. They rank 2882nd highest in the US in this category. When it comes to electricity production, the provider's top fuel source is Natural Gas, making up 1,746,077.01 megawatt hours, or 87.99%, of generation for the provider. Solar and Distillate Fuel Oil make up 9.91% and 1.40% of electricity generation, respectively. With a total of 45 electricity producing facilities throughout their service territory, Constellation Energy has the 48th highest number of generating facilities linked to a provider out of the 3530 companies providing power in the country that we follow.