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About Electric Membership Corporation

Electric Membership Corporation is an electric cooperative. The largest county served by Electric Membership Corporation is Bulloch County, but the company also operates in in 9 counties in the state of Georgia. At the moment, 24,766 consumers receive their electricity from the company. These customers are a mix of 397 industrial properties, 1,606 commercial customers and 22,763 residential customer accounts. The average residential electricity rate for consumers of Electric Membership Corporation is roughly 12.87 cents per kilowatt hour. This is 17.44% less than the national average price of 15.59 cents, which ranks the provider 1445th best for average electricity rate out of 2893 suppliers in the United States. In 2022 they sold 406,201 megawatt hours to end users (known as retail sales). The electricity sourced by the company is made up of primarily wholesale purchased megawatt hours, with 427,784 megawatt hours acquired by the company. In 2022, the supplier had revenue of $52,779,300 from retail electricity sales to end users.

The national average monthly residential power bill is $133.21, while the Electric Membership Corporation average is 15.67% more at $154.09 per month. Electric Membership Corporation is the 2354th ranked provider in the country for average monthly bill amount. The company currently does not generate their own electricity. Instead, they must purchase that electricity at wholesale prices and then resell it at a higher rate to end customers.

Electric Membership Corporation Net Metering

Net metering is accessible to customers of Electric Membership Corporation. Installation of solar panels and other electricity sources is often too expensive for residents. Net metering allows purchasers of these electricity sources to sell unused electricity back to the provider, making the installation of these alternative sources financially possible.

Energy Loss

Electric Membership Corporation recently reported an annual loss of about 5.05% of the electricity that they produce. Loss of electricity due to heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is part of operating in the electricity production industry and companies must report these losses to government agencies who track electricity infrastructure efficiencies. The state average for energy loss is 3.69% and the United States average is 2.87%. This gives Electric Membership Corporation a ranking of 39th best out of 94 electricity suppliers in the state and 902nd best out of 3517 suppliers in the US.

Electric Membership Corporation Rate & Electric Bills

Electric Membership Corporation residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.129/kWh$0.102/kWh$154.09/mo.$122.59/mo.
1445th12.87¢Electric Membership Corporation's Average residential price per kWh
2354th$154.09Average monthly electricity bill for Electric Membership Corporation's residential customers

Electric Membership Corporation Overview

  • Company Type:Cooperative
  • Headquarters:986 Southeast Broad Street
    Metter, Georgia 30439
    United States of America
  • CEO:Greg Proctor

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Energy Loss

Electric Membership Corporation's energy loss due to business operations.


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902 National Rank

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Electric Membership Corporation State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State

Electric Membership Corporation County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Bryan County43,278413.94$147.02/mo
Bulloch County83,059413.63$147.36/mo
Candler County10,885313.63$147.14/mo
Effingham County69,041414.17$143.95/mo
Emanuel County22,739513.90$146.19/mo
Evans County10,761313.47$144.44/mo
Jenkins County8,693413.84$148.38/mo
Screven County14,028413.95$148.68/mo
Tattnall County23,211413.49$143.40/mo

Cities Electric Membership Corporation Has Coverage

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

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Electric Membership Corporation FAQ:

How many counties does Electric Membership Corporation offer service in?

There are 9 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Electric Membership Corporation.

What is the average bundled bill for Electric Membership Corporation customers each month?

Customers of Electric Membership Corporation pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $154.09.

Who is the CEO of Electric Membership Corporation?

Greg Proctor is the current CEO of Electric Membership Corporation.

What cities does Electric Membership Corporation sell electricity to?

Electric Membership Corporation serves electricity to 13 cities in the nation including Georgia.

When will Electric Membership Corporation power be restored?

The average number of minutes for an outage for Electric Membership Corporation's customers is 212.3 minutes.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Electric Membership Corporation customers?

Customers of Electric Membership Corporation, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 12.87 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What is the phone number for Electric Membership Corporation?

Electric Membership Corporation's customer service phone number is (912) 685-2115

Matt Hope
Last Reviewed By: Matt Hope
Published: 2023-12-06