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With headquarters in Chattanooga, Tennessee, EPB provides electricity to 2 states in the US including Georgia and Tennessee. There are 193,967 customers of the provider. Exactly 167,275 of them are residential customers, 26,623 are commercial customers and 69 of them are industrial accounts. EPB has an average residential electricity price of 12.22 cents per kilowatt hour. This is 17.62% lower than the national average price of 14.84 cents. They had total sales and disposition of 5,762,595 megawatt hours in 2021, of which 96.76% were from sales to end users. Of the megawatt hours they sourced, 5,762,595 megawatt hours were obtained by way of wholesale channels. The total revenue for EPB in 2021 from electricity sales was $583,815,500, with 94.14% coming from retail sales to end users.
The US average monthly residential electric bill is $131.84, while the EPB average is 6.67% higher at $140.63 per month. EPB is the 2299th ranked company in the United States for average monthly bill amount. Consumers of the provider deal with 0.53 electrical outages per year with outages lasting on average 58.87 minutes. Electricity production is not part of the EPB business model, as they purchase power at wholesale rates from other providers and then resell to their customers.
All suppliers who transmit electricity have some amount of energy loss via heat dissipation or alternative causes. EPB is no different, as they have an annual loss of about 2.98% of the aggregate electricity they transmit. This percentage of electricity lost results in them being given a rank of 453rd best out of 3509 suppliers who report energy loss in the US.
EPB Rate & Electric Bills
EPB residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in April.
Historical Electricity Rates:
- Company Type:Municipal
- Headquarters:10 West M.L. King Boulevard
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402
United States of America
- Director/Superintendent:David Wade
- Customer Service Phone:(423) 648-1372
- Contact Page:www.epb.com
- Social Media:
- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Hamilton County
- Bradley County
- Walker County
- Rhea County
- Marion County
- Major Cities Served:
- East Ridge
- Red Bank
- Middle Valley CDP
- Signal Mountain
- Harrison CDP
- South Cleveland CDP
- Fairview CDP
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EPB's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
453 National Rank
Length & Frequency of EPB's Power Outages
vs. national average of 145.81 min.
vs. national average of 1.58
EPB Coverage Map
EPB State Coverage
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EPB County Coverage
|County||Population||Providers||Avg. County Rate (¢)||Avg. Electric Bill|
Cities EPB Has Coverage
- Chattanooga, TN
- Collegedale, TN
- East Ridge, TN
- Graysville, TN
- Lakesite, TN
- Lookout Mountain, TN
- Lookout Mountain, GA
- Red Bank, TN
- Ridgeside, TN
- Rossville, GA
- Signal Mountain, TN
- Soddy-Daisy, TN
- Walden, TN
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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What cities does EPB sell electricity to?
EPB serves 13 cities.
How much is the average bundled bill for EPB customers each month?
Consumers of EPB pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $140.63.
How many states does EPB have customers in in?
There are 2 states that receive at least some electricity coverage by EPB.
Who is the CEO of EPB?
EPB's CEO is David Wade.
What is the phone number for EPB?
The EPB phone number is (423) 648-1372.
How many counties does EPB offer service in?
EPB provides electricity to customers in 7 counties throughout the nation including Georgia and Tennessee.
When will EPB power be restored?
The average number of minutes for an outage for EPB's consumers is 58.87 minutes.
What is the average BUNDLED electricity rate for EPB customers?
The average BUNDLED rate of electricity for customers of EPB is 12.22 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).