Family Energy

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About Family Energy

Family Energy provides electricity to 740 cities in New York such as the cities of New York, Buffalo, Yonkers, Rochester, and Syracuse. The organization is a retail power marketer. Electricity providers must regularly report the total number of customers they have to government agencies. Most recently the supplier disclosed 44,859 customers signed on for their services. Exactly 6,676 of these customers are commercial properties and 38,183 are residential properties. Family Energy charges their patrons an electricity only residential rate of 8.34 cents per kilowatt hour on average, which is, thankfully, 1.38% below the average US electricity only service rate of 8.46 cents. Approximately 561,946 megawatt hours were sold by the company to retail customers in 2020. Of the megawatt hours they sourced, 561,946 megawatt hours were purchased via the wholesale electricity market. The company had a total of $46,921,000 in 2020 through electricity sales to retail consumers.

The nationwide average monthly residential electricity only bill is $61.89, while the Family Energy average is 27.13% lower at $45.1 per month. The company does not have ownership in any power plants and all of the power that they sell to their customers must be purchased from other providers.

Family Energy Rate & Electric Bills

Family Energy residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in November.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.088/kWh$0.083/kWh$47.51/mo.$40.38/mo.
87th8.34¢Family Energy's Average residential price per kWh
35th$45.1Average monthly electricity bill for Family Energy's residential customers

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Family Energy Overview

  • Company Type:Retail Power Marketer
  • Headquarters:77 Water Street
    New York, New York 10005
    United States of America
  • CEO:Edwin Grichanik

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    Family Energy State Coverage

    StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
    New York44,85946,921,00021100%

    Family Energy County Coverage

    CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
    Albany County314,8484920.23$148.88/mo
    Allegany County46,4565218.70$141.00/mo
    Bronx County1,472,6544327.91$164.09/mo
    Broome County198,6834417.82$137.14/mo
    Cattaraugus County77,0425218.79$140.66/mo
    Cayuga County76,2484918.12$138.71/mo
    Chautauqua County127,6575318.73$140.53/mo
    Chemung County84,1484317.66$135.97/mo
    Chenango County47,2205217.61$135.49/mo
    Clinton County79,8435018.22$138.25/mo

    Cities Family Energy Has Coverage

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

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    Family Energy FAQ:

    What is the average energy bill for Family Energy customers each month?

    Customers of Family Energy pay, on average, a monthly energy bill of $45.10.

    Who is the CEO of Family Energy?

    Edwin Grichanik is the CEO of Family Energy.

    What is the average energy electricity rate for Family Energy customers?

    The average energy rate of electricity for consumers of Family Energy is 8.34 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

    How many counties does Family Energy offer service in?

    There are 60 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Family Energy including New York.

    What is the phone number for Family Energy?

    Family Energy's customer service phone number is (888) 472-1085

    What cities does Family Energy sell electricity to?

    Family Energy provides electricity in 740 cities.

    Last Reviewed By: Ginalyn Gelera
    Published: 2022-08-01