Fremont Utilities: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

Fremont Utilities

Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics

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About Fremont Utilities

Fremont Utilities supplies electricity to 2 cities and is considered a municipally owned entity. There are 16,389 customers of the provider. Exactly 13,873 of them are residential properties, 1,958 are commercial customer accounts and 558 of them are industrial customers. Fremont Utilities has an average residential electricity price of 12.14 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 9.35% higher than the average Nebraska price of 11.10 cents. The company sold 281,044 megawatt hours through wholesale channels to other electricity providers in 2022. Of the megawatt hours they sourced, 483,071 of them were generated by plants owned by Fremont Utilities and 364,734 megawatt hours were procured via the wholesale electricity market. Their revenue for 2022 from electricity related activities was $54,429,700, with 88.42% coming from retail sales to end users and 11.58% from wholesale electricity sales.

The average residential electricity bill for a consumer of Fremont Utilities is $109.23. Electricity production plants owned or managed by the supplier use non-renewable fuel sources to generate 98.99% of their total electricity generation, or 443,295 megawatt hours. This total ranks them at 5th in the state out of 150 companies. Fremont Utilities is the 655th largest supplier out of 3518 electricity companies in the nation based on total megawatt hours sold. Of the 150 electricity companies that we track in the state, Fremont Utilities is the 5th highest generator of megawatt hours from solar fields.

Fremont Utilities Net Metering

Fremont Utilities allows consumers to take part in net metering programs. This makes it easier for residents in the area to install solar and other electricity options as they have the ability to sell unneeded wattage back into the grid.

Energy Loss

All companies who transmit electricity suffer from some amount of energy loss via heat dissipation or alternative factors. Fremont Utilities is no different, as they have a yearly loss of roughly 0.01% of the total electricity they produce. These averages enable us to compare and contrast the numerous suppliers who operate throughout the United States. Fremont Utilities has earned a rank of 32nd best out of 3518 companies who report energy loss in the nation and best out of 150 in Nebraska.

Fremont Utilities Rate & Electric Bills

Fremont Utilities residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.153/kWh$0.079/kWh$166.75/mo.$61.87/mo.
1068th12.14¢Fremont Utilities' Average residential price per kWh
1097th$109.23Average monthly electricity bill for Fremont Utilities' residential customers

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Fremont Utilities Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:400 East Military Avenue
    Fremont, Nebraska 68025
    United States of America
  • Director/Superintendent:Joey Spellerberg

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Quick Facts About Fremont Utilities

As the 291st largest generator of electricity in the United States, Fremont Utilities produces 447,824 megawatt hours of electricity.

Roughly 84.92% of Fremont Utilities' total electricity comes from the use of coal.

Fremont Utilities' electricity generation plants produce 62,998.08 megawatt hours from the burning of natural gas.

Fremont Utilities is 20th in Nebraska out of the 150 when considering the percentage of their fuel usage that comes from renewable fuel types.

Energy Loss

Fremont Utilities' energy loss due to business operations.

-0.01%

Total Energy Loss

102MWh

32 National Rank

Fremont Utilities Energy Makeup

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Fremont Utilities State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Nebraska16,38953,194,0179100%

Fremont Utilities County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Dodge County37,249612.40$160.05/mo

Power Plants Owned by Fremont Utilities

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Fremont NE Coal 447,824484,534,822.391,081.98

Fremont Utilities Fuel Makeup

COAL
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
84.92%
NATURAL GAS
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
14.07%
SOLAR
Solar
1.01%

Cities Fremont Utilities Has Coverage

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

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Fremont Utilities FAQ:

Who is the CEO of Fremont Utilities?

The current CEO of Fremont Utilities is Joey Spellerberg.

What percentage of Fremont Utilities' electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuel sources?

Fremont Utilities produces 98.99% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuels.

How much is the average bundled bill for Fremont Utilities customers each month?

Consumers of Fremont Utilities pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $109.23.

What percentage of Fremont Utilities' electricity is generated from renewable fuel types?

Fremont Utilities generates 1.01% of their electricity using renewable fuel types.

What is the phone number for Fremont Utilities?

The Fremont Utilities phone number is (402) 727-2630.

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

Fremont Utilities is associated with or owns one power plant.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Fremont Utilities customers?

The average bundled price of electricity for customers of Fremont Utilities is 12.14 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What cities does Fremont Utilities have customers in to?

Fremont Utilities provides electricity to 2 cities in the nation.

Nick Reese
Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2022-08-09