Lee County Electric Cooperative

Lee County Electric Cooperative serves 5 counties in Florida and is classified as an electric cooperative. There are 19,699 commercial customer accounts and 204,625 residential customers who are receiving electricity from the company. Lee County Electric Cooperative's patrons are billed an average residential electricity rate of 10.45 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 11.59% less than the average Florida rate of 11.82 cents and 22.31% less than the nationwide average of 13.45. A total of 4,279,635 megawatt hours were sold through retail sales in 2020 by the supplier. Wholesale power purchases made up 100.00% of all electricity sourced by the company . Exactly 4,427,220 megawatt hours were purchased via the wholesale electricity market. The total revenue for the company in 2020 from electricity sales was $444,735,900, with 96.51% coming from retail sales to end users.

About Lee County Electric Cooperative

The average residential power bill for a customer of Lee County Electric Cooperative is $130.72 per month. Customers of the company deal with 1.35 power outages per year with outages lasting an average of 84.47 minutes. Electricity sales have contributed to a rise in CO2 pollution of 85,551,158.51 kilograms (4.74%) during the course of the most recent year. The supplier does not have ownership in any power facilities and all of the electricity that they sell to their customers must be purchased wholesale from other suppliers.

Lee County Electric Cooperative Net Metering

Lee County Electric Cooperative gives their consumers the ability to participate in net metering options. This makes it easier for people who are interested to install solar and other alternative electricity options as they have the ability to sell excess megawatt hours into the grid.

Energy Loss

Energy loss is simply part of the process when dealing with electricity transmission. Lee County Electric Cooperative currently averages a loss of around 3.22% of the total electricity they transmit. These averages enable us to compare and contrast the grid efficiencies of the various suppliers who operate throughout the US. Lee County Electric Cooperative has received a rank of 1003rd worst out of 3511 providers who report energy loss in the United States.

Lee County Electric Cooperative Rate & Electric Bills

Lee County Electric Cooperative residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.109/kWh$0.104/kWh$130.72/mo.$122.36/mo.
419th10.45¢Lee County Electric Cooperative's Average residential price per kWh
1120th$130.72Average monthly electric bill for Lee County Electric Cooperative's residential customers

Lee County Electric Cooperative Overview

  • Company Type:Cooperative
  • Headquarters:1300 West Avenue D
    Lovington, New Mexico 88260
    United States of America
  • CEO:Denise Vidal

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Quick Facts About Lee County Electric Cooperative

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Lee County Electric Cooperative is the 241st highest polluting electricity provider out of 3511 in the country, emitting 1,890,114,463.33 kilograms of CO2 and other equivalent gases.

Energy Loss

Lee County Electric Cooperative's energy loss due to business operations.

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Total Energy Loss

142,767MWh

1003 National Rank

Grid Reliability

Length & Frequency of Lee County Electric Cooperative's Power Outages

84.47 min.

vs. national average of 122.99 min.

1.35 outages/yr

vs. national average of 1.21

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Lee County Electric Cooperative State Coverage

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Florida224,324429,208,00011100%

Lee County Electric Cooperative County Coverage

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Charlotte County188,910210.88$126.09/mo
Collier County384,902310.74$128.06/mo
Hendry County42,022312.32$139.97/mo
Lee County770,577210.76$127.30/mo
Monroe County74,228411.05$129.18/mo

Cities Lee County Electric Cooperative Has Coverage

  • Bonita Springs, FL
  • Cape Coral, FL
  • Everglades, FL
  • Fort Myers, FL
  • Marco Island, FL
  • Sanibel, FL

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

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Lee County Electric Cooperative FAQ:

What cities does Lee County Electric Cooperative offer service to?

Lee County Electric Cooperative has customers in 6 cities.

How many counties does Lee County Electric Cooperative supply electricity in?

Lee County Electric Cooperative offers service in 5 counties.

Who is the CEO of Lee County Electric Cooperative?

Lee County Electric Cooperative’s CEO is Denise Vidal.

What is the average electricity rate for Lee County Electric Cooperative customers?

Lee County Electric Cooperatives current average electricity rate is 10.45 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average state rate of 11.82 cents and the average United States rate of 13.45 cents.

How much is the average bill for Lee County Electric Cooperative customers each month?

Lee County Electric Cooperative currently has an average monthly electric bill of $130.72, compared to the Florida average of $131.88 and the national of $131.88.

What is the phone number for Lee County Electric Cooperative?

The Lee County Electric Cooperative phone number is (239) 656-2300.

When will Lee County Electric Cooperative power be restored?

The average number of minutes for an outage for Lee County Electric Cooperative's customers is 84.47 minutes.

Last Reviewed By: Matt Hope
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-09-22