Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

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About Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power is a municipally owned entity headquartered in Los Angeles, California and serving customers in 5 cities in California. There are 1,374,405 residential customers, 89,242 commercial customer accounts, 2 transportation customers and 9,338 industrial customers who are served by the provider. The average residential electricity price for consumers of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power is roughly 21.47 cents per kilowatt hour. Luckily, this is 8.05% below California's average rate of 23.35 cents, ranking the company at 57th lowest for average electricity rate out of 67 suppliers in California. There were a total of 20,960,389 megawatt hours sold to retail accounts in 2020 by the supplier and 494,259 megawatt hours sold through wholesale channels. The electricity produced in the company's power plants made up 89.07% of the electricity sourced by the company. The purchase of wholesale electricity made up an additional 16.85%. In 2020, the company made a total of $4,086,338,300 from retail electricity sales to end users and a total of $17,539,000 via wholesale channels. Their total revenue from electricity activities was $4,103,877,300.

The average residential electric bill for a customer of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power is $106.98 per month, while the national average is $121.23. Los Angeles Department of Water & Power ranks as the 106th highest total electricity generator out of 3509 companies in the US. Production from nuclear facilities totaled 1,786,900.3 megawatt hours for the supplier. This is the 56th most out of 3509 providers in the nation. The supplier is the 52nd largest generator of hydroelectric power in the US out of 3509 suppliers, with total generation reaching 380,733 megawatt hours.

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Net Metering

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power offers net metering options to their customers. Without net metering, solar panel installation is significantly less economically realistic, as citizens have no way to sell unused energy back into the infrastructure system.

Energy Loss

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power has energy loss of 10.48% of their total generation during transmission. The state average for energy loss is 11.94% and the nationwide average is 2.76%. This results in Los Angeles Department of Water & Power receiving a ranking of 42nd best out of 63 providers in the state and 1388th best out of 3509 providers in the nation.

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Rate & Electric Bills

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.223/kWh$0.156/kWh$151.13/mo.$63.66/mo.
2893rd21.47¢Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's Average residential price per kWh
1311th$106.98Average monthly electricity bill for Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's residential customers

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:111 North Hope Street
    Los Angeles, California 90012
    United States of America
  • Director/Superintendent:Martin Adams

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Quick Facts About Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power produces 215,703 megawatt hours of electricity from wind turbines, which is the 79th largest total out of 3509 suppliers in the US.

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power ranks 56th in the nation out of 3509 suppliers for total electricity production from natural gas, with production totaling 8,959,233 megawatt hours each year.

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power generates 614,329 megawatt hours (or 5.41% of their total production) from the use of sustainable fuel types in their power plants.

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power produces 94.59% of their total electricity generation from non-renewable fuels. The total electricity generated from non-renewable sources is 10,746,133.3 megawatt hours, which is 95th highest out of 3509 providers in the nation.

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power ranks 113th in the United States out of 3509 companies for total megawatt hours produced from solar energy sources.

Energy Loss

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's energy loss due to business operations.

-10.48%

Total Energy Loss

2,527,039MWh

1388 National Rank

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Energy Makeup

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Los Angeles Department of Water & Power State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
California1,472,9874,254,578,8675100%

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Inyo County19,016423.45$101.44/mo
Los Angeles County10,014,0091423.26$102.05/mo

Power Plants Owned by Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Maricopa County AZ Nuclear 31,349,128
Long Beach CA Natural Gas 3,042,1971,219,728,953.8400.94
Clark County NV Natural Gas 2,581,239991,308,253.74384.04
Los Angeles CA Natural Gas 1,798,805721,091,873.32400.87
Los Angeles CA Natural Gas 1,440,087559,803,056.68388.73
Kern County CA Wind 215,703
Los Angeles County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 108,751
Los Angeles CA Natural Gas 96,90558,396,244.2602.61
Mesa CDP CA Conventional Hydroelectric 29,264
Mono County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 28,925

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Fuel Makeup

NATURAL GAS
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
78.86%
NUCLEAR
Nuclear
Nuclear
15.73%
CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
Conventional Hydroelectric
3.35%
WIND
Wind
1.90%
SOLAR
Solar
0.16%

Cities Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Has Coverage

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

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Los Angeles Department of Water & Power FAQ:

What percentage of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel types?

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power produces 94.59% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Los Angeles Department of Water & Power customers?

Customers of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 21.47 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What is the average bundled bill for Los Angeles Department of Water & Power customers each month?

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power currently has an average monthly bundled electric bill of $106.98, compared to the California average of $127.04 and the US of $127.04 for bundled service.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Los Angeles Department of Water & Power?

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power is associated with or owns 14 power plants.

What is the phone number for Los Angeles Department of Water & Power?

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's customer service phone number is (800) 342-5397

How many counties does Los Angeles Department of Water & Power sell electricity to?

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power offers service in 2 counties in the nation including California.

Who is the CEO of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power?

Martin Adams is the CEO of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power.

What cities does Los Angeles Department of Water & Power provider electricity in?

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power supplies to 5 cities.

What percentage of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's electricity is produced from renewable fuels?

Electric plants owned by or associated with Los Angeles Department of Water & Power produce 5.41% of their electricity using renewable fuels.

Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2022-08-01