Loup Power District

Loup Power District is headquartered in Columbus , Nebraska and supplies electricity in 29 cities in the state. They currently supply electricity to residential, commercial and industrial customer accounts, with a total of 15,754 residential customer accounts, 3,764 commercial customers and 589 industrial accounts subscribed. Loup Power District's consumers are charged an average residential electricity price of 10.17 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 24.38% less than the average US rate of 13.45 cents. In 2020 the company sold 1,058,989 megawatt hours by way of retail sales to end users. Electricity generation facilities owned by Loup Power District produced 10.07% of the megawatt hours sourced by the supplier and an additional 89.93% was procured on the wholesale electricity market. Their total revenue for 2020 from electricity related activities was $99,718,700, with 14.15% coming from wholesale electricity sales and 84.16% from retail sales to end users.

About Loup Power District

The state average monthly residential power bill is $106.7, while the Loup Power District average is 19.00% more at $129.55 per month. Loup Power District ranks 16th in the state for average monthly bill amount. Loup Power District is the 5th largest electricity company out of 22 suppliers in Nebraska based on total megawatt hours sold. Consumers of the supplier deal with 0.63 power outages a year with outages lasting an average of 28.98 minutes. The generation of electricity recently sold by the company had CO2 pollution that were 6,222,177.84 kilograms (1.44%) less than the levels from the last 12 months.

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Approximately 425,308,192.24 kilograms of CO2 emissions are emitted by Loup Power District due to the sale of electricity. This total equates to 394.47 kilograms of CO2 emissions per megawatt hour sold, which ranks the company 1428th highest in the United States for this category. When it comes to electricity generation, the provider's top fuel source is Conventional Hydroelectric, accounting for 100.00%, or 133,905 megawatt hours, of production for the supplier. With a total of 2 electricity generation facilities within their operating territory, Loup Power District has the 739th highest number of generating plants connected to an electricity provider out of the 3511 companies that we follow in the United States and 15th out of 22 in Nebraska.

Loup Power District Net Metering

Thankfully, Loup Power District offers net metering choices to customers of the company. This makes it easier for people to install solar and other electricity options as they have the ability to sell unused electricity back to the grid.

Energy Loss

Energy loss is a fact of life when dealing with electricity transmission. Loup Power District currently averages a loss of around 0.89% of the electricity they generate. This percentage of electricity lost earns them a rank of 22nd worst out of 22 companies who report energy loss in the state.

Loup Power District Rate & Electric Bills

Loup Power District residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in September.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.121/kWh$0.086/kWh$201.25/mo.$86.03/mo.
358th10.17¢Loup Power District's Average residential price per kWh
1090th$129.55Average monthly electric bill for Loup Power District's residential customers

Loup Power District Overview

  • Company Type:Political Subdivision
  • Headquarters:2404 15th Street
    Columbus , Nebraska 68601
    United States of America
  • CEO:Neal Suess

Loup Power District Contact

Loup Power District Service

  • Rates & Plans:loup.com
  • Outage Phone:(402) 564-4129

Quick Facts About Loup Power District

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Loup Power District ranks 3rd in the state out of 22 companies in megawatt hours generated from hydroelectric power usage.

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With production of 133,905 megawatt hours, Loup Power District is ranked 345th for total production of all suppliers in the US.

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Loup Power District emits 425,308,192.24 kilograms of CO2 emissions due to electricity sold, which ranks it as the 8th worst polluting electricity company in the state out of 22.

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Loup Power District produces 100.00% of their electricity from sustainable fuel sources, which ranks them 3rd out of the 22 providers we track in the state.

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Energy Loss

Loup Power District's energy loss due to business operations.

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Total Energy Loss

11,851MWh

1348 National Rank

Grid Reliability

Length & Frequency of Loup Power District's Power Outages

28.98 min.

vs. national average of 122.99 min.

0.63 outages/yr

vs. national average of 1.21

Loup Power District Energy Makeup

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Loup Power District State Coverage

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Loup Power District County Coverage

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Boone County5,192310.18$145.06/mo
Colfax County10,709310.58$130.05/mo
Madison County35,09949.83$141.04/mo
Nance County3,519310.17$144.63/mo
Platte County33,470310.18$145.11/mo

Power Plants Owned by Loup Power District

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Platte County NE Conventional Hydroelectric 110,9046,848,795.1661.75No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
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Loup Power District Fuel Makeup

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Cities Loup Power District Has Coverage

  • Albion, NE
  • Battle Creek, NE
  • Belgrade, NE
  • Cedar Rapids, NE
  • Clarkson, NE
  • Columbus, NE
  • Cornlea, NE
  • Creston, NE
  • Duncan, NE
  • Fullerton, NE
  • Genoa, NE
  • Howells, NE
  • Humphrey, NE
  • Leigh, NE
  • Lindsay, NE
  • Madison, NE
  • Meadow Grove, NE
  • Monroe, NE
  • Newman Grove, NE
  • Norfolk, NE
  • Petersburg, NE
  • Platte Center, NE
  • Primrose, NE
  • Richland, NE
  • Rogers, NE
  • Schuyler, NE
  • St. Edward, NE
  • Tarnov, NE
  • Tilden, NE

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

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Loup Power District FAQ:

What is the phone number for Loup Power District?

You can reach Loup Power District by phone via (402) 564-4129.

What percentage of Loup Power District’s electricity is generated using renewable fuel sources?

Power plants owned by or associated with Loup Power District produce 100.00% of their electricity from renewable fuels.

How much is the average bill for Loup Power District customers each month?

Consumers of Loup Power District pay, on average, a monthly bill of $129.55.

Who is the CEO of Loup Power District?

Loup Power District’s CEO is Neal Suess.

What percentage of Loup Power District’s electricity is produced from nonrenewable fuels?

Power plants owned by or associated with Loup Power District generate 0% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuels.

When will Loup Power District power be restored?

Average outage times for Loup Power District are roughly 28.981 minutes per outage.

What is the average electricity rate for Loup Power District customers?

Consumers of Loup Power District, on average, have an electricity rate 10.17 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

How many counties does Loup Power District provider electricity in?

There are 5 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Loup Power District including, Nebraska.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Loup Power District?

There are 2 power plants associated with or owned by Loup Power District.

What cities does Loup Power District sell electricity in?

Loup Power District provides electricity in 29 cities in the country.

Last Reviewed By: Matt Hope
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-08-25