Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District is a political subdivision. The largest city serviced by the supplier is Ord, but the company also provides electricity to 9 cities in Nebraska. Electricity providers must regularly report the total number of customers signed up for their services to government agencies. Recently the provider reported a total of 2,295 industrial customers, 516 commercial customers and 2,884 residential customers signed up for their services, which makes up the sum of their customer base. On average, Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District's consumers pay a residential electricity rate of 11.92 cents per kilowatt hour. This is, unfortunately, 9.57% more than Nebraska's average price of 10.88 cents. They had sales of 112,726 megawatt hours in 2019 through retail sales. The megawatt hours sourced by the company primarily came from megawatt hours that they acquired by way of the wholesale market. They purchased 122,364 wholesale megawatt hours. The total revenue for the company in 2019 from electricity sales was $13,533,000, with $13,400,000 coming from retail sales to end users.

About Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District

The average monthly residential electricity bill for a consumer of Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District is $148.84 per month. The company achieved a decrease in CO2 pollution amounts of 3.10% within the previous year. The provider is not associated with any electricity production facilities and all of the power that they sell to their customers must be purchased wholesale from other suppliers. Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District's electricity sales are accountable for 49,081,979.68 kilograms of CO2 pollution. This is the 39th highest emissions amount out of 217 electricity providers in the state.

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Net Metering

Regrettably, Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District does not allow their customers to participate in net metering. Installation of solar panels and other electricity sources is often prohibitively priced for private individuals. Net metering would allow purchasers of these electricity sources to sell extra megawatt hours back into the grid, making the installation of these alternative sources economically viable .

Energy Loss

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District reports energy lose of 7.83% of their production due to heat dissipation and other causes. The Nebraska average for energy loss is 3.54% and the national average is 2.72%. This results in Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District getting a ranking of 35th worst out of 217 companies in Nebraska and 412th worst out of 3511 companies in the United States.

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Rate & Electric Bills

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.129/kWh$0.119/kWh$154.28/mo.$145.48/mo.
1610th11.92¢Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District's Average residential price per kWh
2761st$148.84Average monthly electric bill for Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District's residential customers

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Overview

  • Company Type:Political Subdivision
  • Headquarters:606 S Street
    Ord, Nebraska 68862
    United States of America
  • CEO:Ron Sandoz

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Contact

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Service

  • Outage Phone:(308) 728-3633

Energy Loss

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

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Total Energy Loss

9,577MWh

412 National Rank

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Coverage Map

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Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District State Coverage

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Nebraska5,69513,400,00031100%

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District County Coverage

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Garfield County1,969313.82$148.10/mo
Greeley County2,356510.01$141.90/mo
Sherman County3,001411.84$152.69/mo
Valley County4,158210.41$130.80/mo
Wheeler County783510.81$149.49/mo

Cities Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District Has Coverage

  • Arcadia, NE
  • Ashton, NE
  • Burwell, NE
  • Elyria, NE
  • Ericson, NE
  • Loup City, NE
  • North Loup, NE
  • Ord, NE
  • Rockville, NE

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

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Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District FAQ:

What is the average bill for Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District customers each month?

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District currently has an average monthly electric bill of $148.84, compared to the Nebraska average of $107.79 and the nationwide of $107.79.

How many counties does Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District supply electricity in?

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District supplies electricity in 5 countiesUS in the nation including, Nebraska.

What is the phone number for Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District?

You can reach Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District by phone via (308) 728-3633.

What cities does Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District have customers in in?

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District supplies in 9 cities throughout the US including, Nebraska.

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

The average price of electricity for customers of Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District is 11.92 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

Who is the CEO of Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District?

Loup Valleys Rural Public Power District’s current CEO is Ron Sandoz.

Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-10-06