Lowell Light and Power
There are a total of 2,948 customer accounts who are receiving electricity from the supplier. These customers are made up of 0.24% industrial accounts, 14.35% commercial locations and 85.41% residential customers. Customers of Lowell Light and Power are charged an average residential electricity price of 12.50 cents per kilowatt hour. This is 25.80% lower than the state's average rate of 16.85 cents, resulting in the company ranking 26th best for average electricity rate out of 103 companies in the state. There were a total of 77,008 megawatt hours sold through retail sales in 2019 by the company. Power generation facilities owned by Lowell Light and Power generated 49 megawatt hours and an additional 80,103 megawatt hours were purchased on wholesale channels. Their revenue for 2019 from electricity activities was $8,498,000, with $8,337,000 coming from retail sales to end users.
About Lowell Light and Power
The United States average monthly residential electric bill is $120.11, while the Lowell Light and Power average is 35.75% lower at $77.18 per month. Lowell Light and Power is the 1883rd largest electricity company out of 3511 providers in the United States based on customer count. Lowell Light and Power is the 54th (out of 103) worst polluting electricity provider in the state and 1925th (out of 3511) highest in the US.
Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors
Lowell Light and Power has the 1024th highest number of electricity generating facilities connected to a provider out of the 3511 suppliers that we gather data on in the country and 39th out of 103 in the state. They are associated with, manage or own only one electricity producing facility within their operating area. Lowell Light and Power's power facility mainly uses Natural Gas to produce electricity. It is used for 100.00% of the megawatt hours produced by the company and a total of 56 megawatt hours are generated from just that fuel type. Lowell Light and Power’s electricity sales efforts result in CO2 pollution totaling 33,552,012 kilograms, which is 54th highest in Michigan out of 103 companies. More telling of the supplier's pollution reality, is the CO2 emission amount per megawatt hour sold. That amount stands at 435.7 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which ranks them 8th worst company in Michigan for CO2 emissions per megawatt hour sold.
Consumers of Lowell Light and Power cannot participate in net metering offerings. This is a negative for any consumer considering installing personal solar panels, as net metering would allow them to sell their unneeded electricity back to their electricity supplier.
Loss of electricity due to heat dissipation while transmitting electricity and other causes is part of being in the electricity production business. Providers are required to report these losses to government agencies who track electricity grid efficiencies. Lowell Light and Power recently reported an annual loss of about 3.92% of the electricity that they transmit. These averages enable us to compare and contrast the grid efficiencies of the companies who operate around the country. Lowell Light and Power has been given a rank of 1730th worst out of 3511 suppliers who report energy loss in the US.
Lowell Light and Power Rate & Electric Bills
Lowell Light and Power residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in May.
Lowell Light and Power Overview
- Company Type:Municipal
- Headquarters:127 North Broadway Street
Lowell, Michigan 49331
United States of America
- CEO:Charlie West
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Quick Facts About Lowell Light and Power
CO2 emissions from Lowell Light and Power's electricity sales rose by 33,510,784.38 kilograms (81282.36%) over the course of the last 12 months.
Lowell Light and Power is the 573rd largest producer of megawatt hours from non-renewable fuels in the nation out of 3511 suppliers.
Lowell Light and Power's electricity generation facilities produce 56 megawatt hours by burning natural gas.
As the 816th highest producer of electricity in the United States, Lowell Light and Power produces 56 megawatt hours of electricity.
Lowell Light and Power's energy loss due to business operations.
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1730 National Rank
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Lowell Light and Power FAQ:
What is the average bill for Lowell Light and Power customers each month?
Customers of Lowell Light and Power pay, on average, a monthly bill of $77.18.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Lowell Light and Power?
Lowell Light and Power owns or is associated with one power plant.
Who is the CEO of Lowell Light and Power?
Charlie West is the current CEO of Lowell Light and Power.
What is the average electricity rate for Lowell Light and Power customers?
Lowell Light and Powers current average electricity rate is 12.50 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average state rate of 16.85 cents and the average US rate of 13.33 cents.
What is the phone number for Lowell Light and Power?
You can reach Lowell Light and Power by phone via (616) 897-8402.
What percentage of Lowell Light and Power’s electricity is produced from renewable fuels?
Lowell Light and Power generates 0% of their electricity using renewable fuel types.
What percentage of Lowell Light and Power’s electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel types?
Electric facilities owned by or associated with Lowell Light and Power produce 100.00% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.