Mission Valley Power
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About Mission Valley Power
Mission Valley Power provides electricity for 4 cities in the state including cities like Polson, Pablo CDP, Ronan, St. Ignatius, and Arlee CDP. The company is a federally owned organization. A total of 22,700 customers (70.37% residential customers, 24.78% commercial customers and 4.85% industrial properties) are provided electricity by the company. Consumers of Mission Valley Power are billed an average residential electricity price of 7.75 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 37.94% below Montana's average rate of 12.48 cents. Of the 468,026 megawatt hours the provider sold and dispossessed, 90.26% were from sales to end users. The electricity they sourced consisted of megawatt hours that they purchased by way of the wholesale electricity market. They purchased 468,026 megawatt hours on the wholesale market. In 2022, they made a total of $36,755,700 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had 77.03% of their revenue coming from retail sales to end users.
The average residential power bill for a consumer of Mission Valley Power is $112.12. The company currently does not produce their own electricity. Instead, they must purchase that electricity at wholesale rates and then resell it to end users.
Offering net metering to consumers is a win-win situation for Mission Valley Power and individuals who get their electricity from the company. This makes it easier for people who are interested to install solar and other alternative electricity options as they have the ability to sell unused kilowatt hours back into the grid.
Energy loss is just part of the process when dealing with electricity transmission. Mission Valley Power currently averages a loss of approximately 9.33% of the total electricity they produce. This percentage of electricity lost earns them a rank of 8th best out of 30 providers who report energy loss in the state.
Mission Valley Power Rate & Electric Bills
Mission Valley Power residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.
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Mission Valley Power Overview
- Company Type:Federal
- Headquarters:36079 Pablo West Road
Pablo, Montana 59855
United States of America
- CEO:Dalene Gardipe
Mission Valley Power Contact
Mission Valley Power Service
- Outage Map:missionvalleypower.org
- Outage Phone:(406) 883-7900
- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Missoula County
- Lake County
- Sanders County
- Major Cities Served:
- Pablo CDP
- St. Ignatius
- Arlee CDP
- Hot Springs
- Evaro CDP
- Lindisfarne CDP
- Finley Point CDP
- Dixon CDP
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Mission Valley Power's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
1385 National Rank
Mission Valley Power Coverage Map
Mission Valley Power State Coverage
|State Rank Based On Revenue
|% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Mission Valley Power County Coverage
Cities Mission Valley Power Has Coverage
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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Mission Valley Power FAQ:
How much is the average bundled bill for Mission Valley Power customers each month?
Customers of Mission Valley Power pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $112.12.
What is the phone number for Mission Valley Power?
The Mission Valley Power phone number is (406) 883-7900.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Mission Valley Power customers?
Mission Valley Power's current average bundled electricity rate is 7.75 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average Montana bundled rate of 12.48 cents and the average national rate of 15.59 cents.
How many counties does Mission Valley Power sell electricity in?
There are 3 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Mission Valley Power including Montana.
Who is the CEO of Mission Valley Power?
Dalene Gardipe is the CEO of Mission Valley Power.
What cities does Mission Valley Power have customers in to?
Mission Valley Power serves electricity to 4 cities.