Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission

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About Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission

Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission is a wholesale power marketer, which means they sell electricity on the wholesale market. Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission had total sales and disposition of 4,896,843 megawatt hours in 2020, of which 4,888,568 were from wholesale sales. During the same timeframe, the company produced 3,031,810 megawatt hours from power generation plants owned by the provider and acquired 2,002,610 megawatt hours through the wholesale electricity market. The supplier earned $307,830,200 in 2020. The entirety of the revenue came from wholesale electricity sales alone.

Energy Loss

Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission currently loses about 0.17% of the electricity that they produce. Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission's energy loss numbers leave them with a rank of best out of 3509 in the country.

Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission Overview

  • Company Type:Wholesale Power Marketer
  • Headquarters:808 I-70 Drive Southwest
    Columbia, Missouri 65203
    United States of America
  • CEO:John E. Grotzinger

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    Quick Facts About Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission

    Roughly 86.25% of Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission's total electricity comes from the use of coal.

    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission produces 2,319,710.59 megawatt hours from non-renewable fuels, which is 184th out of 3509 suppliers in the US.

    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission has the 211th largest total electricity production in the US, producing 2,319,710.59 megawatt hours.

    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission generates 315,022.9 megawatt hours from natural gas and ranks 196th in the United States out of 3509 suppliers for total natural gas output.

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    Energy Loss

    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission's energy loss due to business operations.

    -0.17%

    Total Energy Loss

    8,275MWh

    32 National Rank

    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission Energy Makeup

    Power Plants Owned by Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Washington County IL Coal 12,599,265.9111,155,380,052.44885.4
    Platte County MO Coal 6,395,192.026,080,627,765.67950.81
    Cass County MO Natural Gas 1,784,481725,579,847.3406.61
    Fredericktown MO Natural Gas 11,7385,690,101.34484.76

    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission Fuel Makeup

    COAL
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    Coal
    86.25%
    NATURAL GAS
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    13.58%
    DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    0.17%

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    Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission FAQ:

    What percentage of Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission's electricity is produced from renewable fuel sources?

    Power production facilities owned by or associated with Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission produce 0% of their electricity using renewable fuel sources.

    Who is the CEO of Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission?

    John E. Grotzinger is the current CEO of Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission.

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission?

    There are 4 power plants owned by or associated with Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission.

    What percentage of Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission's electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuels?

    Electric production facilities owned by or associated with Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission generate 100.00% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel sources.

    Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
    Published: 2022-03-13