New Holstein Utilities
On recent government reports, the provider disclosed a total of 2,512 electricity customers. This total is made up of 2,148 residential customer accounts and 364 commercial customer. New Holstein Utilities averages 11.99 cents per kilowatt hour billed to their patrons for residential electricity, which is 18.10% lower than the state's average price of 14.65 cents and 10.83% below the nationwide average of 13.45 cents. In 2020 the company sold 95.51% of their total megawatt hours disposed to end users (known as retail sales). The purchase of wholesale electricity made up 100.00% of the electricity sourced by the company. Their total revenue for 2020 from electricity related activities was $4,637,000, with 98.96% coming from retail sales to end users.
About New Holstein Utilities
The average monthly residential electricity bill for a consumer of New Holstein Utilities is $91.33 per month. Consumers of the provider have a 7.74% markdown compared to the rest of the state. The company's electricity sales efforts during the course of the previous year resulted in an increase in CO2 emissions of approximately 0.70%. Electricity generation is not part of the New Holstein Utilities business model, as they purchase power at wholesale rates from other companies to then be resold to their end users.
Thankfully, New Holstein Utilities offers net metering choices to consumers. Installation of solar panels and other electricity sources is often prohibitively priced for residents. Net metering allows purchasers of these electricity sources to sell extra electricity back to the grid, making the installation of these alternative sources financially possible .
All providers who generate electricity have some amount of energy loss from heat depletion or alternative factors. New Holstein Utilities is no different, as they have a yearly loss of about 4.49% of the total electricity they transmit. New Holstein Utilities' energy loss amounts leave them with a ranking of 19th worst out of the 65 providers that operate in the state and report energy loss and 638th worst out of 3511 in the nation.
New Holstein Utilities Rate & Electric Bills
New Holstein Utilities residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in August.
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New Holstein Utilities Overview
- Company Type:Municipal
- Headquarters:2110 Washington Street
New Holstein, Wisconsin 53061
United States of America
- CEO:Randy Jaeckels
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Quick Facts About New Holstein Utilities
Releasing 17,878,121.26 kilograms of CO2 emissions, New Holstein Utilities comes in as the 58th worst polluting provider in the state out of the 65 we track.
New Holstein Utilities's energy loss due to business operations.
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638 National Rank
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New Holstein Utilities State Coverage
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Cities New Holstein Utilities Has Coverage
- Kiel, WI
- New Holstein, WI
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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New Holstein Utilities FAQ:
What is the phone number for New Holstein Utilities?
The New Holstein Utilities phone number is (920) 898-5776.
What is the average electricity rate for New Holstein Utilities customers?
New Holstein Utilitiess current average electricity rate is 11.99 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average Wisconsin rate of 14.65 cents and the average nationwide rate of 13.45 cents.
How much is the average bill for New Holstein Utilities customers each month?
The average monthly electric bill for customers of New Holstein Utilities is $91.33. The state average bill is $100.64 and the nationwide average is $100.64.
Who is the CEO of New Holstein Utilities?
The CEO of New Holstein Utilities is Randy Jaeckels.
What cities does New Holstein Utilities supply electricity in?
New Holstein Utilities provides electricity to 2 cities.