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New Holstein Utilities Rate & Electric Bills

New Holstein Utilities residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.127/kWh$0.120/kWh$92.44/mo.$88.35/mo.
1456th11.99¢New Holstein Utilities' Average residential price per kWh
768th$91.33Average monthly electricity bill for New Holstein Utilities' residential customers

About New Holstein Utilities

New Holstein Utilities is headquartered in New Holstein, Wisconsin and it serves the population who live there. The company last disclosed a total of 2,512 customers, 364 of which are commercial accounts and the rest of which are residential accounts. New Holstein Utilities bills their consumers a residential electricity price of 11.99 cents per kilowatt hour on average. Luckily, this is 19.21% less than Wisconsin's average rate of 14.85 cents, resulting in the supplier ranking 69th lowest for average electricity rate out of 121 suppliers in the state. There were a total of 40,480 megawatt hours sold to retail customers in 2020 by the provider. The electricity sourced by the company is made up primarily of megawatt hours they procured by way of the wholesale electricity market. This category comprises 100.00% of the total electricity sourced. In 2020, the company earned $4,588,700 from retail electricity sales. Their revenue from all electricity activities was $4,637,000.

The average monthly residential electric bill for a customer of New Holstein Utilities is $91.33. The provider currently does not generate their own electricity. Instead, they must purchase that electricity at wholesale prices and then resell it at a higher rate to end users.

New Holstein Utilities Net Metering

New Holstein Utilities is one of 85 electric suppliers in the state who offer net metering to their consumers. The purchase of solar panels and alternative electricity sources is often too expensive for private citizens. Net metering allows purchasers of these electricity sources to sell unused wattage back to the grid, making the installation of these alternative sources economically feasible.

Energy Loss

New Holstein Utilities currently has a loss of approximately 4.49% of the electricity that they produce. This percentage of loss gives them a ranking of 778th best out of 3510 providers who report energy loss in the US.

New Holstein Utilities Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:2110 Washington Street
    New Holstein, Wisconsin 53061
    United States of America
  • Director/Superintendent:Randy Jaeckels

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Energy Loss

New Holstein Utilities' energy loss due to business operations.


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778 National Rank

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New Holstein Utilities State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State

New Holstein Utilities County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Calumet County52,442414.54$96.15/mo

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New Holstein Utilities FAQ:

What is the average bundled electricity rate for New Holstein Utilities customers?

New Holstein Utilities' current average bundled electricity rate is 11.99 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average state bundled rate of 14.85 cents and the average national rate of 13.67 cents.

What is the phone number for New Holstein Utilities?

You can reach New Holstein Utilities by phone via (920) 898-5776.

What is the average bundled bill for New Holstein Utilities customers each month?

Customers of New Holstein Utilities pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $91.33.

Who is the CEO of New Holstein Utilities?

Randy Jaeckels is the current CEO of New Holstein Utilities.

Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
Published: 2022-08-01