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About NextEra Energy

With headquarters in Houston, Texas, NextEra Energy supplies electricity to 17 states throughout the nation. There are 6,530,159 customer accounts who are receiving electricity from the company. These accounts are made up of 5,735,480 residential accounts, 781,483 commercial customer accounts and 13,196 industrial accounts. On average, NextEra Energy charges their customers a residential electricity rate of 12.69 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 10.07% less than the US average of 14.11 cents. In 2020 the company sold 150,233,423 megawatt hours to end users (known as retail sales). Power generation plants owned by NextEra Energy generated 155,772,740 megawatt hours and an additional 21,330,978 megawatt hours were procured on wholesale channels. In 2020 they had total electricity related revenue of $15,358,770,800, with 93.28% from retail sales and 4.11% from sales to the wholesale electricity market.

The average monthly residential electricity bill for a consumer of NextEra Energy is $143.59 per month, while the national average is $125.95. Consumers of the provider pay 14.00% more compared to the rest of the United States. The company produces 32.57% of their total generation, which is 76,554,292.5 megawatt hours, from sustainable fuels. Electricity generation plants owned or managed by NextEra Energy generate a total of 235,079,332.34 megawatt hours, which is the highest of any provider in the US. The supplier's generating plants have output of 107,491,872.05 megawatt hours from the use of natural gas.

Energy Loss

Losing electricity from heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is part of being in the electricity production business. Suppliers must report these losses. NextEra Energy reported a yearly loss of approximately 5.66% of the electricity that they transmit. The nationwide average energy loss is 2.76%. This gives NextEra Energy a ranking of 1066th best out of 3509 providers in the country.

NextEra Energy Rate & Electric Bills

NextEra Energy residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in April.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.138/kWh$0.087/kWh$189.19/mo.$91.47/mo.
1767th12.69¢NextEra Energy's Average residential price per kWh
2447th$143.59Average monthly electricity bill for NextEra Energy's residential customers

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NextEra Energy Overview

  • Company Type:Retail Power Marketer
  • Subsidiary CompaniesFlorida Power & LightGulf Power CompanyGexa EnergyNextEra Energy Garrison Butte Wind, LLC
  • Headquarters:20455 State Highway 249, Suite 200
    Houston, Texas 77070
    United States of America
  • CEO:Brian Landrum

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Quick Facts About NextEra Energy

NextEra Energy generates 15,526,746 megawatt hours of electricity (or 6.60% of their total production) from solar energy.

NextEra Energy's nuclear power plants generate 46,734,456.45 megawatt hours. This is the 6th most out of 3509 providers in the United States6th highest in the nation out of 3509 suppliers.

NextEra Energy is the 2nd largest electricity company out of 3509 providers in the United States based on megawatt hours sold.

Roughly 1.72% of NextEra Energy's total electricity comes from the use of coal.

NextEra Energy produces 158,587,543.37 megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel types, which is 5th in the US out of 3509 companies.

NextEra Energy produces 60,984,856.5 megawatt hours of electricity (or 25.94% of their total electricity production) from wind energy.

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Energy Loss

NextEra Energy's energy loss due to business operations.


Total Energy Loss


1066 National Rank

NextEra Energy Energy Makeup

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NextEra Energy State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
District of Columbia1834,507,200150.11%

NextEra Energy County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Baker County28,259312.17$150.08/mo
Bay County175,216314.10$148.10/mo
Bradford County28,303313.71$148.81/mo
Brevard County606,612313.27$146.61/mo
Broward County1,944,375112.66$142.17/mo
Calhoun County13,648513.75$141.97/mo
Charlotte County186,847212.21$139.81/mo
Clay County218,245411.71$141.04/mo
Collier County375,752210.88$132.96/mo
Columbia County69,698313.87$149.53/mo

Power Plants Owned by NextEra Energy

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Miami-Dade County FL Nuclear 19,849,0712,422,536,082.78122.05
West County Energy CenterFlorida Power & Light (100.00%)
Palm Beach County FL Natural Gas 19,226,451.987,132,745,022.41370.99
Hutchinson Island South CDP FL Nuclear 16,234,427
Jackson County MS Natural Gas 11,530,549.016,445,113,228.04558.96
Okeechobee Clean Energy CenterFlorida Power & Light (100.00%)
Okeechobee County FL Natural Gas 10,659,5773,614,734,460.11339.11
Lee County FL Natural Gas 10,414,1554,015,980,055.74385.63
Rockingham County NH Nuclear 9,856,393
Indiantown CDP FL Natural Gas 9,662,360.013,683,280,415.55381.2
Point Beach Nuclear PlantNextEra Energy (100.00%)
Manitowoc County WI Nuclear 9,567,915183,429.510.02
DeBary FL Natural Gas 8,563,8863,323,057,969.42388.03

NextEra Energy Fuel Makeup

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Cities NextEra Energy Has Coverage

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NextEra Energy FAQ:

What is the phone number for NextEra Energy?

You can reach NextEra Energy by phone via (800) 882-1276.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with NextEra Energy?

NextEra Energy owns or is associated with 280 power plants.

How much is the average bundled bill for NextEra Energy customers each month?

The average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of NextEra Energy is $143.59. The US average is $125.95 for bundled service.

What percentage of NextEra Energy's electricity is produced from renewable fuel types?

NextEra Energy generates 32.57% of their electricity using renewable fuel types.

How many counties does NextEra Energy have customers in in?

There are 40 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by NextEra Energy including California, Texas, Florida, New York, and Pennsylvania.

How many states does NextEra Energy have customers in to?

There are 17 states that receive at least some electricity coverage by NextEra Energy.

What is the average BUNDLED electricity rate for NextEra Energy customers?

NextEra Energy's current average BUNDLED electricity rate is 12.69 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average US BUNDLED rate of 14.11 cents.

What percentage of NextEra Energy's electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuel sources?

NextEra Energy generates 67.46% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.

Who is the CEO of NextEra Energy?

NextEra Energy's CEO is Brian Landrum.

Does NextEra Energy have any subsidiary companies?

Florida Power & Light, Gulf Power Company, Gexa Energy, and NextEra Energy Garrison Butte Wind, LLC are owned by NextEra Energy.

What cities does NextEra Energy provider electricity to?

NextEra Energy serves electricity in 243 cities in the US.

Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
Published: 2022-03-13