Pike County Electric
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Pike County Electric Rate & Electric Bills
Pike County Electric residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in March.
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About Pike County Electric
Pike County Electric is an investor owned entity headquartered in Milford, Pennsylvania and serving customers in 2 cities in Pike County, Pennsylvania including cities such as Matamoras and Milford. The company last disclosed a total of 3,116 residential customers and 754 commercial customer accounts, which makes up the whole of their customer base. Pike County Electric's customers spend, on average, 16.60 cents per kilowatt hour for their electricity. Sadly, this is 25.07% higher than Pennsylvania's average rate of 13.28 cents, resulting in the provider ranking 55th lowest for average electricity rate out of 68 providers in Pennsylvania. In 2020 they sold 52,125 megawatt hours by way of retail sales to end users. The electricity sourced by the company primarily came from megawatt hours that they purchased on wholesale channels. They purchased 54,295 wholesale megawatt hours. In 2020, the company made 79.11% of their revenue from retail electricity sales to end users.
The average residential power bill for a customer of Pike County Electric is $120.98 per month, while the nationwide average is $120.98. Customers of the company have 0.45 power outages on average each year, with outages lasting about 83 minutes on average. The national averages for outages and duration are 1.21 outages at 122.99 minutes each. Electricity generation is not part of the Pike County Electric business plan, as they purchase power at wholesale rates and then resell to their consumers.
Luckily, Pike County Electric offers net metering choices to their consumers. This is a positive for any consumer considering purchasing personal solar panels, as net metering allows them to sell their unneeded kilowatt hours into the grid.
Electricity companies routinely submit data for energy lost through electricity transmission to government agencies who track infrastructure efficiencies. Pike County Electric recently reported a loss of 3.94% of the total electricity generation amount. The state of Pennsylvania has an energy loss average of 3.72% and the countrywide average is 2.76%, giving Pike County Electric a rank of 614th best out of 3510 providers who report energy loss in the country.
Pike County Electric Overview
- Company Type:Investor Owned
- Headquarters:105 Schneider Lane
Milford, Pennsylvania 18337
United States of America
- CEO:Steven Grandinali
Pike County Electric Contact
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Pike County Electric's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
614 National Rank
Length & Frequency of Pike County Electric's Power Outages
vs. national average of 122.99 min.
vs. national average of 1.21
Pike County Electric Coverage Map
Pike County Electric State Coverage
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Pike County Electric FAQ:
What is the average bundled bill for Pike County Electric customers each month?
Customers of Pike County Electric pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $120.98.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Pike County Electric customers?
Customers of Pike County Electric, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 16.60 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
What is the phone number for Pike County Electric?
The Pike County Electric phone number is (855) 855-2050.
Who is the CEO of Pike County Electric?
Steven Grandinali is the CEO of Pike County Electric.
When will Pike County Electric power be restored?
Average outage times for Pike County Electric are approximately 83 minutes per outage.
What cities does Pike County Electric offer service to?
Pike County Electric supplies to 2 cities in the country including Pennsylvania.