Pike County Electric
With their main offices in Milford, Pennsylvania, Pike County Electric offers electricity services 2 cities throughout Pike County, Pennsylvania and is classified as an investor owned company. There are 3,651 customers receiving electricity from the company. These customer accounts are made up of 20.16% commercial customers and 79.84% residential customers. On average, Pike County Electric charges their customers a residential electricity rate of 13.14 cents per kilowatt hour , which is lower than both the state and the United States average prices of 13.38 and 13.45 cents per kilowatt hour, respectively. Of the 54,295 megawatt hours Pike County Electric sold and dispossessed, 52,125 were from retail sales. The electricity sourced by the company is made up primarily of megawatt hours they acquired via the wholesale market. Of the total electricity sourced by the company, whole purchased made up 100.00%. In 2020, the company made a total of $7,322,900 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had revenue of $5,793,400 from retail sales to end users.
About Pike County Electric
Consumers of the company pay an average monthly residential electricity bill of $94.82. This is 21.14% less than the nationwide average of $120.24. The provider currently does not produce their own electricity. Instead, they must purchase that electricity at wholesale rates from other providers and then resell it to end consumers. Their electricity sales over the course of the last 12 months resulted in a rise in CO2 pollution of approximately 6.35%. Customers of the provider deal with 0.45 electrical outages per year with outages lasting an average of 83 minutes.
Pike County Electric offers net metering options to consumers. The purchase of solar panels and alternative electricity sources is often too expensive for private individuals. Net metering allows purchasers of these electricity sources to sell unused electricity back into the grid, making the installation of these alternative sources financially possible .
Pike County Electric currently suffers from the loss of around 3.94% of the electricity that they generate via heat dissipation and other causes. This percentage of electricity lost gives them a rank of 804th worst out of 3511 suppliers who report energy loss in the US.
Pike County Electric Rate & Electric Bills
Pike County Electric residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in March.
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
Pike County Electric Service
- Outage Map:pclpeg.com
- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Pike County
- Major Cities Served:
- Pocono Woodland Lakes CDP
- Saw Creek CDP
- Hemlock Farms CDP
- Pine Ridge CDP
- Gold Key Lake CDP
- Conashaugh Lakes CDP
- Pocono Ranch Lands CDP
- Birchwood Lakes CDP
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Quick Facts About Pike County Electric
Pike County Electric releases 23,934,511.5 kilograms of CO2 emissions due to megawatt hours sold, which ranks it as the 110th worst polluting electricity company in Pennsylvania out of 22.
Pike County Electric's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
804 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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Cities Pike County Electric Has Coverage
- Matamoras, PA
- Milford, PA
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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Pike County Electric FAQ:
What is the average electricity rate for Pike County Electric customers?
The average rate of electricity for consumers of Pike County Electric is 13.14 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
How much is the average bill for Pike County Electric customers each month?
Consumers of Pike County Electric pay, on average, a monthly bill of $94.82.
Who is the CEO of Pike County Electric?
Pike County Electric’s CEO is Steven Grandinali.
What is the phone number for Pike County Electric?
The Pike County Electric phone number is (855) 855-2050.
What cities does Pike County Electric offer service in?
Pike County Electric supplies to 2 cities.
When will Pike County Electric power be restored?
Average outage times for Pike County Electric are around 83 minutes per outage.