Platte River Power Authority

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About Platte River Power Authority

Platte River Power Authority is a political subdivision. A political subdivision is a government owned entity that is often larger than a city but smaller than a state. In 2020 the company sold 98.43% of their total megawatt hours disposed to other providers on the wholesale market. The electricity sourced by Platte River Power Authority is made up of multiple sources including megawatt hours they produce and additional megawatt hours purchased on wholesale channels. Of the electricity sourced these two categories comprise 54.46% and 46.26%, respectively. In 2020, the supplier made a total of $240,749,200 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had 97.43% of their revenue coming from wholesale electricity sales.

Energy Loss

Electricity providers routinely submit reports for energy lost through heat dissipation and other causes to government agencies who track infrastructure efficiencies. Platte River Power Authority recently reported a loss of 1.57% of the electricity generation total. The countrywide energy loss average is 2.76%, giving Platte River Power Authority a rank of 141st best out of 3509 companies reporting energy loss in the US.

Platte River Power Authority Overview

  • Company Type:Political Subdivision
  • Headquarters:2000 East Horsetooth Road
    Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
    United States of America
  • CEO:Jason Frisbie

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Quick Facts About Platte River Power Authority

Platte River Power Authority's electricity production plants generate 164,806.75 megawatt hours from the burning of natural gas.

Roughly 93.94% of Platte River Power Authority's total electricity comes from the use of coal.

Platte River Power Authority produces 100.00% of their total electricity generation from non-renewable fuels. The total electricity produced from non-renewable sources is 2,751,407.7 megawatt hours, which is 5th most in Colorado out of 55 suppliers.

Platte River Power Authority has the 204th highest total electricity production in the nation, producing 2,751,407.7 megawatt hours.

Energy provider of the year for Colorado, Major Provider Category
Top 3 Lowest Energy Loss
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Energy Loss

Platte River Power Authority's energy loss due to business operations.

-1.57%

Total Energy Loss

72,861MWh

141 National Rank

Platte River Power Authority Energy Makeup

Power Plants Owned by Platte River Power Authority

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Moffat County CO Coal 7,588,6687,633,426,236.041,005.9
Larimer County CO Coal 1,832,331.991,738,968,963.47949.05

Platte River Power Authority Fuel Makeup

COAL
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
93.94%
NATURAL GAS
Natural Gas
5.99%
DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
Distillate Fuel Oil
0.07%

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Platte River Power Authority FAQ:

What percentage of Platte River Power Authority's electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuel types?

Platte River Power Authority generates 100.00% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuels.

What percentage of Platte River Power Authority's electricity is generated from renewable fuels?

Platte River Power Authority produces 0% of their electricity from renewable fuels.

Who is the CEO of Platte River Power Authority?

Platte River Power Authority's CEO is Jason Frisbie.

What is the phone number for Platte River Power Authority?

You can reach Platte River Power Authority by phone via (970) 226 4000.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Platte River Power Authority?

Platte River Power Authority owns or is associated with 2 power plants.

Last Reviewed By: Ginalyn Gelera
Published: 2022-03-13