Smithfield Utilities

With their main offices in Smithfield, North Carolina, Smithfield Utilities offers electricity services 5 cities throughout Johnston County, North Carolina and is classified as a municipally owned organization. There are 4,418 customers receiving electricity from the company. These customer accounts are made up of 0.14% industrial customers, 23.79% commercial customers and 76.08% residential properties. Smithfield Utilities' customers are billed an average residential electricity rate of 11.18 cents per kilowatt hour, resulting in the company ranking 14th out of 105 companies in North Carolina and 1171st out of 3510 in the US. In 2019 they had retail sales of 168,802 megawatt hours. Of the megawatt hours they sourced, 176,571 megawatt hours were purchased on the wholesale electricity market. In 2019, they made a total of $16,907,000 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had revenue of $16,535,000 from retail sales to end users.

About Smithfield Utilities

Consumers of the company pay an average monthly residential electricity bill of $109.09. This is 9.27% less than the nationwide average of $120.24. The provider does not have ownership in any electricity generation facilities and all of the megawatt hours that they sell to their consumers must be purchased from other providers.

Smithfield Utilities Net Metering

Smithfield Utilities 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 .

Smithfield Utilities Rate & Electric Bills

Smithfield Utilities residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in December.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.118/kWh$0.110/kWh$132.22/mo.$109.09/mo.
1171st11.18¢Smithfield Utilities's Average residential price per kWh
1621st$109.09Average monthly electric bill for Smithfield Utilities's residential customers

Smithfield Utilities Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:350 East Market Street
    Smithfield, North Carolina 27577
    United States of America
  • CEO:Curtis Wynn

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Smithfield Utilities State Coverage

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North Carolina4,41815,342,00059100%

Smithfield Utilities County Coverage

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Johnston County209,339612.22$123.68/mo

Cities Smithfield Utilities Has Coverage

  • Four Oaks, NC
  • Pine Level, NC
  • Selma, NC
  • Smithfield, NC
  • Wilson's Mills, NC

* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.

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Smithfield Utilities FAQ:

What is the average electricity rate for Smithfield Utilities customers?

The average rate of electricity for consumers of Smithfield Utilities is 11.18 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

How much is the average bill for Smithfield Utilities customers each month?

Consumers of Smithfield Utilities pay, on average, a monthly bill of $109.09.

Who is the CEO of Smithfield Utilities?

Smithfield Utilities’s CEO is Curtis Wynn.

What cities does Smithfield Utilities offer service in?

Smithfield Utilities supplies to 5 cities.

What is the phone number for Smithfield Utilities?

The Smithfield Utilities phone number is (919) 934-2116.

Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-08-25