Springville City Utilities: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

Springville City Utilities

Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics

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About Springville City Utilities

Springville City Utilities provides electricity in Utah County, Utah. Customers of Springville City Utilities spend, on average, 12.57 cents per kilowatt hour for their electricity. This is 20.11% less than the national average price of 15.73 cents. There were a total of 293,179 megawatt hours sold through retail sales in 2022 by the provider. The electricity sourced by Springville City Utilities is made up of multiple sources including megawatt hours they produce and supplementary megawatt hours acquired on the wholesale market. These categories comprise 5.04% and 95.58%, respectively, of the total electricity sourced by the company. In 2022, the total revenue for Springville City Utilities was $29,056,700, which was earned entirely through electricity sales to retail customers.

Customers of the supplier have an average residential power bill of $87.27. This is 35.54% below the US average bill of $135.39. With 14,373 megawatt hours produced from non-renewable fuel types, the supplier is the 364th largest generator of megawatt hours from non-renewable fuels in the United States out of 3517 companies Dams and other hydroelectric facilities owned by the electricity supplier produce 633 megawatt hours, making the company the 15th largest producer of hydroelectric power in Utah out of 47 providers. Springville City Utilities is the 885th largest electricity company out of 3517 electricity companies in the United States based on number of customers.

Springville City Utilities Net Metering

Consumers of Springville City Utilities can take advantage of net metering solutions, which is a positive for both parties. The purchase of solar panels and alternative electricity sources is often prohibitively priced for individuals. Net metering allows purchasers of these electricity sources to sell extra electricity back to the electricity company, making the installation of these alternative sources economically viable.

Energy Loss

Providers routinely report energy lost through electricity transmission to government agencies who track infrastructure efficiencies. Springville City Utilities recently reported a loss of 1.17% of the electricity generation amount. This percentage of loss gives them a ranking of best out of 47 suppliers who report energy loss in the state.

Springville City Utilities Rate & Electric Bills

Springville City Utilities residential electric rates are highest in March and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.129/kWh$0.103/kWh$137.72/mo.$50.63/mo.
1067th12.57¢Springville City Utilities' Average residential price per kWh
471st$87.27Average monthly electricity bill for Springville City Utilities' residential customers

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Springville City Utilities Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:110 South Main Street
    Springville, Utah 84663
    United States of America
  • Director/Superintendent:Richard J. Child

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  • States Served:
    • Utah
  • Counties Served:
    • Utah County
  • Major Cities Served:
    • Springville

Quick Facts About Springville City Utilities

Springville City Utilities generates 633 megawatt hours (or 4.22% of their total production) from the use of sustainable fuel types in their power production facilities.

Springville City Utilities has no power generation sources and must purchase all of the electricity they sell to customers.

Springville City Utilities ranks 288th out of 3517 providers in the United States for total electricity production from natural gas.

Springville City Utilities is the 482nd largest producer of electricity in the country out of 3517 electricity providers, producing 15,006 megawatt hours.

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

Springville City Utilities' energy loss due to business operations.

-1.17%

Total Energy Loss

3,570MWh

105 National Rank

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Springville City Utilities Coverage Map

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Springville City Utilities State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Utah13,18431,901,29610100%

Springville City Utilities County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Utah County702,434811.48$87.36/mo

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Springville City Utilities FAQ:

What is the phone number for Springville City Utilities?

You can reach Springville City Utilities by phone via (801) 489-2750.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Springville City Utilities customers?

Springville City Utilities' current average bundled electricity rate is 12.57 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average Utah bundled rate of 11.19 cents and the average national rate of 15.73 cents.

Who is the CEO of Springville City Utilities?

Springville City Utilities' current CEO is Richard J. Child.

What percentage of Springville City Utilities' electricity is generated from nonrenewable fuel types?

Power generation plants owned by or associated with Springville City Utilities generate 95.78% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuels.

What is the average bundled bill for Springville City Utilities customers each month?

Consumers of Springville City Utilities pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $87.27.

What percentage of Springville City Utilities' electricity is generated using renewable fuel types?

Electric facilities owned by or associated with Springville City Utilities produce 4.22% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.

Fernando García
Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
Published: 2022-08-01