St John Utilities: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

St John Utilities

Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics

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About St John Utilities

St John Utilities supplies electricity in Stafford County, Kansas. There are 147 commercial customer accounts and 574 residential customers who are receiving electricity from the provider. On average, St John Utilities' patrons purchase residential electricity for 7.69 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 42.57% below Kansas' average price of 13.39 cents. This makes the provider 2nd best for average electricity price out of 144 providers in Kansas. They sold 10,694 megawatt hours in 2019 by way of retail accounts. The electricity they sourced was made up of megawatt hours produced by the company at electricity plants they own and megawatt hours acquired via wholesale channels. They purchased 11,572 on the wholesale market and produced 20 megawatt hours. The supplier earned $1,132,000 in 2019. All of that revenue came from sales to retail customers alone.

The average residential electricity bill for a consumer of St John Utilities is $71.49. St John Utilities produces 9 megawatt hours from their electricity plants, which ranks them as the 66th highest producer of electricity in the state out of 141 companies. St John Utilities is the 93rd largest electricity company out of 141 electricity companies in the state based on number of customers. The provider generates 652nd megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel types per year. This makes them 50th in the state out of 141 suppliers.

St John Utilities Rate & Electric Bills

St John Utilities residential electric rates are highest in May and the highest average bill is in July.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.111/kWh$0.071/kWh$117.66/mo.$51.72/mo.
75th7.69¢St John Utilities' Average residential price per kWh
156th$71.49Average monthly electricity bill for St John Utilities' residential customers

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St John Utilities Overview

  • Company Type:Municipal
  • Headquarters:115 East 4th Avenue
    St. John, Kansas 67576
    United States of America
  • Director/Superintendent:Mark Bryant

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St John Utilities Service

  • States Served:
    • Kansas
  • Counties Served:
    • Stafford County
  • Major Cities Served:

Quick Facts About St John Utilities

St John Utilities has no electricity generation sources and must purchase all of the electricity they sell to customers.

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St John Utilities State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Kansas721960,540.49107100%

St John Utilities County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Stafford County4,106613.66$113.59/mo

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St John Utilities FAQ:

Who is the CEO of St John Utilities?

The current CEO of St John Utilities is Mark Bryant.

What percentage of St John Utilities' electricity is produced using renewable fuel sources?

St John Utilities produces 0% of their electricity from renewable fuels.

How much is the average bundled bill for St John Utilities customers each month?

The average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of St John Utilities is $71.49. The Kansas average bundled bill is $117.75 and the US average is $117.75.

What is the phone number for St John Utilities?

You can reach St John Utilities by phone via (620) 549-3208.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for St John Utilities customers?

The average bundled price of electricity for customers of St John Utilities is 7.69 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What percentage of St John Utilities' electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuel sources?

St John Utilities generates 100.00% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel types.

Nick Reese
Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2022-08-01