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About Swanton Electric
Swanton Electric provides electricity in Franklin County, Vermont. There are 3,352 residential customer accounts and 443 commercial customers who are receiving service from the company. Swanton Electric's customers spend, on average, 13.11 cents per kilowatt hour for their electricity. This is, luckily, 35.41% less than the state's average price of 20.30 cents, which ranks the company 3rd best for average electricity rate out of 21 suppliers in Vermont. They sold 2,339 megawatt hours through wholesale channels to other electricity providers in 2019 and 53,139 megawatt hours through retail sales. During the same timeframe, the company generated 50,068 megawatt hours and purchased 4,571 megawatt hours by way of the wholesale electricity market. In 2019, the provider made $6,788,000 from retail electricity sales to end users and a total of $43,000 via sales via wholesale electricity channels. Their revenue from all electricity activities was $6,831,100.
The average monthly residential electric bill for a customer of Swanton Electric is $83.86. Based on megawatt hours produced, Swanton Electric is the 408th largest out of 3517 electricity companies in the US. Swanton Electric is ranked as the 408th highest electricity generator out of 3517 providers in the US. The company is the 4th largest producer of hydroelectric power out of 17 providers in the state, with total production reaching 47,990 megawatt hours within the previous 12 months.
Customers of Swanton Electric have the ability to use net metering. This is a positive for any consumer potentially purchasing private solar panels, as net metering allows them to sell their excess electricity back to the grid.
Swanton Electric Rate & Electric Bills
Swanton Electric residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in May.
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Swanton Electric Overview
- Company Type:Municipal
- Headquarters:120 First Street
Swanton, Vermont 05488
United States of America
- Director/Superintendent:Duane Couture
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Swanton Electric is 1st out of the 3517 companies in the country for the percentage of their fuel usage that comes from sustainable fuel sources.
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Swanton Electric FAQ:
What is the phone number for Swanton Electric?
You can reach Swanton Electric by phone via (802) 868-3397.
What percentage of Swanton Electric's electricity is produced from renewable fuels?
Electric production facilities owned by or associated with Swanton Electric produce 100.00% of their electricity from renewable fuels.
What percentage of Swanton Electric's electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuels?
Electric facilities owned by or associated with Swanton Electric generate 0% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Swanton Electric?
Swanton Electric owns or is associated with one power plant.
What is the average bundled bill for Swanton Electric customers each month?
Swanton Electric currently has an average monthly bundled electric bill of $83.86, compared to the Vermont average of $113.43 and the national of $113.43 for bundled service.
Who is the CEO of Swanton Electric?
The CEO of Swanton Electric is Duane Couture.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Swanton Electric customers?
Consumers of Swanton Electric, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 13.11 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).