Taylor Electric is an electric cooperative. The largest city served by the provider is Medford, but the company also provides electricity in 5 cities in Wisconsin. A total of 4,414 customers (5.98% commercial accounts and 94.02% residential accounts) receive their electricity from the provider. Taylor Electric's patrons pay an average residential electricity rate of 14.54 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 0.88% lower than the state's average rate of 14.67 cents. This ranks the supplier 106th best for average electricity rate out of 160 suppliers in Wisconsin. Roughly 69,237 megawatt hours were sold by the provider to retail customers in 2019. Electricity production and wholesale power purchases made up 0.07% and 99.93%, respectively, of all electricity sourced. Electricity facilities owned by the company produced 48 megawatt hours and an additional 73,320 were procured by way of the wholesale market. In 2019, they made a total of $9,810,700 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had 99.38% of their revenue coming from retail sales to end users.
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The US average monthly residential power bill is $120.11, while the Taylor Electric average is 36.79% higher at $164.3 per month. Taylor Electric ranks 2965th in the nation for average monthly bill total. The production of megawatt hours recently sold by the company had CO2 pollution amounts that were 2.04% lower than the levels from the previous year. The company currently does not produce their own electricity. Instead, they must purchase that electricity at wholesale prices and then resell it to end consumers. The production of megawatt hours sold by Taylor Electric is accountable for emission amounts of 30,146,452.7 kilograms of CO2 emissions.
Customers of Taylor Electric have the ability to use net metering options. Net metering makes solar panel purchases more economically feasible as it allows citizens to sell electricity back to the grid.
All companies who transmit electricity suffer from some energy loss from heat depletion or other causes. Taylor Electric is no exception, as they average an annual loss of roughly 5.50% of the electricity they generate. The state average for energy loss is 2.37% and the United States average is 2.72%. This leaves Taylor Electric with a ranking of 25th worst out of 160 providers in Wisconsin and 1063rd worst out of 3511 suppliers in the country.
Taylor Electric Rate & Electric Bills
Taylor Electric residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in August.
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Taylor Electric Overview
- Company Type:Cooperative
- Headquarters:226 County Road 287
Merkel, Texas 79536
United States of America
- CEO:Ryan Bartlett
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Taylor Electric's energy loss due to business operations.
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1063 National Rank
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Cities Taylor Electric Has Coverage
- Athens, WI
- Dorchester, WI
- Medford, WI
- Rib Lake, WI
- Stetsonville, WI
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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Taylor Electric FAQ:
What is the average bill for Taylor Electric customers each month?
Taylor Electric currently has an average monthly electric bill of $164.30, compared to the Wisconsin average of $101.56 and the nationwide of $101.56.
How many counties does Taylor Electric supply electricity in?
Taylor Electric supplies electricity in 4 countiesUS in the nation including, Wisconsin.
What is the phone number for Taylor Electric?
You can reach Taylor Electric by phone via (325) 793-8500.
What cities does Taylor Electric have customers in in?
Taylor Electric supplies in 5 cities throughout the US including, Wisconsin.
What is the average electricity rate for Taylor Electric customers?
The average price of electricity for customers of Taylor Electric is 14.54 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
Who is the CEO of Taylor Electric?
Taylor Electric’s current CEO is Ryan Bartlett.