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About Tipton Utilities
Tipton Utilities is headquartered in Tipton, Iowa and it serves electricity in the citizens that call the city home. There are 1,439 residential customer accounts, 367 commercial customer accounts and 8 industrial customers receiving service from the company. On average, Tipton Utilities charges their customers a residential electricity rate of 11.11 cents per kilowatt hour. Thankfully, this is 10.30% less than the state's average rate of 12.39 cents, resulting in the company ranking 68th best for average electricity rate out of 183 companies in Iowa. Tipton Utilities had total sales and disposition of 35,389 megawatt hours in 2019, of which 98.78% were via sales to end users. The electricity produced in the company's power plants made up 0.53% of the electricity sourced by the company. The purchase of wholesale electricity made up an additional 99.47%. Their total revenue in 2019 from electricity activities was $3,595,000, the entirety of which came from retail sales to end users.
The national average monthly residential power bill is $121.23, while the Tipton Utilities average is 35.75% less at $77.9 per month. The supplier produces a total of 21,482.99 megawatt hours from coal use. By customer count, Tipton Utilities is the 62nd largest provider out of 177 suppliers in the state. Electricity production plants owned or managed by the supplier use non-renewable fuel types to generate 100.00% of their total electricity production, or 21,962.58 megawatt hours. They rank 24th in the state out of 177 companies.
Tipton Utilities Rate & Electric Bills
Tipton Utilities residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in September.
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Tipton Utilities Overview
- Company Type:Municipal
- Headquarters:417 Cedar Street
Tipton, Iowa 52772
United States of America
- Director/Superintendent:Floyd Taber
Tipton Utilities Contact
- Customer Service Phone:(563) 886-6187
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Quick Facts About Tipton Utilities
Tipton Utilities has the 461st highest total electricity generation in the nation, producing 21,962.58 megawatt hours.
Tipton Utilities produces 129.58 megawatt hours from natural gas and ranks 399th out of 3509 providers in the country for this category.
Tipton Utilities Energy Makeup
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Tipton Utilities State Coverage
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Power Plants Owned by Tipton Utilities
|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions/MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
|Tipton||IA||Distillate Fuel Oil||350||260,401.74||744|
Tipton Utilities Fuel Makeup
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Tipton Utilities FAQ:
How much is the average bundled bill for Tipton Utilities customers each month?
Customers of Tipton Utilities pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $77.90.
Who is the CEO of Tipton Utilities?
Tipton Utilities' current CEO is Floyd Taber.
What is the phone number for Tipton Utilities?
You can reach Tipton Utilities by phone via (563) 886-6187.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Tipton Utilities?
Tipton Utilities is associated with or owns 2 power plants.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Tipton Utilities customers?
The average bundled rate of electricity for customers of Tipton Utilities is 11.11 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
What percentage of Tipton Utilities' electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel types?
Electric production facilities owned by or associated with Tipton Utilities generate 100.00% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.
What percentage of Tipton Utilities' electricity is produced from renewable fuel sources?
Electric production plants owned by or associated with Tipton Utilities produce 0% of their electricity from renewable fuels.