US Army Corps of Engineers

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About US Army Corps of Engineers

US Army Corps of Engineers is a federally owned entity. Federal electricity companies often span multiple states and are voted into existence. Of the 149,145 megawatt hours US Army Corps of Engineers sold and dispossessed, 93.91% were via wholesale channels. During the same timeframe, the provider generated 149,145 megawatt hours from power production facilities owned by the company. The total revenue for the company in 2020 from electricity sales was $1,638,000, with 100.00% coming from sales to wholesale customers.

Energy Loss

Energy loss is a fact of life when working with electricity transmission. US Army Corps of Engineers currently averages a loss of around 1.07% of the total electricity they produce. These averages allow us to compare the grid efficiencies of the providers who operate around the United States. US Army Corps of Engineers has received a ranking of 80th best out of 3509 providers who report energy loss in the US.

US Army Corps of Engineers Overview

  • Company Type:Federal
  • Headquarters:441 G Street North West
    Washington, District of Columbia 20314
    United States of America
  • CEO:Scott A. Spellmon

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    Quick Facts About US Army Corps of Engineers

    US Army Corps of Engineers is 1st out of 3509 electricity suppliers in the country in megawatt hours produced from hydroelectric power use.

    US Army Corps of Engineers is the 18th largest producer of electricity in the nation out of 3509 providers, producing 67,479,138.05 megawatt hours.

    US Army Corps of Engineers produces 100.00% of their electricity from sustainable fuel sources, which ranks them 1st in the United States out of the 3509 providers we track.

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    Energy Loss

    US Army Corps of Engineers' energy loss due to business operations.

    -1.07%

    Total Energy Loss

    1,590MWh

    80 National Rank

    US Army Corps of Engineers Energy Makeup

    Power Plants Owned by US Army Corps of Engineers

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Douglas County WA Conventional Hydroelectric 11,622,811
    Klickitat County WA Conventional Hydroelectric 7,894,316
    Wasco County OR Conventional Hydroelectric 6,271,212
    Benton County WA Conventional Hydroelectric 4,336,640
    Multnomah County OR Conventional Hydroelectric 4,164,031
    Hughes County SD Conventional Hydroelectric 2,409,539
    McLean County ND Conventional Hydroelectric 1,989,052.99
    Lincoln County MT Conventional Hydroelectric 1,845,254.02
    Charles Mix County SD Conventional Hydroelectric 1,682,083.02
    Clearwater County ID Conventional Hydroelectric 1,482,062.01

    US Army Corps of Engineers Fuel Makeup

    CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    100.00%

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    US Army Corps of Engineers FAQ:

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with US Army Corps of Engineers?

    US Army Corps of Engineers owns or is associated with 71 power plants.

    Who is the CEO of US Army Corps of Engineers?

    US Army Corps of Engineers' current CEO is Scott A. Spellmon.

    What percentage of US Army Corps of Engineers' electricity is generated from nonrenewable fuel sources?

    US Army Corps of Engineers generates 0% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.

    What is the phone number for US Army Corps of Engineers?

    The US Army Corps of Engineers phone number is (202) 761-0011.

    What percentage of US Army Corps of Engineers' electricity is generated using renewable fuel types?

    Power plants owned by or associated with US Army Corps of Engineers generate 100.00% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.

    Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
    Published: 2022-03-13