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About Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems

Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems is a political subdivision. A political subdivision is a government entity voted into existence by the residents that it serves. There were a total of 3,372,257 megawatt hours sold to wholesale customers. Of the megawatt hours they sourced, 1,067,034 of them were generated by electricity generation facilities owned by Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems and 2,284,996 megawatt hours were acquired on the wholesale market. Their total revenue in 2022 from electricity activities was $305,855,800, with 91.06% coming from sales to the wholesale electricity market.

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Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems Overview

  • Company Type:Political Subdivision
  • Headquarters:155 North 400 West Suite 480
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
    United States of America
  • CEO:Doug Hunter

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      Quick Facts About Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems' electricity generation plants produce 858,424 megawatt hours by burning natural gas.

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems has the 238th highest total electricity generation in the US, producing 1,374,432.53 megawatt hours.

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems produces 88.16% of their total electricity generation from non-renewable fuel types. The total electricity produced from non-renewable sources is 1,211,681.53 megawatt hours, which is 214th most in the US out of 3517 suppliers.

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems is 174th in the US out of 3517 electric companies in megawatt hours generated from coal usage.

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems is ranked 81st out of 3517 suppliers that we track in the country for the total percentage of electricity output coming from sustainable sources.

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems generates 162,751 megawatt hours (or 11.84% of their total generation) from the use of sustainable fuels in their power generation plants.

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      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems Energy Makeup

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      Power Plants Owned by Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems

      PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
      Emery County UT Coal 2,740,834.023,103,668,856.591,132.38
      Payson UT Natural Gas 858,424384,878,881.24448.36

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems Fuel Makeup

      NATURAL GAS
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      62.46%
      COAL
      Coal
      Coal
      Coal
      22.11%
      WIND
      Wind
      Wind
      11.84%
      WASTE HEAT
      Waste Heat
      3.51%
      DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
      Distillate Fuel Oil
      0.08%

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      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems FAQ:

      What percentage of Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems' electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel types?

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems produces 88.16% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.

      What percentage of Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems' electricity is produced from renewable fuel types?

      Electric generation facilities owned by or associated with Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems produce 11.84% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.

      Who is the CEO of Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems?

      The CEO of Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems is Doug Hunter.

      What is the phone number for Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems?

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems' customer service phone number is (801) 566-3938

      How many power plants are owned by or associated with Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems?

      Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems is associated with or owns 2 power plants.

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      Published: 2022-03-13