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About Washington EMC
Washington EMC is an electric cooperative headquartered in Sandersville, Georgia and serving customers in 16 cities in Georgia including cities such as Milledgeville, Dublin, Sandersville, Wrightsville, and East Dublin. The company has 7 industrial customer accounts, 14,991 residential customer accounts and 746 commercial accounts spread throughout their service area. On average, Washington EMC's residential electricity rate is 12.20 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 9.95% lower than the average Georgia rate of 13.55 cents. They sold 343,198 megawatt hours in 2020 through traditional retail accounts. The electricity sourced by Washington EMC is made up primarily of megawatt hours they acquired by way of wholesale channels. Of the electricity sourced by the company, whole purchased made up 100.00%. In 2020, the company made a total of $36,513,700 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had revenue of $35,648,000 from retail sales to end users.
The average residential electric bill for a customer of Washington EMC is $125.29 per month. The supplier is not associated with any power facilities and all of the electricity that they sell to their consumers must be purchased wholesale from other companies.
Washington EMC offers net metering options to their consumers. This makes it cheaper for people to install solar and other electricity options as they have the ability to sell unneeded kilowatt hours into the grid.
Washington EMC reported a yearly loss of around 4.25% of the electricity that they generate. Loss of electricity due to heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is operating in the electricity generation business and electricity providers must report these losses. This percentage of energy lost earns them a rank of 719th best out of 3509 providers who report energy loss in the US and 29th best out of 94 in Georgia.
Washington EMC Rate & Electric Bills
Washington EMC residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.
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Washington EMC Overview
- Company Type:Cooperative
- Headquarters:258 North Harris Street
Sandersville, Georgia 31082
United States of America
- CEO:Wendy Sellers
Washington EMC Contact
Washington EMC Service
- Rates & Plans:www.washingtonemc.com
- Outage Phone:(800) 552-2577
- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Laurens County
- Baldwin County
- Emanuel County
- Washington County
- Johnson County
- Major Cities Served:See all cities
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Washington EMC's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
719 National Rank
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Washington EMC FAQ:
What is the average bundled bill for Washington EMC customers each month?
Currently, the average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of Washington EMC is $125.29. The state average bundled bill is $144.46 and the US average is $144.46.
Who is the CEO of Washington EMC?
Washington EMC's CEO is Wendy Sellers.
What is the phone number for Washington EMC?
The Washington EMC phone number is (478) 552-2577.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Washington EMC customers?
The average bundled rate of electricity for consumers of Washington EMC is 12.20 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
How many counties does Washington EMC sell electricity in?
Washington EMC sells electricity to customers in 9 counties in the United States including Georgia.
What cities does Washington EMC offer service in?
Washington EMC provides electricity in 16 cities throughout the United States including Georgia.