Hardeman County, Tennessee Electricity Rates & Statistics

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Hardeman County, Tennessee Electricity Overview

As the 367th largest generator of solar power in the country out of 3221, Hardeman County generates 29,847 megawatt hours from solar.

The county is the 1534th highest producer of electricity in the country out of 3221 counties, producing 29,847 megawatt hours.

The use of renewable fuel types for electricity production has dropped by 1.23% in Hardeman County during the previous 12 months.

Hardeman County is ranked 1987th out of 3221 for worst polluting county in the United States when considering emissions per person. The county emits 4,160.26 kilograms per person per year of CO2 gases.

Consumers in the county use 1237.05% of the electricity that the county generates.

Releasing 105,928,616.18 kilograms of CO2 gases, Hardeman County has the 57th highest pollution level due to electricity consumption of any county in the state.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    369,223 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    14.5 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    29,847 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    29,847 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    1.17 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    105,928,616 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    4,160.26 kg

Bolivar, TN Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity price for Bolivar is around 11.97 cents per kilowatt hour. Sadly, this is 5.06% higher than Tennessee's average rate of 11.39 cents, which ranks the city 471st best for average electricity rate out of 505 cities in Tennessee. The nationwide average monthly residential power bill is $123.86, while the Bolivar average is 10.97% higher at $137.45 per month. Selling an estimated 2,679.26 megawatt hours a year, Bolivar Energy Authority is the largest electricity supplier in the city.

The consumption of electricity in Bolivar accounts for 23,558,581.24 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which is the 109th highest in the state out of 505 cities. A better measurement of pollution is the CO2 levels per person in the city, which is 4,526.14 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person per year. Using this calculation Bolivar is the 16th highest polluting city in the state. The city has zero power producing plants.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Bolivar

Bolivar residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in November.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.124/kWh$0.120/kWh$155.86/mo.$137.45/mo.
471st11.97¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Bolivar
376th$137.45Average residential monthly electricity bill for Bolivar Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Bolivar, Tennessee

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Bolivar Energy AuthorityBUNDLED11.97137.45122,24814,627,000

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Whiteville, TN Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity price for Whiteville is around 11.90 cents per kilowatt hour. Sadly, this is 4.45% higher than Tennessee's average rate of 11.39 cents, which ranks the city 468th best for average electricity rate out of 505 cities in Tennessee. Customers in the city have an average monthly residential electric bill of $147.66. This is 19.21% more than the nationwide average of $123.86. The largest vendor in the city based on megawatt hours sold is Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation.

The consumption of electricity in Whiteville accounts for 11,795,132.12 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which is the 168th highest in the state out of 505 cities. A better measurement of pollution is the CO2 levels per person in the city, which is 4,526.14 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person per year. Using this calculation Whiteville is the 16th highest polluting city in the state. The city has zero power producing plants.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Whiteville

Whiteville residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in September.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.124/kWh$0.107/kWh$213.21/mo.$110.41/mo.
468th11.90¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Whiteville
414th$147.66Average residential monthly electricity bill for Whiteville Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Whiteville, Tennessee

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Bolivar Energy AuthorityBUNDLED11.97137.45122,24814,627,000
Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership CorporationBUNDLED11.86152.98666,40979,027,000

Middleton, TN Electricity Overview

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The consumption of electricity in Middleton accounts for 2,978,202.97 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which is the 339th highest in the state out of 505 cities. A better measurement of pollution is the CO2 levels per person in the city, which is 4,526.14 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person per year. Using this calculation Middleton is the 16th highest polluting city in the state. The city has zero power producing plants.

Electricity Production in Hardeman County, Tennessee

Power Plants in Hardeman County, Tennessee

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions per MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Latitude Solar CenterLS Power (100.00%)
Hardeman County TN Solar 29,847

Hardeman County, Tennessee Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Electricity consumption in Hardeman County results in 105,928,616.18 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This is the 1748th largest emissions amount of any county in the country. More telling of the county's pollution reality is the per person CO2 emission amount. That amount stands at 4,160.26 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which results in the county being the 78th ranked county in the state and 1987th nationally for CO2 emissions released per capita. About 100.00% of electricity in Hardeman County comes from generation using Solar. Hardeman County is home to one electricity producing plant.

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Energy Loss

The average energy loss for companies in Hardeman County is 5.88%. This includes data from 3 companies, including Bolivar Energy Authority, Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, and Chickasaw Electric Cooperative. With a nationwide average energy loss of 2.76%, Hardeman County is ranked as the 2441st best county in the US for energy loss efficiency.

Providers In Each City in Hardeman County:

  • Bolivar, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Grand Junction, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Hickory Valley, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Hornsby, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Saulsbury, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Silerton, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Toone, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 100.00%
  • Whiteville, Tennessee:
    • Bolivar Energy Authority: 34.26%
    • Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation: 65.74%

* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.

FAQ

Which electricity company is the largest provider in Hardeman County, Tennessee?

The largest electricity provider in Hardeman County, Tennessee by total revenue is Bolivar Energy Authority.

How many power plants are in Hardeman County, Tennessee?

Hardeman County, Tennessee has one electricity plant generating electricity for the county and surrounding areas.

Which electricity companies offer service in Hardeman County, Tennessee?

How many electric companies offer service in Hardeman County, Tennessee?

Hardeman County, Tennessee has 3 electricity suppliers offering service in the area.

Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
Published: 2022-09-24