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Electricity In Texas

  • Population28,995,881
  • Total Consumption413,495,428 MWh / 14.26 MWh per capita
  • CO2 Equivalent Emissions166,274,535,743 kg
  • Total Production475,632,103 MWh / 16.4 MWh per capita
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Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Texas

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

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.127/kWh$0.106/kWh$193.00/mo.$91.02/mo.
21st11.91¢Average residential price per kWh in the state of Texas
47th$136.72Average residential monthly electricity bill for Texas Residents

Energy Profile of Texas

Texas's Electricity Prices and Usage

The average residential electricity rate in Texas in 2021 is 11.91 cents per kilowatt hour and the national average is 13.33 cents. This ranks Texas as the 21st lowest priced state in the United States based on average electricity rate. The state operates a deregulated electricity market, meaning consumers may choose from many electricity suppliers rather than be forced to buy electricity from a single option based on their home address. Texas has grown the quantity of electricity generated by hydroelectric sources by around 7.27% over the previous 12 months. The state is ranked as the largest consumer of electricity as 413,495,428 megawatt hours are consumed by consumers living there. The state ranks highest in the United States in total electricity generated within its borders, with 475,632,102.65 megawatt hours generated. Electricity generation facilities in the state generate 15.03% more electricity than residents of the state consume, meaning the excess electricity can be stored or exported.

Residential Electricity Providers in Texas

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CPS Energy10.83121.6510,532,4611,140,140,78324,345,268.418,914,137,168.13
Entergy Texas10.51132.746,299,319662,268,4738,295,54016,648,639,815.78
Ambit Energy12.64133.215,147,467650,841,200No DataIcon representing missing value.2,591,175,819.72
Pedernales Electric Cooperative10.36128.454,713,331488,510,100No DataIcon representing missing value.2,609,998,626.98
Austin Energy10.8495.094,702,443509,935,7009,324,228.9112,148,944,693.17
Coserv Electric10.40135.93,605,933374,846,500No DataIcon representing missing value.2,198,678,327.21
Southwestern Public Service Company10.30104.552,627,647270,625,50410,227,793.0315,335,802,403.13
El Paso Electric Company12.1385.672,544,773308,729,0003,919,145.995,615,421,466.24
Southwestern Electric Power Company13.74162.842,179,708299,386,4936,762,593.229,858,036,523.53
Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Texas)8.98143.151,869,178167,925,100No DataIcon representing missing value.1,211,982,661.05

Power Plants in Texas

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Matagorda County Nuclear 22,000,166312,287,022.1814.19No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Somervell County Nuclear 20,150,918320,487,598.4415.9No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Rusk County Coal 13,748,116.9815,142,329,094.651,101.41YesNo DataIcon representing missing value.
Robertson County Coal 11,969,191.9711,797,523,613.45985.66YesNo DataIcon representing missing value.
Thompsons Coal 11,861,655.0112,171,763,010.061,026.14No DataIcon representing missing value.1/2045
Fayette County Coal 9,761,880.0210,022,232,167.271,026.67No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Forney Energy CenterLuminant Energy (100.00%)
Forney Natural Gas 9,580,7283,723,188,151.76388.61No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Deer Park Energy CenterCalpine (100.00%)
Deer Park Natural Gas 7,391,3522,546,751,117.26344.56No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Lamar Power ProjectLuminant Energy (100.00%)
Paris Natural Gas 6,694,0612,501,759,580.04373.73No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Bexar County Coal 6,433,246.016,370,042,511.25990.18No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.

Quick Facts

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Texas produces 3.78 megawatt hours per resident of the state from renewable fuels. This makes Texas the 15th highest state for renewable production per capita in the country.

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Texas has achieved a 14.82% rise in the use of renewable fuel types for electricity production during the past 12 months.

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Electricity use per person in Texas amounts to 14.26 megawatt hours per year.

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With a national average residential electric bill of $120.11, Texas residents pay about 13.83% more than their fellow Americans per month for electricity.

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Texas is the 14th highest state for non-renewable generation per capita, with an average of 12.62 megawatt hours per resident generated from non-renewable fuel types a year.

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When measuring CO2 emissions per capita, Texas saw a 3.65% decline within the preceding 12 months.

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Anderson County57,73510No DataIcon representing missing value.12.01$123.62/mo
Andrews County18,70511311.44$114.01/mo
Angelina County86,71511No DataIcon representing missing value.12.14$122.93/mo
Aransas County23,5109No DataIcon representing missing value.12.43$126.98/mo
Archer County8,55315211.52$122.20/mo
Armstrong County1,8874No DataIcon representing missing value.12.07$86.48/mo
Atascosa County51,15312211.51$122.02/mo
Austin County30,03210212.23$130.70/mo
Bailey County7,0004110.27$93.02/mo
Bandera County23,1122No DataIcon representing missing value.11.07$128.55/mo
Bastrop County88,72311311.67$129.11/mo
Baylor County3,50914212.08$126.65/mo
Bee County32,56510No DataIcon representing missing value.11.85$125.84/mo
Bell County362,92411111.27$135.27/mo
Bexar County2,003,55451610.44$127.18/mo
Blanco County11,9312No DataIcon representing missing value.10.80$124.82/mo
Borden County65412411.50$110.81/mo
Bosque County18,68511311.11$128.91/mo
Bowie County93,2453No DataIcon representing missing value.12.45$149.30/mo
Brazoria County374,26491112.02$116.15/mo
Brazos County229,2115311.13$131.43/mo
Brewster County9,2039113.42$128.06/mo
Briscoe County1,54612211.91$101.72/mo
Brooks County7,09311111.92$130.10/mo
Brown County37,86412No DataIcon representing missing value.12.10$119.38/mo
Burleson County18,4435No DataIcon representing missing value.10.86$142.25/mo
Burnet County48,1551210.36$128.45/mo
Caldwell County43,66413No DataIcon representing missing value.11.36$125.68/mo
Calhoun County21,29010611.76$119.67/mo
Callahan County13,94311No DataIcon representing missing value.12.49$125.35/mo
Cameron County423,16310411.37$119.55/mo
Camp County13,0944No DataIcon representing missing value.11.78$140.42/mo
Carson County5,92621010.30$104.55/mo
Cass County30,0264111.80$144.25/mo
Castro County7,530629.99$83.33/mo
Chambers County43,8379211.93$124.22/mo
Cherokee County52,64610111.96$118.72/mo
Childress County7,30612112.61$110.33/mo
Clay County10,47111111.65$125.57/mo
Cochran County2,853519.91$97.55/mo
Coke County3,38713212.70$119.88/mo
Coleman County8,17512No DataIcon representing missing value.12.62$119.99/mo
Collin County1,034,73013212.13$140.02/mo
Collingsworth County2,9204No DataIcon representing missing value.14.10$106.44/mo
Colorado County21,49314112.18$130.99/mo
Comal County156,2093110.46$126.38/mo
Comanche County13,63512111.52$126.30/mo
Concho County2,72613112.28$105.32/mo
Cooke County41,25713411.65$137.39/mo
Coryell County75,95112110.72$125.82/mo
Cottle County1,39812No DataIcon representing missing value.11.71$108.82/mo
Crane County4,79710112.40$121.39/mo
Crockett County3,46411113.13$116.01/mo
Crosby County5,7374411.03$96.25/mo
Culberson County2,17111No DataIcon representing missing value.13.73$118.24/mo
Dallam County7,2875No DataIcon representing missing value.13.73$124.16/mo
Dallas County2,635,51613311.52$137.17/mo
Dawson County12,72811311.44$114.01/mo
DeWitt County20,16011No DataIcon representing missing value.11.26$124.71/mo
Deaf Smith County18,546419.37$88.89/mo
Delta County5,33110No DataIcon representing missing value.11.90$127.97/mo
Denton County887,20714611.13$131.28/mo
Dickens County2,21110111.99$109.67/mo
Dimmit County10,12410No DataIcon representing missing value.13.04$127.44/mo
Donley County3,2786113.05$101.56/mo
Duval County11,15710112.43$131.89/mo
Eastland County18,36014No DataIcon representing missing value.12.10$133.30/mo
Ector County166,22311511.82$126.00/mo
Edwards County1,93212No DataIcon representing missing value.12.51$119.07/mo
El Paso County839,2383714.31$116.87/mo
Ellis County184,82611311.22$133.45/mo
Erath County42,69810211.57$123.12/mo
Falls County17,29712110.97$128.15/mo
Fannin County35,51413112.18$137.67/mo
Fayette County25,3464110.85$125.19/mo
Fisher County3,83012No DataIcon representing missing value.12.70$122.82/mo
Floyd County5,7124511.03$96.25/mo
Foard County1,15513111.27$122.04/mo
Fort Bend County811,6887312.40$121.39/mo
Franklin County10,72514No DataIcon representing missing value.12.06$133.63/mo
Freestone County19,71711111.73$119.36/mo
Frio County20,30610111.65$122.09/mo
Gaines County21,49212No DataIcon representing missing value.10.91$113.00/mo
Galveston County342,13910711.93$124.22/mo
Garza County6,2295110.33$101.91/mo
Gillespie County26,98810No DataIcon representing missing value.11.76$122.76/mo
Glasscock County1,4099412.57$120.87/mo
Goliad County7,65812111.45$127.43/mo
Gonzales County20,83713211.51$123.56/mo
Gray County21,8865No DataIcon representing missing value.12.77$98.83/mo
Grayson County136,21213612.11$137.58/mo
Gregg County123,9454211.71$144.74/mo
Grimes County28,8804111.70$148.60/mo
Guadalupe County166,84713611.28$125.08/mo
Hale County33,4066310.73$91.77/mo
Hall County2,96411No DataIcon representing missing value.12.15$114.33/mo
Hamilton County8,4618No DataIcon representing missing value.10.62$125.69/mo
Hansford County5,3995110.56$109.68/mo
Hardeman County3,93310211.92$121.33/mo
Hardin County57,6023111.06$135.22/mo
Harris County4,713,325102812.12$131.56/mo
Harrison County66,5533312.03$147.55/mo
Hartley County5,5764114.14$118.59/mo
Haskell County5,65812311.59$120.42/mo
Hays County230,1913110.44$130.49/mo
Hemphill County3,8194212.24$100.42/mo
Henderson County82,7379112.08$129.11/mo
Hidalgo County868,70711611.64$121.33/mo
Hill County36,64912211.53$130.38/mo
Hockley County23,0215No DataIcon representing missing value.9.85$104.65/mo
Hood County61,64312311.07$126.93/mo
Hopkins County37,08412No DataIcon representing missing value.12.01$129.59/mo
Houston County22,96811No DataIcon representing missing value.11.89$119.71/mo
Howard County36,6648512.40$121.39/mo
Hudspeth County4,8863No DataIcon representing missing value.14.31$116.87/mo
Hunt County98,59413312.20$137.11/mo
Hutchinson County20,938439.91$99.30/mo
Irion County1,53612112.45$110.26/mo
Jack County8,93513411.15$125.43/mo
Jackson County14,76012No DataIcon representing missing value.11.48$122.48/mo
Jasper County35,5297111.27$132.14/mo
Jeff Davis County2,2749No DataIcon representing missing value.13.42$128.06/mo
Jefferson County251,5652710.51$132.74/mo
Jim Hogg County5,2009112.18$122.28/mo
Jim Wells County40,48210No DataIcon representing missing value.12.63$135.65/mo
Johnson County175,81711No DataIcon representing missing value.11.36$132.05/mo
Jones County20,08310112.70$122.82/mo
Karnes County15,60111511.24$127.10/mo
Kaufman County136,15410111.96$134.54/mo
Kendall County47,4315No DataIcon representing missing value.10.75$125.01/mo
Kenedy County40410No DataIcon representing missing value.12.00$131.13/mo
Kent County76210211.70$113.18/mo
Kerr County52,6004No DataIcon representing missing value.10.32$121.76/mo
Kimble County4,33710No DataIcon representing missing value.11.76$122.76/mo
King County27210No DataIcon representing missing value.11.13$122.85/mo
Kinney County3,66711212.60$127.61/mo
Kleberg County30,6809112.65$133.62/mo
Knox County3,6649211.54$126.83/mo
La Salle County7,52010No DataIcon representing missing value.11.65$122.09/mo
Lamar County49,85911412.31$128.59/mo
Lamb County12,8935210.08$96.51/mo
Lampasas County21,42810No DataIcon representing missing value.10.70$120.81/mo
Lavaca County20,1547No DataIcon representing missing value.11.26$118.79/mo
Lee County17,23912No DataIcon representing missing value.11.24$142.87/mo
Leon County17,40412No DataIcon representing missing value.11.73$118.08/mo
Liberty County88,21911No DataIcon representing missing value.11.86$126.92/mo
Limestone County23,43712110.88$126.86/mo
Lipscomb County3,2333No DataIcon representing missing value.10.76$105.38/mo
Live Oak County12,20711No DataIcon representing missing value.12.11$133.26/mo
Llano County21,7953310.85$120.93/mo
Loving County1698No DataIcon representing missing value.12.40$121.39/mo
Lubbock County310,569559.87$104.10/mo
Lynn County5,951439.84$104.29/mo
Madison County14,2845No DataIcon representing missing value.11.23$124.13/mo
Marion County9,8543112.03$147.55/mo
Martin County5,7719111.73$116.38/mo
Mason County4,27413No DataIcon representing missing value.10.95$113.95/mo
Matagorda County36,64312211.90$118.92/mo
Maverick County58,7229113.42$128.06/mo
McCulloch County7,98411212.11$121.34/mo
McLennan County256,62312411.32$132.33/mo
McMullen County74312No DataIcon representing missing value.12.03$132.07/mo
Medina County51,58412No DataIcon representing missing value.11.48$123.93/mo
Menard County2,13813111.80$113.61/mo
Midland County176,83210No DataIcon representing missing value.11.87$117.18/mo
Milam County24,82313No DataIcon representing missing value.11.17$135.49/mo
Mills County4,87311212.03$122.91/mo
Mitchell County8,54511312.76$122.24/mo
Montague County19,81812No DataIcon representing missing value.11.60$127.84/mo
Montgomery County607,39111311.84$131.13/mo
Moore County20,940369.25$95.84/mo
Morris County12,3884111.80$144.26/mo
Motley County1,20012No DataIcon representing missing value.11.71$108.82/mo
Nacogdoches County65,20411111.58$125.69/mo
Navarro County50,1139No DataIcon representing missing value.11.92$126.14/mo
Newton County13,5955211.40$130.66/mo
Nolan County14,714131212.76$122.24/mo
Nueces County362,29410912.63$135.65/mo
Ochiltree County9,8363110.76$105.38/mo
Oldham County2,112568.98$88.31/mo
Orange County83,3963211.41$133.41/mo
Palo Pinto County29,18912111.02$123.76/mo
Panola County23,1944No DataIcon representing missing value.11.71$141.69/mo
Parker County142,87811No DataIcon representing missing value.10.96$130.49/mo
Parmer County9,605519.80$82.19/mo
Pecos County15,823111713.13$116.01/mo
Polk County51,3534No DataIcon representing missing value.11.06$135.22/mo
Potter County117,415329.25$95.84/mo
Presidio County6,7049213.42$128.06/mo
Rains County12,51413No DataIcon representing missing value.12.05$130.29/mo
Randall County137,7134312.07$86.48/mo
Reagan County3,84912112.45$110.26/mo
Real County3,45212111.66$124.89/mo
Red River County12,02313No DataIcon representing missing value.11.88$124.64/mo
Reeves County15,97612113.42$128.06/mo
Refugio County6,94810No DataIcon representing missing value.12.08$128.33/mo
Roberts County8544No DataIcon representing missing value.12.24$100.42/mo
Robertson County17,0748211.32$119.39/mo
Rockwall County104,9159No DataIcon representing missing value.12.17$130.11/mo
Runnels County10,26411No DataIcon representing missing value.12.70$119.87/mo
Rusk County54,40614211.48$131.25/mo
Sabine County10,5423No DataIcon representing missing value.11.88$127.73/mo
San Augustine County8,2372No DataIcon representing missing value.10.34$123.11/mo
San Jacinto County28,8593211.06$135.22/mo
San Patricio County66,7309612.43$126.98/mo
San Saba County6,05511No DataIcon representing missing value.11.62$121.16/mo
Schleicher County2,79310211.91$112.09/mo
Scurry County16,7039812.25$114.73/mo
Shackelford County3,26514212.31$124.75/mo
Shelby County25,2745No DataIcon representing missing value.11.71$141.69/mo
Sherman County3,0224210.33$110.84/mo
Smith County232,75113No DataIcon representing missing value.11.71$126.79/mo
Somervell County9,12810111.57$123.12/mo
Starr County64,63310611.62$122.06/mo
Stephens County9,36614No DataIcon representing missing value.11.50$125.26/mo
Sterling County1,29111412.57$120.87/mo
Stonewall County1,35011No DataIcon representing missing value.11.24$118.17/mo
Sutton County3,77610No DataIcon representing missing value.11.91$112.09/mo
Swisher County7,3975No DataIcon representing missing value.11.26$86.30/mo
Tarrant County2,102,51511310.94$128.59/mo
Taylor County138,03410612.62$119.99/mo
Terrell County7766No DataIcon representing missing value.13.43$127.66/mo
Terry County12,3373No DataIcon representing missing value.10.02$102.95/mo
Throckmorton County1,50113No DataIcon representing missing value.11.47$118.17/mo
Titus County32,75013112.06$131.11/mo
Tom Green County119,20013112.28$105.32/mo
Travis County1,273,954111110.70$118.93/mo
Trinity County14,65112No DataIcon representing missing value.11.84$122.71/mo
Tyler County21,6723111.06$135.22/mo
Upshur County41,7534No DataIcon representing missing value.11.78$140.42/mo
Upton County3,65711512.29$108.00/mo
Uvalde County26,74111112.75$128.78/mo
Val Verde County49,02510213.13$116.01/mo
Van Zandt County56,59014111.90$133.97/mo
Victoria County92,08410411.61$125.39/mo
Walker County72,9715No DataIcon representing missing value.11.39$131.06/mo
Waller County55,24611No DataIcon representing missing value.12.05$134.99/mo
Ward County11,9989112.40$121.39/mo
Washington County35,8825No DataIcon representing missing value.11.26$130.45/mo
Webb County276,65210613.04$127.44/mo
Wharton County41,55611411.90$118.92/mo
Wheeler County5,0566No DataIcon representing missing value.12.42$107.75/mo
Wichita County132,23014112.53$124.96/mo
Wilbarger County12,76914511.57$124.57/mo
Willacy County21,3589511.64$121.33/mo
Williamson County590,55113111.71$127.18/mo
Wilson County51,07012No DataIcon representing missing value.11.18$126.32/mo
Winkler County8,0109212.40$121.39/mo
Wise County69,98412211.19$134.35/mo
Wood County45,5395No DataIcon representing missing value.11.64$143.73/mo
Yoakum County8,713429.61$105.67/mo
Young County18,01011211.42$119.89/mo
Zapata County14,1799212.18$122.28/mo
Zavala County11,84010No DataIcon representing missing value.13.04$127.44/mo

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

About 166,274,535,743.06 kilograms of CO2 emissions are emitted in Texas from electricity use a year. Additionally, the state ranks 17th highest in the nation for emissions per capita, which could be argued to be the more important statistic. Roughly 49.81% of Texas’s electricity is generated using Natural Gas. When taken together with Wind (20.32%) and Coal (17.68%), these three fuel types account for 417,673,764.07 megawatt hours (or 87.81%) of the state electricity production. Texas has 485 electricity generation plants, which is the 5th most power plants within a state and the 42nd highest rate of power plants per resident in a state.

NATURAL GAS
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
49.81%
WIND Renewable, RefreshableIcon representing renewability.
Wind
Wind
Wind
20.32%
COAL
Coal
Coal
17.68%
NUCLEAR
Nuclear
8.86%
SOLAR Renewable, RefreshableIcon representing renewability.
Solar
2.18%
OTHER
Other
1.15%

Texas Net Metering

Of the 138 electric providers in Texas, 67 of them report that they offer net metering. Regulations put in place at the state level are highly restricted for consumers interested in installing solar or other alternative electricity generation sources.

Energy Loss

There are 108 electricity companies in Texas that reported energy loss, including CPS Energy, Austin Energy, and Entergy Texas. Combined, these 108 electricity providers average a yearly energy loss of 0.96% of electricity produced. With a United States average of 2.72%, Texas is ranked as the 50th worst state in the United States.

Solar Taxes And Rebates

When it comes to stimulating solar panel installs at private residences, one of the best uses of government resources is tax breaks and rebates for solar installs. Texas offers a credit that is $1000 or less or there is no state tax. The state has no all encompassing rebate program, but local rebates are available to many consumers who wish to purchase solar. Texas residents have the ability to apply a 100% property tax exemption for the purchase of private solar panels, which is great news for the consumer and solar efforts. There is currently no sales tax exemption for citizens who purchase solar.

State Level Initiatives

State level initiatives play a large role in whether a state is friendly towards customers searching for renewable energy sources. Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) encourage or require electric companies to produce a certain amount of their electricity using green fuels. The state of Texas, regrettably, only has a limited or voluntary plan set up. Additionally, the state does not have any sort of low income solar programs that encourage the installation of solar panels at low income households.

FAQ: Common Questions About Energy in Texas

Where does Texas get its electricity?

Texas’s electricity is produced using primarily Natural Gas, which makes up 49.81% of the fuel used in the state. In addition, Wind makes up 20.32% and Coal accounts for 17.68%.

How much does electricity cost in Texas?

The average price per kilowatt hour of electricity in Texas in 2021 is 11.91 cents.

What electricity company is the largest provider in Texas?

By total revenue, CPS Energy is the largest electricity supplier in Texas.

How many electric companies offer service in Texas?

There are 138 electricity companies operating in Texas.

What is the average electric bill in Texas?

The average electricity bill in the state of Texas in 2021 is $137 while the national average is $120.

How many power plants are within Texas?

Texas has 485 active power plants generating electricity for the state.

Does Texas have a deregulated electricity market?

Yes, the state has a deregulated electricity market. This means that residents in the state can choose from multiple electricity companies to supply their electricity.

What is the cheapest electricity company in Texas?

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1San Saba, Texas Electric Utility5.871,845
2Mason, Texas Electric Utility6.941,515
3Rita Blanca Electric8.197,961
4Kerrville Public Utility Board8.3722,994
5Deaf Smith Electric8.4314,632
6City of Fredericksburg Utilities8.555,712
7Lea County Electric8.815,147
8New Braunfels Utilities8.8344,382
9Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Texas)8.98115,134
10City of Brenham Electric9.058,514

What electricity companies offer service in Texas?

State Customers RankArrow UpArrow pointing upwards.ProviderArrow UpArrow pointing upwards.State CustomersArrow DownBlue arrow pointing down.
1CPS Energy871,787
2Austin Energy499,542
3Entergy Texas474,298
4Ambit Energy443,055
5Pedernales Electric Cooperative363,712
6El Paso Electric Company338,413
7Southwestern Public Service Company273,658
8Coserv Electric249,175
9Southwestern Electric Power Company188,075
10Magic Valley Electric Coop121,528

Last Reviewed By: Matt Hope
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-10-14