Morgan County, Utah Electric Profile

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Morgan County is the 19th most populated county in the state, with 12,124 citizens residing in the county.

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Morgan County emits 6,488.73 kilograms per capita of CO2 equivalent gases, compared to the US average of 4,494.55.

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The use of renewable fuel types for electricity generation has declined by 23.88% in the county over the course of the last 12 months.

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Morgan County customers have an average monthly residential electric bill of $83.29, which is 30.73% lower than the national average bill of $120.24.

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Morgan County is ranked as the 2575th largest electricity consuming county out of 3220 counties in the US with over 100,000 megawatt hours being consumed by customers for their electricity needs.

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Morgan County consumes 1071.76% more megawatt hours than it produces.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    122,719 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    10.12 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    10,473 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    10,473 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    0.86 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    78,669,338 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    6,488.73 kg

Morgan, UT Electric Overview

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For every person in the city there are 7,094.15 kilograms of CO2 pollution. This ranks the city 2nd worst in Utah out of 328 cities for emissions per capita. A total of 29,681,938.35 kilograms of CO2 emissions are emitted from the city a year. The city must turn to neighboring towns or rural areas for electricity, because zero power production occurs in the city.

Mountain Green CDP, UT Electric Overview

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Mountain Green CDP has an average residential electricity rate of 10.69 cents per kilowatt hour. This is 1.48% higher than the state's average rate of 10.53 cents, resulting in the city ranking 75th out of 328 cities in the state for best average electricity rate. The average residential electric bill for a citizen in the city is $83.29 per month. PacifiCorp is the largest provider in the city based on total residential customers.

Mountain Green CDP emits 7,094.15 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita due to electricity consumption, which makes it the 73rd worst polluting city out of 328 cities in Utah based on emissions per capita. A total of 27,333,773.54 kilograms of CO2 emissions are emitted from the city a year. This is enough to rank 102nd highest in the state for total pollution. The city has no power generation plants.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Mountain Green CDP

Mountain Green CDP residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in September.

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.126/kWh$0.100/kWh$141.17/mo.$54.70/mo.
75th10.69¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Mountain Green CDP
62nd$83.29Average residential monthly electricity bill for Mountain Green CDP Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Mountain Green CDP, Utah

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PacifiCorpBUNDLED10.6983.29No DataIcon representing missing value.8,133,370869,318,837

Enterprise CDP, UT Electric Overview

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Enterprise CDP's citizens are charged an average residential electricity rate of 10.69 cents per kilowatt hour. While this is higher than the state average price of 10.53 cents per kilowatt hour it is lower than the nationwide average of 13.45 cents. Enterprise CDP has the 171st highest population in the state, with 902 residents calling the city home. Citizens in the city have an average monthly residential electricity bill of $83.29. This is 30.73% below the national average bill of $120.24.

On average, Enterprise CDP residents emit 7,094.15 kilograms of CO2 emissions from the consumption of electricity, which makes it the 73rd highest polluting city out of 328 cities in the state based on emissions per capita. With total emissions of 6,398,926.48 kilograms, the city ranks 169th worst in Utah for total pollution from electricity consumption. There are no electricity generation plants in The city.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Enterprise CDP

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

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.126/kWh$0.100/kWh$141.17/mo.$54.70/mo.
75th10.69¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Enterprise CDP
62nd$83.29Average residential monthly electricity bill for Enterprise CDP Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Enterprise CDP, Utah

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PacifiCorpBUNDLED10.6983.29No DataIcon representing missing value.8,133,370869,318,837

Energy Production in Morgan County, Utah

Power Plants in Morgan County, Utah

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Morgan County, Utah Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

In Morgan County, Conventional Hydroelectric is 100.00% of the fuel types utilized for electricity generation. Tracking emissions on a per capita basis gives us a glimpse of the emissions efficiency of a county. The county averages 6,488.73 kilograms of CO2 emissions per citizen due to electricity use. This equals a total pollution amount from electricity use of 78,669,337.69 kilograms of CO2 emissions. There is one power plant in Morgan County, which is the 1432nd most plants in a county in the country and translates to the 922nd highest number of plants per capita.

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Morgan County, Utah Net Metering

Morgan County is home to one electric provider. Fortunately for customers in the county who are interested in installing their own solar panels, the only supplier in town offers net metering options. Citizens of Utah have restricted net metering regulations that allow them to take advantage of some additional benefits of personal solar.

Power Companies in Morgan County, Utah

FAQ

What electricity company is the largest supplier in Morgan County, Utah?

The largest electricity company in Morgan County, Utah by total customer count is PacifiCorp.

What electricity companies offer service in Morgan County, Utah?

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1PacifiCorp10,791

How many power plants are within Morgan County, Utah?

There is one power plant in Morgan County, Utah

Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-11-16