Washington County, Utah Electricity Rates & Statistics

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Washington County, Utah Electricity Overview

Washington County is the 1337th largest producing county out of 3221 counties in the country when considering megawatt hours produced using renewable fuel sources.

Washington County ranks 456th county out of 3221 counties in the United States in hydroelectric power generation, generating 7,992 megawatt hours per year from hydroelectric facilities.

Washington County is ranked as the 5th largest consuming county out of 29 counties in the state with 1,798,324.98 megawatt hours being consumed by residents who live there.

As the 696th highest county in the United States for non-renewable production per capita, Washington County generates 0.94 megawatt hours per person each year.

Washington County generates 0.02 megawatt hours per capita per year from solar energy sources, giving the county a ranking of 8th in the state out of 29 counties.

The average residential price per kilowatt hour in Washington County is 10.28 cents. This is approximately 26.56% less than the national average of 13.99 cents per kilowatt hour.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    1,798,325 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    9.98 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    181,335 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    12,123 MWh

  • Production from Non-Renewable Energy

    169,212 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    1.01 MWh

EMISSIONS

  • CO2 Emissions

    1,185,560,739 kg

  • CO2 Emissions per Capita

    6,576.26 kg

St. George, UT Electricity Overview

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On average, St. George's residential electricity rate is 9.50 cents per kilowatt hour, which is, fortunately, 32.12% less than the average nationwide electricity rate of 13.99 cents. St. George produces 14.02% of the electricity needed in the city and must import power from neighboring cities and counties or rural area power plants. St George Utilities sells an estimated 691,516.88 megawatt hours in the city each year, which is more than all other electricity providers.

St. George's top fuel source consumed for electricity production is Natural Gas. The city produces 127,654 megawatt hours from this fuel source. Other fuel types used include Solar at 3.10% and Distillate Fuel Oil at 1.16% of generation. Tracking emissions on a per capita basis gives us a glimpse of the emissions efficiency of a city. The city averages 6,600.92 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita from electricity consumption, which is sufficient to rank them 326th highest in Utah out of 334 cities for emissions efficiency. Total emissions in the city are 629,344,680.94 kilograms, which is the 7th worst total amount of pollution for any city in the state. St. George has 4 power generation plants within its borders. This is the 2nd highest amount of plants within a city in the state.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in St. George

St. George residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in July.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.108/kWh$0.094/kWh$151.86/mo.$61.39/mo.
30th9.50¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of St. George
316th$97.46Average residential monthly electricity bill for St. George Residents

Electric Companies With Service in St. George, Utah

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Dixie PowerBUNDLED7.68107.21337,068.7825,892,028.13
PacifiCorpBUNDLED10.7581.638,068,920867,087,899
St George UtilitiesBUNDLED9.9498.05129,200320,25531,831,701

Zips with electric coverage in St. George, Utah include: 84790, 84770, 84780, 84738, 84765

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Washington, UT Electricity Overview

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On average, Washington's residential electricity rate is 10.26 cents per kilowatt hour, which is, fortunately, 26.67% less than the average nationwide electricity rate of 13.99 cents. The largest electricity supplier in the city based on megawatt hours sold is Washington City Utilities.

Washington has zero electricity plants within its borders. The city is the 37th highest ranked city in the state out of 334 when it comes to total pollution due to electricity consumption, with the city releasing 191,804,516.65 kilograms of CO2 emissions. Averaging 6,851.87 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident, the city ranks 86th worst in Utah for emissions per capita from electricity consumption.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Washington

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.126/kWh$0.100/kWh$141.17/mo.$54.70/mo.
41st10.26¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Washington
313th$94.07Average residential monthly electricity bill for Washington Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Washington, Utah

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Dixie PowerBUNDLED7.68107.21337,068.7825,892,028.13
PacifiCorpBUNDLED10.7581.638,068,920867,087,899
Washington City UtilitiesBUNDLED11.2195.4483,926.99,404,664.89

Zips with electric coverage in Washington, Utah include: 84790, 84770, 84780, 84737

Hurricane, UT Electricity Overview

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On average, Hurricane's residential electricity rate is 8.99 cents per kilowatt hour, which is, fortunately, 35.74% less than the average nationwide electricity rate of 13.99 cents. Hurricane produces 6.31% of the electricity needed in the city and must import power from neighboring cities and counties or rural area power plants. Hurricane City Power Utilities has an estimated 7,386 total residential customers, which is more than any other supplier who operates in the city.

Hurricane's top fuel source consumed for electricity production is Conventional Hydroelectric. The city produces 7,992 megawatt hours from this fuel source. Other fuel types used include Natural Gas at 21.24% and Distillate Fuel Oil at 15.38% of generation. Tracking emissions on a per capita basis gives us a glimpse of the emissions efficiency of a city. The city averages 6,678.39 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita from electricity consumption, which is sufficient to rank them 323rd highest in Utah out of 334 cities for emissions efficiency. Total emissions in the city are 133,808,201 kilograms, which is the 43rd worst total amount of pollution for any city in the state. Hurricane has 2 power generation plants within its borders. This is the 4th highest amount of plants within a city in the state.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Hurricane

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.126/kWh$0.100/kWh$141.17/mo.$54.70/mo.
25th8.99¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Hurricane
289th$86.87Average residential monthly electricity bill for Hurricane Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Hurricane, Utah

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Dixie PowerBUNDLED7.68107.21337,068.7825,892,028.13
Hurricane City Power UtilitiesBUNDLED8.8282.24,61673,455.26,479,792.45
PacifiCorpBUNDLED10.7581.638,068,920867,087,899

Zips with electric coverage in Hurricane, Utah include: 84737, 84774, 84746, 84779

Electricity Production in Washington County, Utah

Power Plants in Washington County, Utah

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions per MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Millcreek Power GenerationSt George Utilities (100.00%)
St. George UT Natural Gas 127,65466,787,842.38523.19
Washington County UT Waste Heat 31,715
Quail Creek Hydro Plant #1Washington Cnty Wtr Consv Dist (100.00%)
Hurricane UT Conventional Hydroelectric 7,992
Hurricane UT Natural Gas 4,6165,184,340.241,123.12
Bloomington Solar INextEra Energy (100.00%)
St. George UT Solar 4,131
Washington City Electric GenerationWashington City Utilities (100.00%)
Washington County UT Natural Gas 3,6812,027,475.66550.79
St. George UT Distillate Fuel Oil 1,542865,733.94561.44
Bloomington Power PlantSt George Utilities (100.00%)
St. George UT Distillate Fuel Oil 43,259.65814.91

Washington County, Utah Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Washington County's top fuel source consumed for electricity production is Natural Gas. The county produces 134,012.44 megawatt hours from this fuel source. Other fuel types used include Waste Heat at 17.49% and Conventional Hydroelectric at 4.41% of generation. Tracking emissions on a per capita basis gives us a glimpse of the emissions efficiency of a county. The county averages 6,576.26 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita from electricity consumption. Total emissions in the county are 1,185,560,738.95 kilograms, which is the 294th highest total amount of emissions for any county in the US. Washington County has 8 electricity producing plants in the county. This is the 244th highest number of power plants in a single county.

NATURAL GAS
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
73.90%
WASTE HEAT
Waste Heat
Waste Heat
17.49%
CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
Conventional Hydroelectric
4.41%
SOLAR
Solar
2.28%
DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
Distillate Fuel Oil
1.92%

Washington County, Utah Net Metering

Approximately 85.71% of the electric suppliers in Washington County offer net metering to their customers. The state has heavily restricted net metering and feed in tariffs that make solar and other alternative types of electricity generation more affordable.

Energy Loss

The 2 companies in Washington County who report energy loss metrics had an average of 4.05% of energy generated lost due to heat dissipation or other causes during transmission. With a nationwide average energy loss of 2.76%, Washington County is ranked as the 1062nd best county in the United States for energy loss efficiency.

Providers In Each City in Washington County:

  • Apple Valley, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • Enterprise, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 45.52%
    • Enterprise Utilities: 54.48%
  • Hildale, Utah:
    • Garkane Energy: 100.00%
  • Hurricane, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 20.17%
    • Hurricane City Power Utilities: 60.71%
    • Dixie Power: 19.12%
  • Ivins, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • La Verkin, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • Leeds, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • New Harmony, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • Rockville, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • Santa Clara, Utah:
    • Santa Clara Power: 75.77%
    • PacifiCorp: 24.23%
  • Springdale, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • St. George, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 18.14%
    • Dixie Power: 26.07%
    • St George Utilities: 55.79%
  • Toquerville, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • Virgin, Utah:
    • PacifiCorp: 100.00%
  • Washington, Utah:
    • Dixie Power: 22.96%
    • Washington City Utilities: 47.58%
    • PacifiCorp: 29.45%

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

FAQ

How many power plants are located within Washington County, Utah?

There are 8 power plants located in Washington County, Utah

Which electricity company is the largest supplier in Washington County, Utah?

By total megawatt hours sold, PacifiCorp is the largest electricity supplier in Washington County, Utah.

How many electric companies offer service in Washington County, Utah?

There are 7 electricity providers offering service in Washington County, Utah.

Which electricity companies offer service in Washington County, Utah?

County Customers RankProviderEst. County Customers
1PacifiCorp32,423
2St George Utilities32,116
3Washington City Utilities8,711
4Hurricane City Power Utilities7,394
5Dixie Power3,439
6Santa Clara Power3,073
7Enterprise Utilities702

Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
Published: 2022-09-30