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Grant County, Washington Electricity Overview

By megawatt hours sold, the largest provider in Grant County is Grant County PUD.

At an average residential rate of 6.25 cents per kilowatt hour in the county compared to the national average 16.12 cents per kilowatt hour, customers in Grant County benefit from a 61.21% discount from the nationwide average rate.

Grant County's ability to produce 3,760,890 megawatts of electricity through the use of hydroelectric energy sources, has given rise to its ranking of 6th highest hydroelectric energy generating county in the state out of 39 counties.

Grant County ranks 13th out of 39 counties in the state for total electricity usage, with its residents using over 1,100,000 megawatt hours.

The county is ranked as the 8th highest generator of electricity in the state out of 39 counties for total electricity generation, generating 3,760,890 megawatt hours.

Grant County has experienced a 12.34% decline over the past 12 months in the usage of renewable fuels for electricity generation.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    1,148,851 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    11.34 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    3,760,890 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    3,760,890 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    37.12 MWh

Recent Electricity Rates and Production Changes in Moses Lake

To see the most recent electricity rates and production changes for cities in Grant County, select the city below. If you would like to get access to monthly historical data, please contact us directly by submitting a request.

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Moses Lake Electricity Pricing Data

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Rate for April, 2024

6.42¢ per kWh

  • 1.09% higher than last month
  • 8.13% higher than April last year
  • 45.8% lower than the Washington average
  • 62.04% lower than the US average
  • 38th in the state out of 625 cities
  • The state rank is the same since last month
  • The state rank is the same since April last year
  • 74th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has dropped by 3 since last month
  • The national rank is the same since April last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Rate

6.12¢ per kWh

  • 0.66% higher than last month
  • 7.51% higher than April last year
  • 45.77% lower than the Washington average
  • 62.03% lower than the US average
  • 38th in the state out of 625 cities
  • The state rank is the same since last month
  • The state rank is the same since April last year
  • 46th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank is the same since last month
  • The national rank has dropped by 4 since April last year

Average Residential Bundled Electricity Bill for April, 2024

$106.73 per month

  • 16.32% lower than last month
  • 0.9% lower than April last year
  • 0.53% lower than the Washington average
  • 5.34% lower than the US average
  • 155th in the state out of 625 cities
  • The state rank has increased by 42 since last month
  • The state rank has increased by 52 since April last year
  • 14,054th in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 6,506 since last month
  • The national rank has increased by 4,206 since April last year

12 Month Rolling Average Residential Bundled Bill

$107.43 per month

  • 0.07% lower than last month
  • 1.95% higher than April last year
  • 0.19% higher than the Washington average
  • 21.05% lower than the US average
  • 200th in the state out of 625 cities
  • The state rank has dropped by 1 since last month
  • The state rank is the same since April last year
  • 5,202nd in the US out of 31,696 cities
  • The national rank has increased by 254 since last month
  • The national rank has dropped by 1,010 since April last year

Moses Lake, WA Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity price for Moses Lake is about 6.12 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 45.77% less than the average Washington rate of 11.29 cents and 62.03% lower than the nationwide average of 16.12 cents. Grant County PUD is the largest electricity supplier in the city based on megawatt hours sold. The average monthly residential power bill for a citizen in the city is $107.43 per month.

Emitting 34,074,287.82 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year, Moses Lake is the 51st worst out of 645 cities in the state for total emissions from electricity use. Additionally, the city ranks 72nd highest in the state in emissions per person, which could be argued to be the more important statistic. Within Moses Lake, there are no electricity generating facilities. The inhabitants must depend on electricity generated outside of the city limits.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Moses Lake

Moses Lake residential electric rates are highest in April and the highest average bill is in January.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.064/kWh$0.052/kWh$153.63/mo.$71.12/mo.
38th6.12¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Moses Lake
200th$107.43Average residential monthly electricity bill for Moses Lake Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Moses Lake, Washington

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Grant County PUDBUNDLED6.12107.51865,657.6752,959,572.54

Ephrata, WA Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity price for Ephrata is about 6.12 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 45.77% less than the average Washington rate of 11.29 cents and 62.03% lower than the nationwide average of 16.12 cents. Grant County PUD is the largest electricity supplier in the city based on megawatt hours sold. The average monthly residential power bill for a citizen in the city is $107.43 per month.

Emitting 11,486,518.93 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year, Ephrata is the 145th worst out of 645 cities in the state for total emissions from electricity use. Additionally, the city ranks 489th highest in the state in emissions per person, which could be argued to be the more important statistic. Within Ephrata, there are no electricity generating facilities. The inhabitants must depend on electricity generated outside of the city limits.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Ephrata

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.064/kWh$0.052/kWh$153.63/mo.$71.12/mo.
38th6.12¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Ephrata
200th$107.43Average residential monthly electricity bill for Ephrata Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Ephrata, Washington

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Grant County PUDBUNDLED6.12107.51865,657.6752,959,572.54

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Quincy, WA Electricity Overview

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The average residential electricity price for Quincy is about 6.12 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 45.77% less than the average Washington rate of 11.29 cents and 62.03% lower than the nationwide average of 16.12 cents. Grant County PUD is the largest electricity supplier in the city based on megawatt hours sold. The average monthly residential power bill for a citizen in the city is $107.43 per month.

Emitting 10,498,579.23 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year, Quincy is the 153rd worst out of 645 cities in the state for total emissions from electricity use. Additionally, the city ranks 489th highest in the state in emissions per person, which could be argued to be the more important statistic. Within Quincy, there are no electricity generating facilities. The inhabitants must depend on electricity generated outside of the city limits.

Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Quincy

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

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.064/kWh$0.052/kWh$153.63/mo.$71.12/mo.
38th6.12¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Quincy
200th$107.43Average residential monthly electricity bill for Quincy Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Quincy, Washington

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)City Production (MWh)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)
Grant County PUDBUNDLED6.12107.51865,657.6752,959,572.54

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Electricity Production in Grant County, Washington

Power Plants in Grant County, Washington

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions per MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Grant County WA Conventional Hydroelectric 3,760,890

Grant County, Washington Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Emitting 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year, Grant County is the 27th worst out of 39 counties in Washington for total emissions from electricity use. A better measurement of pollution is the CO2 emissions per person in the county, which amounts to 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person per year. This calculation ranks Grant County as the 27th highest polluting county in the state. The county has one electricity producing plant within its borders. Grant County's fuel of choice is Conventional Hydroelectric, with 100.00% of electricity generation coming from the fuel type.

CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
Conventional Hydroelectric
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Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
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Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
Conventional Hydroelectric
100.00%

Grant County, Washington Net Metering

Companies offering net metering in Grant County include Grant County PUD and Avista Utilities The state of Washington has commendable state level net metering legislation.

Energy Loss

Grant County electricity providers who report energy loss average roughly 2.33% of their energy lost per year. The United States average for energy loss is 2.87% and the Washington average is 2.98%, resulting in a rank of 196th best in the US and a state rank of 6th best out of 3230 and 39 counties, respectively.

Power Companies in Grant County, Washington

Providers In Each City in Grant County:

  • Coulee City, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Electric City, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Ephrata, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • George, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Grand Coulee, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Hartline, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Krupp, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 97.20%
    • Avista Utilities: 2.80%
  • Mattawa, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Moses Lake, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Quincy, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Royal City, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Soap Lake, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Warden, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%
  • Wilson Creek, Washington:
    • Grant County PUD: 100.00%

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

FAQ

How many power plants are located in Grant County, Washington?

There is one active electricity plant in Grant County, Washington

Which electricity company is the largest provider in Grant County, Washington?

By total customer count, Grant County PUD is the largest electricity provider in Grant County, Washington.

What electricity companies offer service in Grant County, Washington?

County Customers RankProviderEst. County Customers
1Grant County PUD54,034
2Avista Utilities1,317

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

Grant County, Washington has 2 electricity companies operating in the area.

Ginalyn Gelera
Last Reviewed By: Ginalyn Gelera
Published: 2024-07-05