Lincoln County, Washington Electric Profile

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On average, Lincoln County residents are responsible for 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person each year, while the Washington average emissions per capita is 1,361.54.

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The use of renewable fuel types for electricity generation in Lincoln County grew by 29.59% last year.

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At an average residential rate of 9.20 cents per kilowatt hour in the county compared to the nationwide average 13.45 cents per kilowatt hour, customers in Lincoln County benefit from a 31.60% discount from the US average rate.

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Lincoln County is the 35th largest county in the state, with 10,939 residents residing within the county's borders.

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With total generation of 212,533 megawatt hours, Lincoln County is the 1148th highest producer of electricity in the United States out of 3220 counties.

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Lincoln County is ranked as the 35th largest consuming county out of 39 counties in the state with over 100,000 megawatt hours being used by residents living there.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

  • Total Consumption

    123,625 MWh

  • Consumption per Capita

    11.3 MWh

ENERGY PRODUCTION

  • Total Production

    212,533 MWh

  • Production from Renewable Energy

    212,533 MWh

  • Production per Capita

    19.43 MWh

Davenport, WA Electric Overview

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Davenport has an average residential electricity rate of 9.23 cents per kilowatt hour, which is, fortunately, 31.41% lower than the average national electricity only service price of 13.45 cents. Avista Utilities sells 892.77 megawatt hours in the city each year, more than any other supplier.

Davenport emits 1,361.54 kilograms of CO2 emissions per resident in the city due to electricity consumption, which makes it the 40th worst polluting city out of 626 cities in the state. With total emissions of 2,476,637.87 kilograms, the city ranks 315th worst in Washington for total pollution from electricity use, however, it could be argued that emissions per capita is a better measurement of a city’s pollution levels. The city has no power generation sources, resulting in the need to import all of the 20,557.04 megawatt hours the citizens here consume annually.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Davenport

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

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.107/kWh$0.096/kWh$154.84/mo.$69.22/mo.
164th9.23¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Davenport
426th$109.41Average residential monthly electricity bill for Davenport Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Davenport, Washington

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Avista UtilitiesBUNDLED10.0495.46No DataIcon representing missing value.2,671,446268,141,676
Bonneville Power AdministrationBUNDLEDNo DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Inland PowerBUNDLED8.41123.37No DataIcon representing missing value.664,75655,935,900

Odessa, WA Electric Overview

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Odessa has an average residential electricity rate of 9.23 cents per kilowatt hour, which is, fortunately, 31.41% lower than the average national electricity only service price of 13.45 cents. Odessa is the 388th largest city in Washington, with a population of 988. Selling 433.57 megawatt hours, Avista Utilities is the largest electricity provider in the city.

Odessa is tied for last in the country for total number of power plants in a city, with zero power plants currently operating within the city. Approximately 1,345,199.68 kilograms of CO2 emissions are emitted in the city from electricity consumption each year.. Averaging 1,361.54 kilograms of CO2 emissions per capita, the city ranks 40th worst in the state for emissions per capita from electricity use.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Odessa

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

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.107/kWh$0.096/kWh$154.84/mo.$69.22/mo.
164th9.23¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Odessa
426th$109.41Average residential monthly electricity bill for Odessa Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Odessa, Washington

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Avista UtilitiesBUNDLED10.0495.46No DataIcon representing missing value.2,671,446268,141,676
Bonneville Power AdministrationBUNDLEDNo DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Inland PowerBUNDLED8.41123.37No DataIcon representing missing value.664,75655,935,900

Wilbur, WA Electric Overview

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Wilbur's residents are billed an average residential electricity rate of 9.23 cents per kilowatt hour . This is below both the Washington and the United States average rates of 9.95 and 13.45 cents per kilowatt hour, respectively. Selling 707.36 megawatt hours a year, Avista Utilities is the largest vendor in the city. Wilbur has the 413th largest population in Washington, with 779 citizens residing within its borders.

The electricity sold in Wilbur has to be imported from surrounding cities or rural areas, because there are no power generation plants within its borders. The city residents average 1,361.54 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person due to electricity use. in this category. This comes to a total emissions amount of 1,060,638.21 kilograms.

Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Wilbur

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

Historical Electric Rates:

Price Per kWHAverage Bill$0.107/kWh$0.096/kWh$154.84/mo.$69.22/mo.
164th9.23¢Average residential price per kWh in the city of Wilbur
426th$109.41Average residential monthly electricity bill for Wilbur Residents

Electric Companies With Service in Wilbur, Washington

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Avista UtilitiesBUNDLED10.0495.46No DataIcon representing missing value.2,671,446268,141,676
Bonneville Power AdministrationBUNDLEDNo DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.No DataIcon representing missing value.
Inland PowerBUNDLED8.41123.37No DataIcon representing missing value.664,75655,935,900

Energy Production in Lincoln County, Washington

Power Plants in Lincoln County, Washington

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Lincoln County, Washington Details

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Lincoln County is the 2960th highest ranked county in the country when it comes to total pollution from electricity consumption, with the county releasing 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions. This total results in 0 kilograms of CO2 emissions per person, so the county ranks 2960th highest in the United States for emissions per capita. Conventional Hydroelectric is the fuel of choice in Lincoln County, with 100.00% of electricity generation coming from the fuel source. Lincoln County is home to one electricity plant, which is the 28th highest number of power plants within a county in Washington and the 7th highest amount of plants per resident out of the state's 3220 counties.

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Lincoln County, Washington Net Metering

Lincoln County has 2 out of 3 companies reporting that they offer net metering to residents with personal solar panels. At the state level, Washington is known for decent net metering and feed in tariff regulations.

Energy Loss

Lincoln County electricity providers who report energy loss average roughly 5.23% of their energy lost per year. The nationwide average energy loss is 2.76%. This earned Lincoln County a rank of 2227th best in the country out of 3220.

Power Companies in Lincoln County, Washington

Providers In Each City in Lincoln County:

  • Almira, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 50.00%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 50.00%
  • Creston, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.62%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.62%
    • Avista Utilities: 32.76%
  • Davenport, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.33%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.33%
    • Avista Utilities: 33.33%
  • Harrington, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.33%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.33%
    • Avista Utilities: 33.33%
  • Odessa, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.33%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.33%
    • Avista Utilities: 33.33%
  • Reardan, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.33%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.33%
    • Avista Utilities: 33.33%
  • Sprague, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.33%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.33%
    • Avista Utilities: 33.33%
  • Wilbur, Washington:
    • Inland Power: 33.33%
    • Bonneville Power Administration: 33.33%
    • Avista Utilities: 33.33%

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

FAQ

What electricity company is the largest provider in Lincoln County, Washington?

By total megawatt hours sold, Avista Utilities is the largest electricity supplier in Lincoln County, Washington.

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

There are 3 electricity providers serving customers in Lincoln County, Washington.

How many power plants are in Lincoln County, Washington?

There is one power plant in Lincoln County, Washington

Which electricity companies offer service in Lincoln County, Washington?

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1Avista Utilities52,019
2Inland Power15,567
3Bonneville Power Administration1

Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2021-03-16Last Updated: 2021-11-16