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Utilities provide the public with vital commodities or services such as power, natural gas and water. The number of electric utility companies in the US exceeds 3,300. There are investor owned utilities, publicly owned utilities and rural municipal

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utility companies. They also provide utility rebates and utility incentives.

These companies often hold the key to energy efficiency adoption in each state because they have incentive monies allocated to programs. These utility incentive and utility rebate programs are generally aimed at providing relief to aging infrastructure at a lower cost than it would be to replace the infrastructure.

Utility rebates can be flat amounts or they can be a percentage of the overall cost of the project. The rebates generally expire and need to be renewed after one to three years or upon depletion of the utility rebate funds.

List of Utility Companies

Alabama

Alabama Municipal Electric Authority

Alabama Power, a part of the Southern Company

PowerSouth

Tennessee Valley Authority

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative

Alaska

Alaska Electric Light & Power

Chugach Electric Association

Copper Valley Electric Association

Golden Valley Electric Association

Kodlak Electric Association

Municipal Light & Power

Arizona

Arizona Public Service

Salt River Project

Tucson Electric Power

UniSource Energy Services

Page Power and Water http://www.pageutility.com/

Arkansas

Southwestern Electric Power Company

Entergy Arkansas, Inc.

California

Alameda Municipal Power

Anaheim Public Utilities

Azusa Light & Water

Burbank Water & Power

Direct Energy

East Bay Municipal Utility District

Glendale Public Service Department

Gridley Municipal Utilities

Healdsburg Municipal Electric Department

Imperial Irrigation District

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

O’Brien Cogeneration

Pacific Gas and Electric

Pasadena Water & Power

PacifiCorp (Pacific Power)

Riverside Public Utilities

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

San Diego Gas & Electric

Santa Clara Electric Department

Sierra-Pacific Power

Southern California Edison

Southern California Public Power Authority

TID Water & Power – Turlock Irrigation District

Colorado

Public Service Company of Colorado, a subsidiary of Xcel Energy

Colorado Springs Utilities

Platte River Power Authority

United Power, Inc.

Connecticut

AVANGRID (The United Illuminating Company)

Direct Energy

Eversource Energy (Connecticut Light and Power)

Northeast Utilities

Delaware

Ambit Energy

City of Dover Electric Department

City of Milford Electric Department

City of Newark Electric Department

City of Seaford Electric Department

Delaware Electric Cooperative

Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation

Delmarva Power, a subsidiary of Exelon

Lewes Board of Public Works

Municipal Services Commission of the City of New Castle

Town of Clayton Electric Department

Town of Middletown Electric Department

Town of Smyrna Electric Department

Direct Energy

District of Columbia

PEPCO, a subsidiary of Exelon

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

See also

List of Canadian electric utilities

List of public utilities

References

Wikipedia. 2019. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_electric_companies

“Electricity – Energy Explained, Your Guide To Understanding Energy – Energy Information Administration”. www.eia.gov. Retrieved 2015-12-05.

Cooperative Energy. “South Mississippi Electric Becomes Cooperative Energy”. PR Newswire. Retrieved 30 December 2019.

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