Summary of Electricity Activity in Arizona

Summary of Arizona Generation

Arizona is ranked #12 out of 51 U.S. states and territories in terms of total annual net electricity generation.

GridInfo.com electricity generation data is aggregated from Jan 2001 to Mar 2024.

Companies on File100
Plants on File202
Total Generation7.88G MMBtu
Total Sales 5.68G kWh
Total Revenue $683.52M

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Overall National Rank

#12 /51 U.S. States

In Net Annual Generation

Overall Annual Net Geneneration

121.1 TWh

Total Annual Fuel Consumption

1.0 G MMBtu

Electric Companies in Arizona

100

Arizona
Power Plants

202

Natural Gas Rank

#15

Coal Rank

#27

Nuclear Rank

#9

Hydroelectric Rank

#9

Wind Rank

#27

Solar Rank

#4

Monthly Net Generation for Arizona

Electricity Sales Distribution

Electricity Sales, Price, and Revenue Breakdown

SalesPrice (Avg)Revenue
Residential2.14G kWh14.95 cents/kWh$319.36M
Commercial2.39G kWh11.77 cents/kWh$280.79M
Industrial1.16G kWh7.17 cents/kWh$83.30M
Transportation837.14k kWh9.67 cents/kWh$80.98k
Total5.68G kWh12.03 cents/kWh$683.52M

Production by Source

Largest 24 Power Plants in Arizona

RankPlantUtilityLocationAnnual GenerationInitial Operation DateLast UpdateFuel Types
#19Apache StationArizona Electric Pwr Coop IncCochise, Arizona2.1 TWhJan 1963Mar 2024 Natural Gas : 83.0% Subbituminous Coal : 17.0%
#4Arlington Valley Energy FacilityArlington Valley LLCArlington, Arizona4.1 TWhMay 2002Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#20ChollaArizona Public Service CoJoseph City, Arizona2.0 TWhApr 1962Feb 2024 Subbituminous Coal : 99.9%
#12CoronadoSalt River ProjectSt Johns, Arizona3.2 TWhNov 1979Mar 2024 Subbituminous Coal : 99.8%
#24Davis DamU S Bureau of ReclamationKingman, Arizona1.1 TWhDec 1950Dec 2022 Water
#9Desert BasinSalt River ProjectCasa Grande, Arizona3.6 TWhSep 2001Feb 2024 Natural Gas
#13Gila River Power Block 1Salt River ProjectGila Bend, Arizona3.2 TWhApr 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#14Gila River Power Block 2Salt River ProjectGila Bend, Arizona3.1 TWhMay 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#15Gila River Power Block 3Salt River ProjectGila Bend, Arizona2.9 TWhMay 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#18Gila River Power Block 4Salt River ProjectGila Bend, Arizona2.2 TWhApr 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#7Glen Canyon DamU S Bureau of ReclamationPage, Arizona3.8 TWhAug 1964Mar 2024 Water
#6Griffith Energy LLCGriffith Energy LLCGolden Valley, Arizona3.9 TWhDec 2001Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#22H Wilson Sundt Generating StationTucson Electric Power CoTucson, Arizona1.4 TWhNov 1958Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#17Harquahala Generating ProjectNew Harquahala Generating Co, LLCTonopah, Arizona2.3 TWhMay 2004Dec 2023 Natural Gas
#21Hoover Dam (AZ)U S Bureau of ReclamationBoulder City, Arizona1.6 TWhAug 1936Mar 2024 Water
#23KyreneSalt River ProjectTempe, Arizona1.2 TWhJun 1952Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#10Mesquite Generating Station Block 1Salt River ProjectArlington, Arizona3.6 TWhMay 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#8Mesquite Generating Station Block 2Mesquite Power LLCArlington, Arizona3.7 TWhNov 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#1Palo VerdeArizona Public Service CoWintersburg, Arizona34.5 TWhDec 1985Mar 2024 Nuclear
#5Red HawkArizona Public Service CoArlington, Arizona4.0 TWhJun 2002Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#3SantanSalt River ProjectGilbert, Arizona6.5 TWhSep 1974Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#16South Point Energy CenterSouth Point Energy Center LLCMohave Valley, Arizona2.9 TWhFeb 2001Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#2SpringervilleTucson Electric Power CoSpringerville, Arizona7.1 TWhMay 1985Mar 2024 Subbituminous Coal : 99.4%
#11West PhoenixArizona Public Service CoPhoenix, Arizona3.3 TWhApr 1972Mar 2024 Natural Gas

Electricity Generation by Arizona Counties

State RankCounty# Power PlantsNet Generation
Past 12 Months
Net Generation
from Natural Gas
Net Generation
from Wind
Net Generation
from Solar
Net Generation
from Nuclear
#3Apache County, AZ410.3 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh21.6 GWh0.0 Wh
#6Cochise County, AZ92.6 TWh1.8 TWh71.8 GWh388.8 GWh0.0 Wh
#5Coconino County, AZ74.4 TWh0.0 Wh608.2 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#12Gila County, AZ254.7 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh54.7 GWh0.0 Wh
#10La Paz County, AZ5150.8 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh90.1 GWh0.0 Wh
#1Maricopa County, AZ7380.1 TWh41.1 TWh0.0 Wh4.2 TWh34.5 TWh
#2Mohave County, AZ1510.9 TWh6.9 TWh1.0 TWh210.1 GWh0.0 Wh
#7Navajo County, AZ72.5 TWh236.5 MWh251.3 GWh107.5 GWh0.0 Wh
#8Pima County, AZ362.2 TWh1.5 TWh0.0 Wh677.7 GWh0.0 Wh
#4Pinal County, AZ196.2 TWh4.7 TWh0.0 Wh1.5 TWh0.0 Wh
#13Santa Cruz County, AZ211.9 GWh3.6 GWh0.0 Wh8.3 GWh0.0 Wh
#11Yavapai County, AZ7108.2 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh108.2 GWh0.0 Wh
#9Yuma County, AZ111.4 TWh396.2 GWh0.0 Wh1.0 TWh0.0 Wh

Top 20 Electricity Producing Cities in Arizona

Electricity Generation for Neighboring States

National RankStateNet Generation# Power Plants
#26Arkansas67.1 TWh97
#4California228.8 TWh2,227
#29Colorado62.6 TWh316
#44Idaho18.0 TWh190
#21Iowa77.9 TWh334
#28Kansas63.4 TWh193
#15Louisiana106.6 TWh131
#22Missouri72.0 TWh174
#40Montana30.0 TWh95
#36Nebraska42.5 TWh145
#33Nevada46.0 TWh145
#37New Mexico42.2 TWh175
#34North Dakota45.2 TWh71
#18Oklahoma97.7 TWh157
#27Oregon66.4 TWh314
#42South Dakota19.3 TWh59
#1Texas587.8 TWh1,176
#39Utah33.8 TWh173
#14Washington110.1 TWh180
#32Wyoming46.6 TWh88

* Net Generation data is based on the last 12 months since Mar 2024