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Average Rates & Usage in Allentown


In March, the average electricity rate in Allentown was 13.75¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 734 kWh, making the average bill around $101.

based on EIA Data as of June, 2020

All Electricity Plans in Allentown


Plan Name
Company
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Rating
Length
Price
12 months
7.09¢ per kWh
36 months
7.49¢ per kWh
36 months
8.19¢ per kWh
12 months
6.59¢ per kWh
12 months
7.85¢ per kWh
12 months
7.51¢ per kWh
12 months
7.39¢ per kWh
24 months
7.49¢ per kWh
24 months
7.49¢ per kWh
12 months
7.69¢ per kWh
12 months
5.88¢ per kWh
24 months
7.62¢ per kWh
24 months
8.19¢ per kWh
6 months
6.28¢ per kWh
6 months
6.49¢ per kWh
6 months
6.79¢ per kWh
6 months
6.89¢ per kWh
12 months
7.29¢ per kWh
12 months
7.39¢ per kWh
12 months
6.49¢ per kWh
12 months
7.20¢ per kWh
12 months
9.19¢ per kWh
24 months
9.39¢ per kWh
6 months
7.99¢ per kWh
12 months
8.79¢ per kWh
12 months
7.59¢ per kWh
18 months
7.29¢ per kWh
18 months
7.49¢ per kWh
18 months
8.19¢ per kWh
18 months
9.29¢ per kWh
24 months
8.69¢ per kWh
24 months
8.49¢ per kWh
12 months
8.59¢ per kWh
4 months
6.39¢ per kWh
12 months
7.69¢ per kWh
24 months
7.59¢ per kWh


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Electricity Utility Info

Allentown electricity is managed and distributed by PPL and PECO, depending on where you live. If you are without power, please contact your utility and not your Retail Electric Provider
Allentown Facts

Allentown was founded in 1762 and currently has a population of 118,032 people. Located on the Lehigh River and in Lehigh County, Allentown is famous for being the hiding place of the Liberty Bell during the Revolutionary War.
Allentown Sports

  • Lehigh Valley IronPigs - Philadelphia Phillies Triple-A Minor League Baseball Team
  • Allentown Jets - Eastern Professional Basketball League
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms - American Hockey League

Throughout the 1920s, Malcolm W. Gross, then Mayor of Allentown, dreamed of developing a park in the middle of the city where residents might walk amongst the gardens. This resulted in the planning of the Allentown Rose Gardens, completed 1931. The park is well preserved and is a great place, enjoy the gardens, and take a walk along the creek.

The Lehigh Valley Zoo is a 29-acre zoo situated in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, inside the 1,100-acre Trexler Nature Preserve. The Lehigh Valley Zoo was certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) in March 2006.

The Liberty Bell Museum (also known as the Liberty Bell Shrine Museum) is a non-profit company and museum situated in Zion's United Church of Christ in Allentown, PA. The museum, located in the church where the Liberty Bell was concealed throughout the American Revolutionary War, contains exhibits related to the Liberty Bell and the topics of liberty, patriotism, and regional history.

Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is an amusement and water park owned and run by Cedar Fair and situated between Allentown and Emmaus, Pennsylvania. The park features 8 roller coasters, other adult and kids's rides, and a waterpark, Wildwater Kingdom. It features some of the world's most popular roller coasters, including Steel Force, the ninth longest steel roller rollercoaster in the world and the second longest on the United States East Coast.

The Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley was established in 1934 by a group organized by noted Pennsylvania impressionist painter, Walter Emerson Baum. With its collection of over 13,000 masterpieces, the Allentown Art Museum is a significant local art organization. In addition, its library and archives of more than 16,000 titles and 40 current periodicals make it a crucial local cultural resource.

The Da Vinci Science Center (DSC) is a science museum and non-profit company in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It has been a leader in "bringing science to life and lives to science" since 1992. The Center excels in linking individuals of all ages to the marvels of science in their lives, their imaginative interests, and tomorrow's ingenious professions. The Center's main focus is to expose children to the importance of the STEM topics - science, engineering, innovation, and mathematics.

Allentown, PA is located in Lehigh County and is Pennsylvania's third most populated city and the 224th largest city in the United States. As of the 2010, the city had an overall population of 118,032 and is presently the fastest growing city in all of Pennsylvania.
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