Utility Account Holders

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Utility Account Holders - Atlanta

Data for the number of unique utility accounts in Atlanta, Georgia has been collected from Georgia Power, Georgia natural Gas, Gas South, SCANA Energy, Commerce Energy, Infinite Energy, and the City of Atanta's Watershed department. Additionally, data on the number of residential and commercial buildings has been evaluated. The research below provides a complete look at these results.

POPULATION DATA

  • The population of Atlanta is 463,878 (61.3% of the county's population, 7.7% of the metro population, 4.4% of the state's population)
  • The metro area of Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA has a population of 5,949,951
  • Dekalb County (in which Atlanta lies) has a population of 756,558 (7% of the state's population)
  • The population of the state of Georgia is 10,627,767.
  • The population density of 630 people per square mile or 243 per square kilometer.
  • The homeowner ratio in Atlanta is 43.4%.
  • The average household size is 2.24

GENERAL UTILITY DATA

According to data for new residents in Atlanta, the following companies provide utilities in Atlanta:

UTILITY ACCOUNTS

POWER
Georgia Power provides electricity to 2.3 million customers in 155 of 159 counties in Georgia. The company's annual reports to do not segment their customer data on a city level but does state the following data from the 2018 filing:
  • 2,553,123 total customers as of December 31, 2018
  • Of those, 39% are residential customers, 36% are commercial accounts, 16% are industrial, 2% are wholesale customers, and 7% are classified as other types of accounts.
  • Total number of Georgia Power customers in DeKalb County — 325,406
Based on these figures and from the population statistics, the following data can be assumed as Georgia Power is the sole power provider for the city of Atlanta:
  • It can be estimated that the number of Georgia Power customers in Atlanta is between 112,337 (2,553,123*4.4%) and 199,474 (325,406*61.3%).
GAS
Annual reports from each of the natural gas providers in Atlanta were reviewed, as well as data from the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia. None of these reports provide any segmentation of the number of accounts on a city wide level. Statewide data on the number of natural gas accounts is available for review via the American Gas Association, these figures are presented below with assumptive data explained thereafter.
  • Total GA Natural Gas Customers = 1,931,640
  • Total GA Residential Natural Gas Customers = 1,804,749 (93.4% of total customers)
  • Total GA Commercial Natural Gas Customers = 124,314 (6.43% of total customers)
  • Total GA Industrial Natural Gas Customers = 2,577 (less than 1% of total customers)
Assumptive and Triangulated Data
  • It can be assumed that if 4.4% of the state's residents live in Atalanta, there are likely approximately 79,409 residential natural gas customers within the city (1,804,749 * 4.4%) and approximately 5,470 commercial accounts.
WATER/SEWER
  • Watershed Management states that they have approximately 1.2 million customers in the Atlanta metro area which covers the city limits, the unincorporated areas of south Fulton County, College Park, Hapeville, East Point, Sandy Springs and Chattahoochee Hills, as well as wholesale customers in Clayton, DeKalb and Fulton counties.
  • It can be assumed that approximately 92,400 of these accounts are within the city limits of Atlanta (1,200,000*7.7%)
SOLID WASTE REMOVAL

NUMBER OF BUILDINGS

RESIDENTIAL
  • Total Housing Units — 224,573
  • Number of Occupied Households — 185,142
  • Number of Single Dwelling Units — 104,639
COMMERCIAL
  • Based on data from American Fact Finder from the US Census Bureau, there are approximately 22,543 business establishments in Atlanta, GA.
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Utility Account Holders - Cincinnati

Data for the number of unique utility accounts in Cincinnati, Ohio has been collected from Duke Energy, Greater Cincinnati Waterworks, Cincinnati Public Works, Clermont County Water, Butler Rural Electric, and Frontier Power. Additionally, data on the number of residential and commercial buildings has been evaluated. The research below provides a complete look at these results.

POPULATION & STRUCTURE DATA

  • Cincinnati, OH Population - 302,605
  • Hamilton County Population - 814,671
  • Population Per Square Mile - 3810
  • Total Land Area -205.95 square miles
  • Households- 136,180
  • There are 161,881 household units, but some are unoccupied.
  • 46% (74,465) of homes are single residence structures, and 52% (84,178) are 2 or more residences.
  • 37.7% of homes are owned and 62.4% are rental units.
  • Business establishments- 9,812
  • The overall poverty rate in the city is 28.66%, with a median household income of $36,429.

GENERAL UTILTY DATA

In Cincinnati, Ohio, consumers must choose from the following for their utility providers:

NUMBER OF UTLITY ACCOUNTS

POWER
  • Duke Energy Ohio/Kentucky is the only power and gas provider for Cincinnati, Oh. The Kentucky portion of Duke Energy is the greater Cincinnati area, mostly consisting of Newport and Covington. A minute percentage of customers in the rural areas are serviced by Butler Rural Electric and Frontier Power. These customers do not have gas services, but instead use propane.
  • Duke Energy serves 860,000 power customers that are residential and commercial.
  • Of those 860,000 customers, 322,000 have just power. The remaining 538,000 have a combined power and gas service.
  • Butler Rural Electric provides electric services to 516 customers in the Greater Cincinnati area.
  • Frontier Power provides electric services to 242 customers in the Greater Cincinnati area.
GAS
POWER & GAS
  • As previously stated, 538,000 customers have a combined power and gas bill.
WATER & SEWER
  • Greater Cincinnati Waterworks is the provider for Cincinnati. They have 240,000 residential and commercial accounts representing 1.1 million customers. Water and sewer is a combined bill.
  • A very small percentage of Cincinnatians use Clermont County Water. They serve 43,000 residents with a bi-monthly bill for both services combined.
WASTE REMOVAL
  • Cincinnati Public Services is the provider for waste removal. There is no bill, as this is included in the tax base for the city. Trash is collected weekly for single unit homes and multiple dwelling homes with four or fewer units. Considering there are 136,180 occupied dwellings, this would indicate they also have 136,180 customers.
  • All other structures are considered commercial and not serviced by Cincinnati Public Services. These customers have a choice of four private companies that are registered with the city to provide commercial waste/trash removal services. Bavarian Waste, Rumpke, Best Way Disposal, and Republic Services are the approved providers. All four companies are multi-state companies, and do not service the Greater Cincinnati area exclusively, and they do not report their service numbers for just Cincinnati.



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Utility Account Holders - Nashville

Approximately 166,667 unique electric utility accounts exist in Nashville. There are approximately 58,617 and 50,945 water and sewer customer accounts in Nashville, as of 2014. Below, our findings have been highlighted, followed by an explanation of the research strategies deployed in an attempt to obtain the requested information.


Metro area population and building type


Number of unique utility accounts in Nashville

  • Approximate number of electric utility accounts in Nashville: 166,667 (calculated)
  • Approximate number of water utility customers in Tennessee in 2014: 58,617 (calculated)
  • Approximate number of sewer utility customers in Tennessee in 2014: 50,945 (calculated)


Utility providers in Nashville


RESEARCH STRATEGY


In order to estimate the number of electric, water and sewer utility accounts in Nashville, we decided to rely on the following two assumptions: [1] the proportion of utility customers in Nashville compared to utility customers in Tennessee equals the proportion of the population in Nashville compared to the Tennessee population, and [2] each household has one utility account.

Tennessee 2018 population: 6,770,010
Nashville 2018 population: 669,053

669,053/6,770,010=0.0988


Nashville takes up around 9.9% of the Tennessee population. Assuming this percentage also applies to utility service customers, Nashville had 140,681 water utility customers and 122,268 sewer utility customers in 2014. Calculations:

Number of water utility customers in Tennessee in 2014: 1,421,020

1,421,020*0.099=140,681

Number of sewer utility customers in Tennessee in 2014: 1,235,033

1,235,033*0.099=122,268


Assuming each household has one account, Nashville has approximately 166,667 electric utility accounts and has had 58,617 and 50,945 water and sewer utility accounts in 2014, respectively. Calculations:

Number of electric utility customers in Nashville: 400,000
Number of water utility customers in Nashville in 2014: 140,681 (calculated)
Number of sewer utility customers in Nashville in 2014: 122,268 (calculated)
Average number of persons per household in Nashville: 2.4

400,000/2.4=166,667
140,681/2.4=58,617
122,268/2.4=50,945


We were unable to determine the number of waste removal and gas utility accounts in Nashville, Tennessee, after applying the following research strategies:

In order to start the search, the research team has scanned local publications such as The Tennessean, TN Tribune, legislative entities such as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County as well as the website of the Tennessee Valley Authority, which provides electricity and other utilities to distributors in Tennessee, aiming to locate preexisting information on the total number of electric, gas, water, sewer utility and waste removal customers or accounts. Our reasoning behind the strategy was that these types of sources likely know this information and might have disclosed it publicly, either in press releases surrounding certain events or in metropolitan area descriptions, such as demographic analyses of the area. Search, however, determined this information has not been compiled on a metropolitan level. Instead, the available information focused on specific utility companies in the field, not comparing the numbers to the metropolitan level as a whole, or revealing anything specific to Nashville in general.

We have then decided to identify specific utility companies that operate inside Nashville, to add together the numbers of customers they serve in order to get the total number of customers within Nashville for each utility. Since no preexisting sources indicated the utility companies that operate inside Nashville specifically, we used this list of utility companies that operate inside Davidson County to manually identify those that serve Nashville specifically. For electric utility companies, we used this list of companies that operate in Middle Tennessee to identify those that specifically serve Nashville. After identifying the companies, we searched their websites and press releases to find the number of accounts they serve inside Nashville, but were stopped by the fact that none of them specifically provided information on accounts they operate within Nashville. Instead, they provided information on the number of customers (although most of them didn't provide information specific to Nashville, but rather focused on either the greater Nashville area or the Middle Tennessee, while some haven't provided any information on the number of customers at all). Nevertheless, we calculated the approximate number of customer accounts using the available information on customers and the average number of persons per household in the Nashville area, assuming each household represents one account.

As a last resort, in order to locate information on the numbers of sewer, water, gas utility and waste removal accounts, or at least to find the number of customers that use these services in Nashville, we searched for segmentations of the utility sector either in Tennessee, or the southeast region of the US. Our goal here was to find the percentage of customers that use these services and are located in Nashville, which we could then use together with the total number of customers in a broader area (e.g. Middle Tennessee, southeast US) to calculate the number of users in Nashville. To find segmentation charts, various reliable market research sources were searched, including IBISWorld and Allied Market Research, among others. Although the total number of US utility service customers could be located by looking into specific companies (e.g. Waste Management provided the number of waste removal services in the US as a whole), information specific to Tennessee was outdated. No information on how much Nashville takes up of the Tennessee utilities market was found.
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Utility Account Holders - Denver

Due to a lack of segmentation by companies, there is no public information on the number of unique accounts held by utilities customers in the Denver Metro Area. Below are helpful findings that may prove useful in understanding the number of people and households in the Denver Metro Area that are customers of utility companies in the city.

DENVER METRO AREA

  • The Denver Metor Area consists of the following cities:
    • Arvada
    • Aurora
    • Black Hawk
    • Brighton
    • Broomfield
    • Castle Pines
    • Centennial
    • Central City
    • Cherry Hills Village
    • Commerce City
    • Denver
    • Edgewater
    • Englewood
    • Federal Heights
    • Glendale
    • Golden
    • Greenwood Village
    • Idaho Springs
    • Lakewood
    • Littleton
    • Lone Tree
    • Northglenn
    • Sheridan
    • Thornton
    • Westminster
    • Wheat Ridge

ELECTRICITY

  • Xcel Energy has 1.5 million electricity customers in Colorado.

NATURAL GAS

  • Xcel Energy has 1.4 million natural gas customers in Colorado.

WATER

  • Denver Water has a total of 317,430 treated water customers in the Denver area. This includes residential, non-residential, irrigation, public authorities, and resale accounts.
  • Consolidated Mutual Water serves approximately 95,000 people in the Denver Metro Area, which includes Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, and unincorporated Jefferson County.

SEWER

  • According to the city of Denver, "sanitary sewer charges are billed in combination with Denver Water. Water and sanitary sewer charges appear on a single monthly bill."
  • There are 48 sanitation districts responsible for sewer services in the Denver Metro area.
  • The Metro Wastewater Reclamation District, which is composed of the 48 sanitation districts in the Denver Metro area, serves a population of approximately 1.8 million.

WASTE REMOVAL

  • There are more than 30 companies that collect waste in the Denver Metro Area.
  • Waste Management, which is one of the largest waste removal companies operating in Denver, has 22 million customers across the country.

NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

  • The breakdown of commercial properties by city in the Denver Metro Area is as follows.
    • Arvada: 5,545 commercial properties
    • Aurora: 21,701 commercial properties
    • Black Hawk: 1 commercial property
    • Brighton: 9,185 commercial properties
    • Broomfield: 6,125 commercial properties
    • Castle Pines: 2,089 commercial properties
    • Centennial: 3,787 commercial properties
    • Central City: 722 commercial properties
    • Cherry Hills Village: 10 commercial properties
    • Commerce City: 8,667 commercial properties
    • Denver: 42,751 commercial properties
    • Edgewater: 107 commercial properties
    • Englewood: 5,194 commercial properties
    • Federal Heights: 375 commercial properties
    • Glendale: 3 commercial properties
    • Golden: 4,318 commercial properties
    • Greenwood Village: 1,083 commercial properties
    • Idaho Springs: 3,255 commercial properties
    • Lakewood: 4,828 commercial properties
    • Littleton: 10,232 commercial properties
    • Lone Tree: 1,252 commercial properties
    • Northglenn: 784 commercial properties
    • Sheridan: 629 commercial properties
    • Thornton: 10,140 commercial properties
    • Westminster: 4,353 commercial properties
    • Wheat Ridge: 1,619 commercial properties
  • Total commercial properties in the Denver Metro Area: 148,755

NUMBER OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

  • The breakdown of housing units by city in the Denver Metro Area is as follows.
  • Arvada: 47,305 housing units
  • Aurora: 132,931 housing units
  • Black Hawk: 89 housing units
  • Brighton: 12,215 housing units
  • Broomfield: 26,909 housing units
  • Castle Pines: 3,699 housing units
  • Centennial: 40,447 housing units
  • Central City: 563 housing units
  • Cherry Hills Village: 2,352 housing units
  • Commerce City: 15,724 housing units
  • Denver: 306,714 housing units
  • Edgewater: 2,493 housing units
  • Englewood: 15,976 housing units
  • Federal Heights: 4,514 housing units
  • Glendale: 3,146 housing units
  • Golden: 7,732 housing units
  • Greenwood Village: 6,692 housing units
  • Idaho Springs: 1,029 housing units
  • Lakewood: 67,238 housing units
  • Littleton: 20,691 housing units
  • Lone Tree: 5,602 housing units
  • Northglenn: 14,128 housing units
  • Sheridan: 2,621 housing units
  • Thornton: 45,973 housing units
  • Westminster: 45,111 housing units
  • Wheat Ridge: 14,906 housing units
  • Total housing units in the Denver Metro Area: 846,800
  • TOTAL POPULATION

    • There are 2,034,145 people living in the Denver Metro Area.

    RESEARCH STRATEGY

    Our efforts to find the number of unique accounts held by utilities customers in the Denver Metro Area began by determining the cities that constitute this designated market area (DMA). From that point, we attempted to locate the utility companies operating in those cities. We believed this would allow us to access information that would provide us with the number of accounts in each city, thereby allowing us to add those numbers together and arrive at a total. However, we quickly ran into road blocks because most utility companies report the number of people using their services rather than the number of accounts they have. For example, in Xcel Energy's annual report, the company breaks down the number of people who use their electricity service and the number of people who use their natural gas service, but that breakdown includes all people living in the area, not just the number of accounts. As an illustration, there may be four people living in one house under one Xcel Energy account, but the company counts all four people as separate customers in terms of who they serve.

    The second issue we had is that most utilities report their customer numbers on a state-wide basis rather than on a city-by-city basis. Some companies, like Waste Management, do not even report their numbers on a state-by-state basis and only report their total number of customers nationally. The exception to this is Denver Water, which provided a breakdown of customers inside and outside of the city of Denver, but because all of Denver Water's customers are in the Denver Metro Area, whether they are inside or outside the city of Denver, we used the total number of customers (both residential and commercial) as the number of accounts.

    We also ran into problems with the decentralized nature of the utility companies in Colorado. Except for Xcel Energy, which is the only company offering electricity and natural gas in the Denver Metro Area, all other utilities have multiple companies operating in the DAM. So, to provide an accurate number of accounts, we would need to investigate each company separately to determine how many people use each company's services and then add those numbers together. The problem with this is that there are about 48 sanitation districts in the Denver Metro Area and over 30 waster removal companies serving this region. It is not feasible to search this many companies individually to see if each one reports their number of accounts. Moreover, as mentioned above, most companies do not report their account numbers on a city-by-city basis, if at all.

    Even in cases where we were able to determine the number of customers a company has in the Denver Metro Area or in Colorado, we were not able to provide a breakdown of how many have discrete billing or consolidated billing. This is because some companies, like Denver Water, consolidate all their water and sewer accounts, but other companies, like Consolidated Mutual Water, do not. Again, it is not feasible to investigate all companies operating in the Denver Metro Area to determine if they have discrete or consolidated billing. In addition, Xcel offers both electricity and natural gas in the Denver Metro Area, but does not provide a segmented breakdown of how many customers have one service or the other, or both.

    We were able to provide the approximate number of commercial buildings in the Denver Metro Area by finding the estimated number of commercial properties zoned in each city that constitutes the Denver Metro Area. We then added the totals for each city together to arrive at the total number of commercial properties in the Denver Metro Area. Likewise, for the number of residential buildings, we used the Census Bureau data on number of housing units by city to calculate the total number of housing units in the Denver Metro Area. Again, we added the totals for each city together to find the sum total for the entire DMA.
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    Utility Account Holders - Charlotte

    Data for the number of unique utility accounts in Charlotte, North Carolina (the state's largest city) has been collected from Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities. Additionally, data on the number of residential and commercial buildings has been evaluated. The research below provides a complete look at these results.

    POPULATION DATA

    • Charlotte, NC (City) Population — 872,498 (81% of total county population and 8.4% of the state's population)
    • Mecklenburg County Population — 1,077,311
    • North Carolina Population — 10,497,741
    • Population Per Square Mile — 2457.1
    • Total Land Area — 297.68 square miles
    • Mecklenburg County Population — 2,525,305
    • Based on data from the American Consumer Survey, "in 2017 there were 343,222 households in the city, with an average size of 2.57 people per household"
    • 53.1% of homes are owned and 46.9% are rental units.
    • The overall poverty rate in the city is 14.92%

    GENERALIZED UTILITY DATA

    In Charlotte, NC, consumers must choose from the following for their utility providers:
    Note: PSNC is mentioned as a provider of natural gas in Charlotte, however a review of the company's website indicates that this is not accurate and therefore no data from PSNC has been included in this research. Additionally, while Duke Energy is the parent company of Pidmont Natural Gas it is logical to assume that some customers may receive combined billing for power and gas, however there is no data available to accurately identify those customers. Therefore, data is provided for each utility separately.

    NUMBER OF UTILITY ACCOUNTS

    POWER
    Duke Energy serves approximately 3.4 million total electric retail (residential, commercial, and industrial) customers in North Carolina. The company's annual report does not provide a breakdown of the number of individual accounts served by location. To develop a better understanding and to determine a more precise figure, a review was made of additional data which produced a 2018 article from the Charlotte Business Journal which mentions that Mecklenbug County has approximately 460,000 Duke Energy customers and data from a national power outage tracking service which provides county-level data. Data for Mecklenburg County as a whole (which fully lies within the Charlotte DMA) is provided below as well as assumptions on city-level figures.
    • Mecklenburg County, in which Charlotte lies, has 470,101 Duke Energy Customers.
    • As Duke Energy is the only power provider available to residents in Charlotte and in Mecklenburg County, it can be logically assumed that of the total county's customers, approximately 81% of those lie within the city of Charlotte. Therefore, there are approximately 380,782 Duke Energy accounts in Charlotte.
    GAS
    Piedmont Natural Gas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, provides natural gas services to 746,000 customers (residential, commercial, and industrial) in North Carolina. The company's annual report does not provide a breakdown of the number of individual accounts served by location. Statewide data on the number of natural gas accounts is available for review via the American Gas Association, these figures are presented below with assumptive data explained thereafter.
    • Total NC Natural Gas Customers = 1,383,119
    • Total NC Residential Natural Gas Customers = 1,255,541 (90.1% of total customers)
    • Total NC Commercial Natural Gas Customers = 124,891 (9% of total customers)
    • Total NC Industrial Natural Gas Customers = 2,687 (less than 1% of total customers)
    Assumptive and Triangulated Data
    • Piedmont Natural Gas is the provider for approximately 53.9% of the state's natural gas customers (746,000/1,383,119).
    • It can be assumed that if 8% of the state's residents live in Charlotte, there are likely approximately 100,444 residential natural gas customers within the city. (1,255,541*.08)
    WATER/SEWER
    Within the city limits of Charlotte, NC, water, sewer, and waste removal services are provided by the City of Charlotte. Water and Sewer are billed from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities. Waste removal services (including recycling) are not billed to residents but included within property taxes paid. Note: disparity in population versus accounts available may occur as in many metropolitan areas, some Charlotte, NC residents have a city address however are provided utility services via municipalities outside the city but within the county.
    • Total Number of Active Water/Sewer Connections — 285,087
    • Total Number of Residential Water Connections — 252,750
    • Total Number of Commercial Water Connections — 14,308
    • Total Number of Wastewater Service Connections —260,578
    WASTE REMOVAL
    "Solid Waste Services offers curbside collection of garbage, recycling, yard waste and bulky waste for single-family residences and multi-family communities (apartments, condominiums and town homes) with fewer than 12 units within the City of Charlotte boundaries. Collection is also provided for businesses that generate fewer than 512 gallons of trash per week."
    • Based upon the population data reviewed, it can be assumed that the number of residential accounts served for waste removal is approximately 343,222.
    • Additionally, it can be assumed from the number of commercial water accounts served, that the number of commercial accounts receiving solid waste removal services from the city is less than 14,308 (assuming that some businesses would generate more than 512 gallons of trash per week).

    NUMBER OF BUILDINGS

    RESIDENTIAL
    • Total Housing Units — 343,222
    • Number of Single-Unit Dwellings — 218,130
    COMMERICAL
    • Based on data from American Fact Finder, there are approximately 27,078 business establishments in Charlotte, NC.
    • Based on water data from the City of Charlotte, there are 14,308 commercial water connections and therefore can be assumed that many of these commercial connections are for businesses located in a multi-unit structure.
    • Exact data on the number of commercial buildings cannot be triangulated (nor is it available in the public domain) but it can be assumed that it is equal to or less than 14,308.


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    • "The population of Cincinnati is estimated at 301,301 with a population density of 3,810 Cincinnatians per square mile. The urban population is estimated at 1.5 million, while the metropolitan area has about 2.12 million residents."
    • "Households 136,180"
    • "28.66% Overall Poverty Rate 65.7% Labor Force Participation 58.9% Employment Rate 10.4% Unemployment Rate "
    • "County Hamilton County "
    • "205.95 (79.52 mi²) Land Area (km²) 201.80 (77.91 mi²) Water Area (km²) "
    • "Density (mi²) 3,883.83 Median Household Income $36,429 "
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    • "Residential structure 46%- single unit 54%- two or more units 37.7% owner-occupied 62.4%- rental"
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    • "Population 302,605 "
    • "Total housing units 161,881 "
    • "Total housing units 161,095 Occupied housing units 133,420 Vacant housing units 27,675 For rent 14,114 Rented, not occupied 473 For sale only 2,864 Sold, not occupied 906 For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 692 All other vacants 8,626 "
    • "Median household income (in 2017 dollars), 2013-2017$36,429Per capita income in past 12 months (in 2017 dollars), 2013-2017$27,597Persons in poverty, percent 28.7%  "
    • "Number of Companies 26,855 "
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    • "SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS Lacking complete plumbing facilities 634 Lacking complete kitchen facilities 1,222 No telephone service 6,786"
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    • "Hamilton County of Ohio Customers Tracked 405,713 "
    • "Butler Rural Electric 516 Duke Energy 404,955 Frontier Power 242 "
    • "Duke Energy Ohio/Kentucky Duke Energy Ohio/Kentucky, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, provides electric service to about 860,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in a 3,000-square-mile service area, and natural gas service to approximately 538,000 customers.*"
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    • "Gas Utilities and Infrastructure (as of Dec. 31, 2018) Duke Energy’s Gas Utilities and Infrastructure unit distributes natural gas primarily through the regulated utilities of Piedmont Natural Gas and Duke Energy Ohio. Total Natural Gas Customers "
    • "538,000 Ohio/Kentucky "
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    • "The Customer Service Division supports over 43,000 customers by maintaining account data, meter reading, and generating bi-monthly bills, among other things. "
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    • "electric only "
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    • "GCWW supplies more than 43-billion gallons of water a year through 3,100 miles of water mains to about 240,000 residential and commercial accounts, representing more than 1.1 million customers. "
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    • "The City of Cincinnati Department of Public Services (DPS) provides weekly garbage, bi-weekly yard waste and scheduled bulk items collection for buildings that meet the following definition of "dwelling," as adopted by Ord. No. 41-2013: "Dwelling" as used in Chapter 729 shall mean a building that contains no more than four "dwelling units" and shall include an attached single-family dwelling. "
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    • "All other dwelling units are considered commercial entities. All commercial entities are required to enter into a contract with a City of Cincinnati registered waste hauler for the disposal of their waste. Proof of such contract (also known as "certificate of commercial waste collection contract") need to be provided upon request by the Director of the Department of Public Services or his/her designee."
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    • "859-485-4416 www.bavarianwaste.com 1-800-354-1830 www.BestWay-Disposal.com 513-771-4200 www.republicservices.com 513-851-0122 www.rumpke.com "
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    • " Hamilton County, Ohio Population 2019 Hamilton County, Ohio's estimated population is 814,671 with a growth rate of 0.38% in the past year according to the most recent United States census data."
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