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Facts at a Glance

Central Hudson's Spackenkill substation in the Town of Poughkeepsie.

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Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation (Central Hudson) is a regulated transmission and distribution utility serving approximately 302,000 electric customers and 80,000 natural gas customers in a defined service territory of New York State’s Mid-Hudson River Valley. Central Hudson delivers natural gas and electricity in a defined service territory that extends from the suburbs of metropolitan New York City north to the Capital District at Albany. (All figures reported below are as of 12/31/2016, unless otherwise indicated).
Average Customers in 2018 
Electric  (rounded)
Natural Gas  (rounded)


2018 Electric Sales
Central Hudson owns substations having an aggregate transformer capacity of 5.5 million kilovolt amps. Central Hudson’s electric transmission system consists of 600 pole miles of line. The electric distribution system consists of 7,200 pole miles of overhead lines and 1,600 trench miles of underground lines, as well as customer service lines and meters.
Average kwh usage - Residential
Deliveries - Millions of kwh  
     - All Customers
     - Residential
     - Commercial
     - Industrial
Peak Demand (July 2, 2018)
1,114 MW


2018 Natural Gas Firm Sales
Central Hudson’s natural gas system consists of 165 miles of transmission pipelines and 1,297 miles of distribution pipelines, as well as customer service lines and meters. For the year ended December 31, 2018, the total amount of natural gas delivered by Central Hudson was 10,642,169 Mcf.
Average annual Mcf - Residential
% heating saturation
Deliveries - Thousands of Mcf
     - All customers
     - Residential
     - Commercial
     - Industrial
Maximum daily sendout (Jan. 6, 2018)
141,141 McF

2018 Electric and Gas Revenues
Natural Gas
     Total - Own Territory


2018 Research and Development Costs

2018 Environmental Expenditures

Tax Expenses 2018
Local Taxes
Federal/State Income Taxes
Payroll Taxes
Other Taxes