Electricity Rates & Availability

Average Revenue per Kilowatthour by State
(Lowest to Highest Rate as of September 2006)
Rank State Average Electricity Rate for
All Sectors
(Cents per Kilowatthour)
1 Idaho 4.70
2 West Virginia 5.12
3 Wyoming 5.37
4 Kentucky 5.56
5 Washington 6.04
6 Utah 6.32
7 Oregon 6.43
8 Indiana 6.46
9 Missouri 6.52
10 North Dakota 6.63
11 Nebraska 6.72
12 Minnesota 6.81
13 Virginia 6.94
14 South Dakota 7.00
15 Montana 7.07
16 Tennessee 7.23
17 South Carolina 7.28
18 Alabama 7.39
19 Kansas 7.44
20 Illinois 7.50
21 Iowa 7.51
22 New Mexico 7.56
23 Colorado 7.62
24 Arkansas 7.64
25 Ohio 7.77
26 Georgia 7.78
27 North Carolina 7.91
28 Oklahoma 8.01
29 Mississippi 8.24
30 Michigan 8.25
31 Wisconsin 8.32
32 Pennsylvania 8.63
33 Arizona 8.79
34 Louisiana 8.80
National Average 9.26
35 Nevada 10.07
36 Florida 10.49
37 Delaware 10.66
38 Texas 10.75
39 Maryland 11.10
40 District of Columbia 11.34
41 Vermont 11.54
42 Maine 11.88
43 New Jersey 12.77
44 Alaska 12.82
45 New Hampshire 13.62
46 California 13.90
47 Rhode Island 14.06
48 New York 14.89
49 Massachusetts 15.71
50 Connecticut 15.74
51 Hawaii 21.51
Source:  Electric Power Monthly.  Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC.  Nebraska Energy Office, Lincoln, NE.This table was updated on December 18, 2006.  Typically, there is one month between updates.

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