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Our utility boasts near lowest retail rate in U.S.: 9.36 cents/kwh

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When I was giving a briefing to my Directory:David Wayne Allan about the Free Energy Blog:2016:01:29 and mentioned that their price will be in the range of 5-10 cents/kwh, he pulled out a recent newsletter from the local power company, bragging: "Garkane Energy's rates rank among the lowest in the nation," at 9.36 cents per kilowatt-hour. The average in Utah, the 12th lowest state average in the United States, is 11.42 c/kwh. Where does your state rank?

Hawaii is the most expensive, at 28.52 c/kwh. The cheapest state average is 9.36, the same as Garkane Energy. Not bad.

Here's the image I posted to Facebook. Click on it for an enlargement.


For those of you coming here using translation services, the text of the graph reads:

: Average Retail Price of Electricity to Residential SEctor, September 2015

: Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration


-- SilverThunder 18:27, 30 January 2016 (UTC)

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