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Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Prices and Expenditures, Ranked by State, 2011

Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Prices and Expenditures, Ranked by State, 2011





Rank
Coal Retail Electricity
Prices Expenditures Prices Expenditures

State
Dollars
per Million Btu

State
Million
Dollars

State
Dollars
per Million Btu

State
Million
Dollars
1 Maine 4.20 Indiana 4,157 Hawaii 92.78 California 33,919
2 New Jersey 4.18 Pennsylvania 3,685 Connecticut 47.91 Texas 33,065
3 Virginia 3.91 Ohio 3,382 Alaska 47.13 Florida 23,880
4 Mississippi 3.88 Texas 3,213 New York 46.57 New York 22,889
5 South Carolina 3.85 Kentucky 2,466 New Hampshire 43.20 Pennsylvania 15,383
6 Georgia 3.78 Georgia 2,400 New Jersey 41.95 Ohio 13,856
7 Massachusetts 3.72 North Carolina 2,283 Massachusetts 41.36 Georgia 13,109
8 Connecticut 3.68 West Virginia 2,227 Vermont 40.44 Illinois 12,722
9 North Carolina 3.65 Michigan 2,168 California 38.35 North Carolina 11,332
10 Maryland 3.65 Illinois 2,093 Rhode Island 38.22 New Jersey 10,954
11 Alaska 3.64 Alabama 2,010 District of Columbia 37.53 Michigan 10,847
12 New York 3.58 Florida 1,960 Maine 36.86 Virginia 9,748
13 New Hampshire 3.55 Missouri 1,436 Maryland 34.98 Tennessee 9,278
14 Florida 3.55 Tennessee 1,425 Delaware 33.73 Indiana 8,373
15 Delaware 3.41 South Carolina 1,411 Florida 31.09 Alabama 7,846
16 District of Columbia 3.26 Wisconsin 1,169 Pennsylvania 30.73 Massachusetts 7,842
17 Michigan 3.14 Virginia 1,128 Michigan 30.57 Maryland 7,590
18 California 3.13 Arizona 917 Wisconsin 30.01 Arizona 7,279
19 Indiana 3.12 Maryland 881 Arizona 28.46 South Carolina 7,081
20 Alabama 3.09 North Dakota 767 Georgia 28.17 Missouri 7,009
21 Pennsylvania 3.04 Iowa 750 Colorado 27.61 Wisconsin 6,944
22 Tennessee 2.96 Louisiana 720 Tennessee 27.26 Louisiana 6,426
23 Ohio 2.77 Wyoming 710 Alabama 27.08 Kentucky 6,339
24 West Virginia 2.71 Oklahoma 686 Texas 26.64 Washington 6,295
25 Louisiana 2.67 Colorado 637 Ohio 26.56 Minnesota 5,876
26 Wisconsin 2.61 Minnesota 636 Nevada 26.43 Colorado 4,963
27 Nevada 2.60 Utah 623 Illinois 26.38 Connecticut 4,882
28 Idaho 2.53 Kansas 609 Kansas 26.11 Oklahoma 4,637
29 Kentucky 2.44 Arkansas 592 Mississippi 26.00 Mississippi 4,203
30 Washington 2.34 New Mexico 585 New Mexico 25.92 Oregon 3,793
31 South Dakota 2.15 New York 448 Virginia 25.92 Kansas 3,598
32 New Mexico 2.05 Nebraska 438 South Carolina 25.78 Iowa 3,451
33 Minnesota 2.01 Mississippi 417 Minnesota 25.43 Arkansas 3,447
34 Arizona 1.99 Montana 247 North Carolina 25.34 Hawaii 3,091
35 Illinois 1.99 New Jersey 207 Missouri 24.38 Nevada 2,993
36 North Dakota 1.94 California 173 Montana 24.26 West Virginia 2,431
37 Arkansas 1.93 Nevada 163 South Dakota 23.58 Nebraska 2,338
38 Texas 1.90 Massachusetts 160 Oregon 23.57 Utah 2,032
39 Oregon 1.84 Washington 133 Indiana 23.55 New Mexico 1,964
40 Hawaii 1.83 New Hampshire 87 West Virginia 23.16 New Hampshire 1,602
41 Oklahoma 1.81 South Dakota 69 Nebraska 23.09 Idaho 1,498
42 Utah 1.80 Oregon 65 Oklahoma 22.91 District of Columbia 1,481
43 Kansas 1.76 Delaware 61 Louisiana 22.76 Maine 1,436
44 Missouri 1.74 Alaska 56 Iowa 22.16 Delaware 1,309
45 Colorado 1.73 Hawaii 29 North Dakota 22.02 Montana 1,125
46 Iowa 1.62 Connecticut 22 Arkansas 22.02 Wyoming 1,118
47 Nebraska 1.53 Idaho 20 Kentucky 21.10 North Dakota 1,021
48 Wyoming 1.52 Maine 6 Utah 20.98 Rhode Island 1,008
49 Montana 1.49 District of Columbia (s) Washington 20.01 Alaska 1,005
50 Rhode Island Rhode Island Wyoming 19.39 South Dakota 940
51 Vermont Vermont Idaho 18.87 Vermont 766
United States 2.57 United States 50,531 United States 29.12 United States 368,009
— = No consumption. (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars. Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
Note: Rankings are based on unrounded data. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.