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Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2013

Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2013





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 Alaska 4.90 Indiana 3,569 Hawaii 97.51 California 37,033
2 Maine 4.87 Pennsylvania 3,359 Alaska 48.37 Texas 32,035
3 Massachusetts 4.25 Texas 3,189 Connecticut 45.88 New York 22,836
4 Connecticut 4.21 Ohio 2,853 New York 45.25 Florida 22,678
5 New Hampshire 4.21 Kentucky 2,200 Vermont 42.83 Pennsylvania 14,242
6 Mississippi 3.96 Illinois 2,128 Massachusetts 42.53 Ohio 13,715
7 New Jersey 3.87 West Virginia 2,022 California 41.99 Georgia 12,648
8 North Carolina 3.81 Michigan 1,902 New Hampshire 41.91 North Carolina 11,991
9 South Carolina 3.76 North Carolina 1,882 New Jersey 40.21 Michigan 11,521
10 Virginia 3.62 Florida 1,736 Rhode Island 40.20 Illinois 11,519
11 New York 3.44 Alabama 1,732 Maine 34.75 New Jersey 10,153
12 Florida 3.44 Missouri 1,553 District of Columbia 34.74 Virginia 9,897
13 California 3.39 Georgia 1,372 Maryland 34.16 Indiana 9,112
14 Maryland 3.39 Wisconsin 1,109 Michigan 32.89 Tennessee 8,818
15 Georgia 3.22 Tennessee 1,052 Delaware 32.11 Massachusetts 8,020
16 Delaware 3.20 Virginia 1,052 Wisconsin 30.82 Alabama 7,901
17 District of Columbia 3.15 South Carolina 968 Florida 29.95 Arizona 7,670
18 Alabama 3.06 Arizona 947 Arizona 29.71 Missouri 7,538
19 Pennsylvania 2.98 North Dakota 852 Colorado 29.01 South Carolina 7,265
20 Indiana 2.98 Wyoming 813 Pennsylvania 28.82 Wisconsin 7,256
21 Louisiana 2.92 Arkansas 789 Kansas 28.68 Maryland 7,216
22 Michigan 2.89 Iowa 736 Georgia 28.41 Washington 6,521
23 Nevada 2.79 Utah 728 Minnesota 27.69 Kentucky 6,471
24 Idaho 2.73 Colorado 703 New Mexico 27.25 Minnesota 6,379
25 Tennessee 2.63 Oklahoma 698 South Carolina 27.09 Louisiana 6,350
26 West Virginia 2.62 Louisiana 667 North Carolina 27.08 Colorado 5,258
27 Ohio 2.58 Maryland 621 Ohio 27.08 Connecticut 4,669
28 Wisconsin 2.44 New Mexico 593 Mississippi 26.90 Oklahoma 4,629
29 Arkansas 2.41 Kansas 581 Tennessee 26.81 Mississippi 4,373
30 Kentucky 2.40 Minnesota 566 Missouri 26.49 Oregon 4,019
31 New Mexico 2.31 Nebraska 423 Alabama 26.47 Kansas 3,790
32 North Dakota 2.17 Mississippi 387 Nevada 26.47 Iowa 3,775
33 Hawaii 2.12 Montana 307 Virginia 26.25 Arkansas 3,687
34 Minnesota 2.12 New York 236 South Dakota 25.96 Nevada 3,180
35 Arizona 2.08 Nevada 181 Montana 25.74 Hawaii 3,154
36 South Dakota 2.08 Massachusetts 180 Texas 25.67 Nebraska 2,683
37 Oklahoma 2.08 Washington 155 Indiana 25.65 West Virginia 2,483
38 Illinois 2.07 California 129 Nebraska 25.61 Utah 2,462
39 Washington 2.07 New Jersey 100 Oregon 24.72 New Mexico 2,107
40 Utah 2.05 Oregon 78 Illinois 24.35 Idaho 1,833
41 Oregon 2.01 Alaska 73 Louisiana 24.30 New Hampshire 1,579
42 Texas 2.00 South Dakota 71 North Dakota 24.07 Maine 1,406
43 Colorado 1.93 New Hampshire 71 Utah 23.97 District of Columbia 1,314
44 Missouri 1.93 Delaware 58 Iowa 23.66 North Dakota 1,299
45 Montana 1.85 Hawaii 32 Arkansas 23.29 Wyoming 1,255
46 Iowa 1.83 Connecticut 32 Oklahoma 23.23 Delaware 1,216
47 Kansas 1.78 Idaho 22 West Virginia 23.20 Montana 1,158
48 Wyoming 1.56 Maine 8 Kentucky 22.58 South Dakota 1,081
49 Nebraska 1.44 District of Columbia (s) Wyoming 22.24 Rhode Island 1,067
50 Rhode Island Rhode Island Idaho 22.20 Alaska 1,005
51 Vermont Vermont Washington 20.94 Vermont 817
United States 2.52 United States 45,517 United States 29.64 United States 372,081
— = 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.