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Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2014

Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2014





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 4.89 Indiana 3,514 Hawaii 98.00 California 39,424
2 Alaska 4.87 Texas 3,214 Alaska 51.27 Texas 33,991
3 Massachusetts 4.33 Pennsylvania 3,006 Connecticut 49.96 Florida 24,339
4 Connecticut 4.27 Ohio 2,568 New York 47.63 New York 23,951
5 New Hampshire 4.27 Kentucky 2,178 Rhode Island 45.17 Pennsylvania 14,984
6 New Jersey 3.95 Illinois 2,155 Massachusetts 45.00 Ohio 14,538
7 New Mexico 3.77 West Virginia 2,031 New Hampshire 44.61 Georgia 13,614
8 South Carolina 3.65 Florida 1,858 California 44.49 Illinois 13,027
9 North Carolina 3.60 North Carolina 1,805 Vermont 42.70 North Carolina 12,422
10 Virginia 3.46 Michigan 1,735 New Jersey 40.98 Michigan 11,365
11 California 3.43 Alabama 1,677 Maine 37.08 Virginia 10,284
12 New York 3.38 Missouri 1,578 District of Columbia 35.50 New Jersey 10,191
13 Florida 3.33 Georgia 1,521 Maryland 35.47 Indiana 9,584
14 Mississippi 3.29 Tennessee 1,128 Delaware 33.16 Tennessee 9,379
15 Idaho 3.26 South Carolina 1,115 Michigan 32.38 Massachusetts 8,364
16 Georgia 3.15 Wisconsin 1,019 Florida 31.55 Alabama 8,363
17 Delaware 3.08 Virginia 962 Wisconsin 30.99 South Carolina 7,890
18 District of Columbia 3.00 Arizona 945 Pennsylvania 30.20 Arizona 7,764
19 Louisiana 2.98 North Dakota 866 Kansas 29.97 Missouri 7,644
20 Maryland 2.96 Arkansas 821 Arizona 29.83 Maryland 7,465
21 Alabama 2.91 New Mexico 812 Colorado 29.52 Wisconsin 7,336
22 Pennsylvania 2.89 Wyoming 798 Georgia 29.38 Louisiana 6,778
23 Indiana 2.88 Utah 726 Ohio 28.62 Washington 6,494
24 Michigan 2.81 Iowa 723 Nevada 28.50 Minnesota 6,460
25 Tennessee 2.64 Colorado 683 New Mexico 28.45 Kentucky 6,379
26 Washington 2.62 Oklahoma 680 Mississippi 28.35 Colorado 5,346
27 Hawaii 2.59 Minnesota 643 South Carolina 28.33 Connecticut 5,004
28 Nevada 2.56 Louisiana 627 Minnesota 28.04 Oklahoma 4,944
29 Oregon 2.55 Maryland 595 Illinois 27.60 Mississippi 4,669
30 West Virginia 2.49 Kansas 569 Tennessee 27.59 Oregon 4,110
31 Wisconsin 2.44 Nebraska 396 North Carolina 27.35 Kansas 4,033
32 Ohio 2.43 Mississippi 383 Alabama 27.20 Iowa 3,847
33 Arkansas 2.42 Montana 322 Virginia 26.89 Arkansas 3,704
34 Kentucky 2.38 New York 218 Missouri 26.71 Nevada 3,411
35 North Dakota 2.17 Nevada 203 Indiana 26.63 Hawaii 3,159
36 South Dakota 2.17 Washington 200 South Dakota 26.53 Nebraska 2,671
37 Illinois 2.12 California 135 Texas 26.49 West Virginia 2,500
38 Utah 2.11 Massachusetts 129 Nebraska 25.91 Utah 2,487
39 Arizona 2.11 New Jersey 121 Montana 25.76 New Mexico 2,205
40 Minnesota 2.05 Alaska 89 Oregon 25.45 Idaho 1,842
41 Texas 2.03 Oregon 87 North Dakota 24.70 New Hampshire 1,666
42 Oklahoma 2.02 South Dakota 72 Utah 24.57 Maine 1,518
43 Missouri 2.02 New Hampshire 63 Louisiana 24.40 North Dakota 1,511
44 Colorado 1.95 Hawaii 45 Oklahoma 24.15 District of Columbia 1,356
45 Montana 1.84 Connecticut 39 Kentucky 23.96 Wyoming 1,295
46 Iowa 1.80 Delaware 31 Iowa 23.89 Delaware 1,239
47 Kansas 1.80 Idaho 24 Idaho 23.23 Rhode Island 1,178
48 Wyoming 1.63 Maine 10 Arkansas 23.19 Montana 1,164
49 Nebraska 1.43 District of Columbia (s) Wyoming 22.87 South Dakota 1,118
50 Rhode Island Rhode Island 0 West Virginia 22.44 Alaska 1,056
51 Vermont Vermont 0 Washington 21.04 Vermont 812
United States 2.51 United States 45,119 United States 30.74 United States 389,872
— = 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.