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Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Prices and Expenditures, Ranked by State, 2012

Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Prices and Expenditures, Ranked by State, 2012





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 4.69 Indiana 3,879 Hawaii 99.96 California 34,861
2 Mississippi 4.46 Pennsylvania 3,283 Alaska 47.84 Texas 30,606
3 New Hampshire 4.07 Ohio 2,939 Connecticut 45.57 Florida 23,029
4 Alaska 4.06 Texas 2,865 New York 44.39 New York 21,683
5 New Jersey 4.05 Kentucky 2,249 Vermont 41.68 Pennsylvania 14,219
6 Virginia 4.04 Illinois 2,133 New Hampshire 41.60 Ohio 13,788
7 South Carolina 3.98 West Virginia 2,077 Massachusetts 40.41 Georgia 12,275
8 North Carolina 3.79 North Carolina 2,025 New Jersey 40.10 Illinois 11,958
9 Massachusetts 3.76 Michigan 1,918 California 39.75 North Carolina 11,721
10 New York 3.63 Alabama 1,804 Rhode Island 37.34 Michigan 11,423
11 Connecticut 3.59 Florida 1,698 District of Columbia 34.74 New Jersey 10,251
12 Maryland 3.54 Georgia 1,530 Maine 34.62 Virginia 9,780
13 Florida 3.51 Missouri 1,449 Maryland 33.06 Tennessee 8,860
14 Georgia 3.51 Tennessee 1,204 Delaware 32.47 Indiana 8,611
15 Delaware 3.35 South Carolina 1,190 Michigan 32.29 Alabama 7,666
16 Alabama 3.30 Wisconsin 938 Florida 30.58 Massachusetts 7,627
17 Indiana 3.25 Virginia 898 Wisconsin 30.25 Arizona 7,361
18 Michigan 3.09 Arizona 880 Pennsylvania 29.12 South Carolina 7,080
19 District of Columbia 3.08 North Dakota 874 Arizona 28.74 Missouri 7,030
20 California 3.05 Wyoming 724 Colorado 27.63 Wisconsin 7,016
21 Idaho 3.04 Iowa 704 Georgia 27.47 Maryland 6,975
22 Pennsylvania 3.00 Louisiana 692 Kansas 27.42 Kentucky 6,378
23 Louisiana 2.90 Colorado 689 Alabama 27.31 Washington 6,353
24 Ohio 2.88 Maryland 681 Tennessee 27.23 Minnesota 5,970
25 Tennessee 2.85 Arkansas 671 Ohio 26.84 Louisiana 5,676
26 West Virginia 2.74 Oklahoma 668 North Carolina 26.82 Colorado 4,988
27 Nevada 2.65 Utah 630 South Carolina 26.68 Connecticut 4,592
28 Wisconsin 2.51 New Mexico 574 Virginia 26.59 Oklahoma 4,442
29 Kentucky 2.47 Kansas 566 Nevada 26.38 Mississippi 4,041
30 Arkansas 2.27 Minnesota 538 New Mexico 26.21 Oregon 3,835
31 South Dakota 2.25 Nebraska 428 Minnesota 26.06 Kansas 3,733
32 Illinois 2.20 Mississippi 368 Mississippi 25.50 Iowa 3,524
33 New Mexico 2.18 New York 263 Texas 25.31 Arkansas 3,457
34 North Dakota 2.15 Montana 255 Missouri 24.99 Hawaii 3,219
35 Washington 2.10 Nevada 140 South Dakota 24.88 Nevada 3,099
36 Arizona 2.09 California 134 Illinois 24.70 Nebraska 2,581
37 Minnesota 2.09 New Jersey 104 Nebraska 24.54 West Virginia 2,482
38 Oklahoma 2.04 Massachusetts 90 Indiana 24.40 Utah 2,303
39 Hawaii 2.01 Washington 90 Montana 24.32 New Mexico 1,998
40 Oregon 1.96 South Dakota 80 Oregon 24.07 Idaho 1,643
41 Utah 1.96 Alaska 63 West Virginia 23.91 New Hampshire 1,543
42 Texas 1.91 Delaware 58 Utah 23.10 Maine 1,366
43 Missouri 1.89 New Hampshire 58 North Dakota 22.99 District of Columbia 1,335
44 Colorado 1.86 Oregon 55 Iowa 22.60 Delaware 1,267
45 Kansas 1.84 Hawaii 33 Arkansas 22.56 Wyoming 1,190
46 Iowa 1.66 Connecticut 33 Oklahoma 22.16 North Dakota 1,140
47 Montana 1.62 Idaho 16 Kentucky 21.37 Montana 1,133
48 Nebraska 1.57 Maine 6 Wyoming 21.19 Alaska 1,035
49 Wyoming 1.48 District of Columbia (s) Washington 20.49 South Dakota 996
50 Rhode Island Rhode Island Louisiana 20.49 Rhode Island 982
51 Vermont Vermont Idaho 20.29 Vermont 784
United States 2.60 United States 45,244 United States 28.97 United States 360,900
— = 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.