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Posted June 20, 2018Today in Energy

State efficiency incentives averaged $24 per customer, ranged from $0 to $128 in 2016 ›

U.S. electric utilities reported spending $3.6 billion on energy efficiency customer incentives in 2016, or an average of $24 per customer, according to EIA’s survey of electric power sales, revenue, and energy efficiency. Energy efficiency spending is reported on an incremental basis, reflecting new programs operating for the first time in 2016 (including start-up costs) or new participants in existing programs. More

average incremental annual electric energy efficiency spending

Source: EIA, Annual Electric Power Industry Report

    Data Highlights

    WTI crude oil futures price

    6/19/2018: $65.07/barrel

    down$1.29 from week earlier
    up$20.87 from year earlier

    Natural gas futures price

    6/19/2018: $2.900/MMBtu

    down$0.039 from week earlier
    up$0.006 from year earlier

    Retail gasoline price

    6/18/2018: $2.879/gal

    down$0.032 from week earlier
    up$0.561 from year earlier

    Crude oil inventories

    6/15/2018: 426.5 million barrels 

    down5.9 million barrels from week earlier
    down82.6 million barrels from year earlier

    Weekly coal production

    6/9/2018: 14.915 million tons

    up1.562 million tons from week earlier
    down0.375 million tons from year earlier