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Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2015

Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2015





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 5.03 Texas 2,686 Hawaii 76.75 California 39,979
2 Maine 4.10 Indiana 2,671 Connecticut 52.09 Texas 33,371
3 New Hampshire 3.87 Pennsylvania 2,326 Alaska 51.65 Florida 24,719
4 New Jersey 3.82 Ohio 2,079 Rhode Island 49.86 New York 22,747
5 California 3.57 Kentucky 1,805 Massachusetts 49.54 Pennsylvania 14,980
6 South Carolina 3.57 West Virginia 1,752 New Hampshire 46.95 Ohio 14,759
7 Massachusetts 3.56 Illinois 1,723 California 45.30 Georgia 13,070
8 North Carolina 3.51 Michigan 1,592 New York 44.77 Illinois 12,823
9 Connecticut 3.47 Florida 1,450 Vermont 42.22 North Carolina 12,547
10 New York 3.38 North Carolina 1,421 New Jersey 40.35 Michigan 10,992
11 Hawaii 3.30 Missouri 1,342 Maine 37.46 Virginia 10,426
12 Louisiana 3.23 Alabama 1,310 Maryland 35.38 New Jersey 10,291
13 Idaho 3.18 Georgia 1,168 District of Columbia 35.36 Indiana 9,298
14 Florida 3.11 Wisconsin 972 Delaware 32.96 Massachusetts 9,232
15 Virginia 3.11 Tennessee 955 Michigan 31.57 Tennessee 9,224
16 Mississippi 3.10 South Carolina 860 Wisconsin 31.47 Alabama 8,271
17 District of Columbia 3.03 Wyoming 812 Florida 30.75 Arizona 8,000
18 Georgia 2.96 Arizona 802 Pennsylvania 30.33 South Carolina 7,792
19 Delaware 2.93 Virginia 722 Arizona 30.31 Missouri 7,696
20 Maryland 2.86 North Dakota 676 Kansas 29.94 Maryland 7,459
21 Indiana 2.65 Utah 646 Ohio 29.34 Wisconsin 7,363
22 Alabama 2.65 Colorado 630 Colorado 29.18 Washington 6,602
23 Pennsylvania 2.65 Iowa 615 New Mexico 28.35 Louisiana 6,488
24 Nevada 2.60 Oklahoma 567 Georgia 28.19 Minnesota 6,258
25 Michigan 2.58 Louisiana 562 Mississippi 28.12 Kentucky 6,138
26 Tennessee 2.58 Minnesota 535 South Carolina 28.08 Colorado 5,356
27 Washington 2.50 Arkansas 517 Minnesota 28.08 Connecticut 5,239
28 Oregon 2.46 New Mexico 506 Nevada 27.77 Oklahoma 4,761
29 Ohio 2.40 Maryland 475 South Dakota 27.76 Mississippi 4,579
30 West Virginia 2.40 Kansas 468 Illinois 27.74 Oregon 4,134
31 Wisconsin 2.38 Nebraska 366 Missouri 27.67 Kansas 3,957
32 New Mexico 2.35 Montana 309 North Carolina 27.47 Iowa 3,936
33 Arkansas 2.28 Mississippi 222 Alabama 27.39 Arkansas 3,789
34 Kentucky 2.27 Washington 146 Tennessee 27.31 Nevada 3,413
35 South Dakota 2.26 New York 140 Virginia 27.28 Nebraska 2,627
36 Arizona 2.08 California 110 Montana 26.76 West Virginia 2,619
37 Illinois 2.03 Alaska 98 Indiana 26.45 Utah 2,555
38 Oklahoma 2.02 Nevada 95 Nebraska 26.10 Hawaii 2,475
39 Texas 2.00 New Jersey 88 Texas 25.82 New Mexico 2,201
40 Minnesota 1.97 Massachusetts 86 North Dakota 25.68 Idaho 1,865
41 Utah 1.96 Oregon 65 Oregon 25.63 New Hampshire 1,762
42 Missouri 1.93 Hawaii 52 Utah 25.13 North Dakota 1,561
43 Colorado 1.85 South Dakota 44 Iowa 24.47 Maine 1,519
44 Iowa 1.77 New Hampshire 43 Arkansas 24.03 District of Columbia 1,362
45 Montana 1.73 Connecticut 23 Kentucky 23.95 Wyoming 1,312
46 Kansas 1.71 Delaware 21 West Virginia 23.79 Rhode Island 1,304
47 Wyoming 1.67 Idaho 14 Idaho 23.70 Delaware 1,261
48 North Dakota 1.66 Maine 11 Wyoming 23.48 Montana 1,218
49 Nebraska 1.37 District of Columbia (s) Oklahoma 23.35 South Dakota 1,146
50 Rhode Island - Rhode Island 0 Louisiana 23.19 Alaska 1,074
51 Vermont - Vermont 0 Washington 21.85 Vermont 795
United States 2.35 United States 36,578 United States 30.66 United States 388,344
— = No consumption. Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
Note: Rankings are based on unrounded data.