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Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2016

Table E18. Coal and Retail Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, Ranked by State, 2016





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 6.00 Texas 2,416 Hawaii 70.01 California 38,787
2 Maine 4.29 Indiana 2,346 Alaska 52.62 Texas 32,864
3 Massachusetts 4.08 Ohio 1,870 Connecticut 50.54 Florida 23,348
4 New Hampshire 4.07 West Virginia 1,741 Massachusetts 48.30 New York 21,388
5 Connecticut 4.07 Pennsylvania 1,640 Rhode Island 47.71 Pennsylvania 14,702
6 District of Columbia 3.45 Kentucky 1,585 New Hampshire 45.88 Ohio 14,700
7 California 3.38 Illinois 1,445 California 44.74 Georgia 13,240
8 South Carolina 3.21 Florida 1,290 New York 42.41 Illinois 13,024
9 New Jersey 3.21 Missouri 1,210 Vermont 42.39 North Carolina 12,362
10 North Carolina 3.14 North Carolina 1,198 New Jersey 39.30 Michigan 11,513
11 Hawaii 3.09 Georgia 1,125 Maine 37.51 Virginia 10,211
12 Florida 3.03 Michigan 1,115 Maryland 35.79 New Jersey 10,006
13 Louisiana 2.99 Alabama 1,024 District of Columbia 34.38 Indiana 9,455
14 Virginia 2.98 Tennessee 901 Delaware 32.74 Tennessee 9,263
15 New York 2.96 Wisconsin 820 Michigan 32.44 Massachusetts 8,812
16 Delaware 2.86 Wyoming 781 Wisconsin 31.30 Alabama 8,415
17 Maryland 2.83 South Carolina 712 Kansas 31.03 Arizona 8,082
18 Georgia 2.82 Arizona 693 Arizona 30.28 South Carolina 7,788
19 Mississippi 2.69 Virginia 665 Pennsylvania 29.96 Missouri 7,661
20 Alabama 2.50 North Dakota 641 Minnesota 29.42 Maryland 7,492
21 Indiana 2.47 Colorado 601 Florida 29.03 Wisconsin 7,434
22 Tennessee 2.37 Minnesota 552 Ohio 28.95 Washington 6,754
23 Washington 2.37 Arkansas 540 Colorado 28.85 Minnesota 6,550
24 Michigan 2.37 Utah 525 South Dakota 28.82 Louisiana 6,341
25 West Virginia 2.32 Iowa 512 South Carolina 28.68 Kentucky 6,223
26 Wisconsin 2.29 Maryland 460 Missouri 28.56 Colorado 5,363
27 South Dakota 2.27 Oklahoma 437 Georgia 28.10 Connecticut 4,989
28 Ohio 2.27 Kansas 431 Alabama 28.07 Oklahoma 4,735
29 Oregon 2.25 Louisiana 421 Illinois 27.69 Mississippi 4,195
30 Nevada 2.24 New Mexico 375 Tennessee 27.11 Kansas 4,189
31 Idaho 2.24 Nebraska 329 Indiana 27.11 Oregon 4,182
32 Pennsylvania 2.23 Montana 272 North Carolina 26.96 Iowa 4,143
33 Arkansas 2.19 Mississippi 164 New Mexico 26.87 Arkansas 3,739
34 Kentucky 2.15 Washington 126 Montana 26.69 Nevada 3,031
35 Arizona 2.14 California 108 Virginia 26.65 West Virginia 2,877
36 Minnesota 2.11 Alaska 100 Nebraska 26.52 Nebraska 2,732
37 Illinois 2.06 New York 88 West Virginia 26.32 Utah 2,605
38 Oklahoma 1.97 Massachusetts 82 North Dakota 26.25 Hawaii 2,243
39 Utah 1.95 Nevada 69 Oregon 25.88 New Mexico 2,082
40 New Mexico 1.90 South Dakota 60 Utah 25.65 Idaho 1,865
41 Missouri 1.89 New Jersey 56 Mississippi 25.59 New Hampshire 1,707
42 Colorado 1.87 Hawaii 51 Iowa 25.07 North Dakota 1,631
43 Texas 1.83 Oregon 44 Texas 25.01 Maine 1,465
44 Iowa 1.72 Delaware 23 Kentucky 24.77 District of Columbia 1,337
45 Wyoming 1.71 New Hampshire 21 Nevada 24.58 Wyoming 1,317
46 Kansas 1.70 Connecticut 10 Wyoming 24.12 Delaware 1,226
47 Montana 1.68 Maine 9 Arkansas 23.85 Rhode Island 1,225
48 North Dakota 1.62 Idaho 5 Idaho 23.70 Montana 1,199
49 Nebraska 1.37 District of Columbia (s) Oklahoma 23.15 South Dakota 1,193
50 Rhode Island Rhode Island 0 Washington 22.69 Alaska 1,088
51 Vermont Vermont 0 Louisiana 22.68 Vermont 798
United States 2.23 United States 31,694 United States 30.26 United States 383,567
— = No consumption. Web Page: All data are available at https://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.