Idaho Electricity is the Cheapest in the U.S.

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Real Estate Agent with CENTURY 21 Southern Idaho Realty

According to the U.S. Energy Information Agency, Idahoans pay only 6.12 cents per kilowatt hour for electrical energy, currently the lowest rate in the United States.  The hardest hit are residents of Hawaii who pay almost 4 times as much at 23.36 cents per kwh.

Idaho's low rates are due primarily to the use of lower cost, hydroelectric and coal fired generation plants instead of the costlier natural gas and nuclear facilities, common in many other parts of the country.

Jan DeGiorgio   Mountain Home, ID   My Blog   My Site

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