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MAP: Retail Electricity Prices by State

See where your state ranks on the Energy Institute's analysis of State-By-State Retail Electricity Prices:

U.S. Average Electricity Retail Prices
US Average Electricity Retail Prices

 

States with the highest average electricity retail prices:

1 Hawaii 27 Minnesota
2 Alaska 28 South Carolina
3 Connecticut 29 Tennessee
4 New York 30 North Carolina
5 Rhode Island 31 Alabama
6 Massachusetts 32 Virginia
7 New Hampshire 33 Missouri
8 California 34 South Dakota
9 Vermont 35 Texas
10 New Jersey 36 Indiana
11 Maine 37 Illinois
12 District of Columbia 38 Nebraska
13 Maryland 39 Oregon
14 Delaware 40 Montana
15 Michigan 41 North Dakota
16 Florida 42 Utah
17 Wisconsin 43 Iowa
18 Pennsylvania 44 Kentucky
19 Arizona 45 Louisiana
20 Colorado 46 Oklahoma
21 Kansas 47 Idaho
22 Georgia 48 Arkansas
23 Nevada 49 Wyoming
24 New Mexico 50 West Virginia
25 Ohio 51 Washington
26 Mississippi

 

Download this map as a PDF(Updated April 2015)

ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO Ryan Lance Exclusive U.S. Chamber Interview

ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO Ryan Lance has witnessed firsthand the evolution of his industry – from rough-necking to hard science.

He began his career in the trenches and now leads a team on the cutting edge of innovation – working to protect the environment and America’s energy independence. Technicians for the world giant in independent exploration and production can direct drill heads to pinpoint spots miles below the surface. The industry advances have brought results.

"Over the last two years alone, 40 percent of the U.S. GDP growth came from oil and gas,” Lance says, before adding: “And we did this through technology. Yes, oil is a high-tech business."

Lance, during a visit to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce last week, sat down to give us an exclusive look at his tenure and how he sees the oil and gas industry today – and tomorrow.

CEO Leadership Series featuring Ryan Lance, Chairman and CEO, ConocoPhillips

The Institute for 21st Century Energy and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Foundation hosted a conversation with Ryan Lance, chairman and chief executive officer, ConocoPhillips.

Mr. Lance discussed how the oil and natural gas renaissance has brightened the U.S. energy outlook through increased production, reduced imports, and promoted job creation, improved balance of trade and economic stimulation. However, growing "light" oil volumes from shale will soon exceed domestic refining capacity and thus slow future development, impacting the economy. Mr. Lance suggests that rescinding the current ban on crude oil exports can keep the renaissance moving forward. Christopher Guith, Energy Institute Senior Vice President for Policy, discusses how the boom in domestic natural gal and oil production is good for Colorado and the U.S.

Radio: Christopher Guith on Aspen Public Radio

Christopher Guith, Energy Institute Senior Vice President for Policy, discusses how the boom in domestic natural gal and oil production is good for Colorado and the U.S.

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