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Starting on December 1 st, 2021, NEC will have a new PAYMENT mailing address for check payments. Please update your records to: PO Box 5148 Harlan, IA 51593-0648. Check payments can still be accepted at any of our offices. Electronic payments may also be made through SmartHub, IVR (877-760-7428), or the NEC website.
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According to the latest data available from the EIA, the average residential U.S. electricity price in March 2022 was 14.47 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh). The national average increased 4.6% compared with the previous month. In March, North Dakota paid the lowest average residential electricity rates in the country – 10.03 cents per kWh.
The average U.S. residential electricity price actually went up from 12.87 cents/kWh in 2019 to 13.01 cents/kWh in 2020. But, the electricity consumption per customer resulted in a lower average bill. As the total household energy use dropped, so did the lighting bills.
Overview of U.S. Energy Rates The average U.S. electricity price sits at about 14.29 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) as of January 2022, which is about .94 cents higher than it was in January 2021. 1 While less than a penny may not seem like much, it’s a 7% increase in price in a single year. And remember, the increase in price is per kilowatt-hour.
10. Virginia: $378.91. Virginia closes out our list of the ten states with the most expensive utilities. While the state’s monthly utility cost is almost $60 less than Connecticut’s (the most expensive), it’s still over $20 higher than the nationwide average of $356.13.