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Your electric costs may be the last thing on your mind as you rush to complete last-minute holiday chores and preparations, but if you’re like most Americans, chances are you’ll get a bit of a shock in the mail when your next bill arrives. It’s not just those festive holiday lights all around your house and yard that are adding up, it’s everything else we tend to do more of during the winter (and especially the holidays): cooking, washing and drying, heating the home, even watching TV or using other electronics. How does your typical monthly electric bill compare to the average in your state and the rest of the United States? Where exactly do those kilowatts go? See our infographic to find out.

Electricity Cost and Consumption in the United States

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Published December 23, 2011 Updated: August 7, 2014
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