Annual growth in U.S. residential electricity prices from 2000 to 2017

This statistic represents the growth in U.S. residential electricity prices from 2000 through 2017. In 2014, U.S. residential electricity prices increased by around 3.2 percent over the previous year. The average cost of electricity in the United States came to 10 U.S. dollar cents in 2014.

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YearAnnual growth
'00 0.9%
'01 4.2%
'02 -1.6%
'03 3.2%
'04 2.6%
'05 5.4%
'06 10.3%
'07 2.4%
'08 5.7%
'09 2.2%
'10 0.2%
'11 1.6%
'12 1.4%
'13 2.1%
'14 3.2%
'15 1.2%
'16 -0.7%
'17 2.4%
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