U.S. winter electricity prices 2005/06-2019/20

The statistic represents the average consumer price for electricity in the United States between winter of 2005/06 and winter of 2019/20. During the winter of 2019/20, U.S. consumers are forecast to pay an average of around 12.7 cents per kilowatt hour.

Average consumer price for electricity in the U.S. from winter of 2005/06 to winter of 2019/20 (in cents per kilowatt hour)*

Winter ofPrice in cents per kilowatt hour
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Release date

October 2019


United States

Survey time period

2005 through winter of 2018/19

Supplementary notes

* Prices include taxes.
The figures are compiled from several editions of the report.

** The figure for 2019/20 is a forecast

Winter: October 1 through March 31.

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