Con Edison electricity prices highest of major US utilities

 

Eskimos, sled dog racers, hula dancers and surfers are among the few Americans who pay more for a kilowatt hour of electricity than Con Edison customers, according to new data from the Energy Information Administration. [Pull up Table T6; Microsoft Excel will help you sort and read the data.]

See my item on this topic in The Wall Street Journal’s Metropolis blog.

If you lived on Maui, or had a summer place on Block Island, would you really mind that electricity prices there are higher than in New York?

About Bill Sanderson

I'm a New York-based journalist, and a former reporter at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire, the Bergen Record in New Jersey, and the New York Post. My work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch.com and Politico New York. Twitter: @wpsanderson.
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