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U.S. Per Capita Electricity Use By State In 2010

 

U.S. Per Capita Electricity Use By State In 2010

RankingStatePopulation (thousands)kWh (millions)kWh per capita
1 Wyoming 564 15,475 27,457
2 Kentucky 4,339 93,686 21,590
3 District of Columbia 602 11,972 19,896
4 North Dakota 673 13,100 19,477
5 Louisiana 4,533 85,461 18,852
6 South Carolina 4,625 82,809 17,903
7 Alabama 4,780 82,654 17,293
8 West Virginia 1,853 32,039 17,290
9 Mississippi 2,967 49,829 16,793
10 Arkansas 2,916 48,167 16,519
11 Indiana 6,484 105,782 16,315
12 Nebraska 1,826 29,757 16,293
13 Tennessee 6,346 102,281 16,117
14 Oklahoma 3,751 58,399 15,568
15 Iowa 3,046 45,841 15,048
16 Georgia 9,688 141,226 14,578
17 Virginia 8,001 115,928 14,489
18 Idaho 1,568 22,690 14,475
19 Missouri 5,989 85,913 14,345
20 North Carolina 9,535 136,59514,325
21 Kansas 2,853 40,695 14,263
22 Texas 25,146 356,536 14,179
23 Montana 989 13,844 13,992
24 South Dakota 814 11,330 13,916
25 Washington 6,725 91,166 13,557
26 Ohio 11,537 154,445 13,388
27 Delaware 898 11,587 12,904
28 Minnesota 5,304 68,126 12,845
29 Nevada 2,701 33,748 12,497
30 Florida 18,801 232,735 12,379
United States 308,7463,749,98512,146
31 Wisconsin 5,687 69,147 12,159
32 Oregon 3,831 46,269 12,077
33 Pennsylvania 12,702 149,36811,759
34 Arizona 6,392 72,836 11,395
35 Maryland 5,774 65,489 11,343
36 Illinois 12,831 144,378 11,253
37 New Mexico 2,059 22,113 10,739
38 Michigan 9,884 103,941 10,516
39 Colorado 5,029 52,099 10,359
40 Utah 2,764 27,932 10,106
41 New Jersey 8,792 78,999 8,985
42 Vermont 626 5,620 8,982
43 Maine 1,328 11,552 8,696
44 Massachusetts 6,548 56,252 8,591
45 Connecticut 3,574 30,432 8,514
46 New Hampshire 1,316 10,909 8,286
47 Alaska 710 5,648 7,952
48 New York 19,378 144,693 7,467
49 Rhode Island 1,053 7,825 7,434
50 Hawaii 1,360 10,016 7,363
51California 37,254250,3846,721
Sources: http://factfinder.census.gov/home/saff/aff_transition.html
http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?fpt=table
Kilowatt-hour: http://www.eia.doe.gov/Ftproot/pub/electricity/f8262010.xls