North Dakota inside top ten states with lowest electricity prices

Photo by: WDAY Radio Staff
Photo by: WDAY Radio Staff

(Fargo, ND) -- North Dakota ranks fairly high when dealing with those pesky electricity bills.

With millions of Americans impacted by rising electricity and natural gas prices, SunPower researched how much energy costs in each state and looked into which states produce the most electricity.

North Dakota ranks as the 10th best state for energy prices, costing 13.03 cents per kilowatt.

The study also looked into which states produced the most energy from clean energy technologies like windmills, hydroelectric, and solar panels.

Idaho ranked first on the least of cheapest electricity costs, followed by Washington, Utah, Oregon and Montana.

As for the most expensive states for electricity, Hawaii came in at a pricey first, followed by New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts and California.

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