1.6.5 Historical Electricity Rates

  

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HISTORICAL ELECTRICITY RATES

Do you know what the price of power will be in 20 years? Probably not. But our customers do, because One Energy uses our Renewable Energy Agreement to lock in a fixed rate for our customers for 20 years.

To show how important that kind of control is, we’ve analyzed electricity rate data for the past 20 years for every state in the U.S.

Market price fluctuations are detrimental for a company’s budget planning, and the long-term historical trend of electricity price increases is harmful to a company’s bottom line. We’ve compiled publicly available rate data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) to analyze energy costs for the last 20 years. 

View summaries and the raw data for yourself, to see how a fixed energy rate could benefit your company’s finances. 

While One Energy will not make predictions regarding future electricity costs, the historical data below provides context for the electricity-rate increases your company may face in the future.

Historical Industrial Electricity Rates – United States 

Take a deep dive into the historical rates that are relevant to you, via the data available below.


Historical Electricity Rates – by State

Raw Data and Notes

We’ve compiled the raw data behind the reports above, and it is available in the link below. Our Electricity Rate Data Tool allows users to view average historical electric rates for states, regions, and the nation as a whole. Users can also view raw data and our sources.

Download the One Energy Electricity Rate Data Tool in Excel 

Download the Modeling Notes 

WHAT’S ON THIS PAGE?

The long-term trend of electricity price increases is harmful to a company’s bottom line.

One Energy locks in a fixed rate for our customers for 20 years.

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