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Clayton Electricity Rates

Commercial Electricity in Clayton

^ The average commercial electricity rate in Clayton, NC is 9.79¢/kWh.[1]

Residential Electricity in Clayton

^ The average residential electricity rate in Clayton, NC is 12.19¢/kWh.[1]

Industrial Electricity in Clayton

^ The average industrial electricity rate in Clayton, NC is 6.53¢/kWh.[1]

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Clayton, NC Electricity Statistics

Commercial electricity rates in Clayton


  • Commercial Electricity in Clayton
    • The average commercial electricity rate in Clayton is 9.79¢/kWh.[1]
    • This average (commercial) electricity rate in Clayton is 13.05% greater than the North Carolina average rate of 8.66¢/kWh.[2]
    • The average (commercial) electricity rate in Clayton is 2.97% less than the national average rate of 10.09¢/kWh. Commercial rates in the U.S. range from 6.86¢/kWh to 34.88¢/kWh.[2]

Residential electricity rates in Clayton


  • Residential Electricity in Clayton
    • The average residential electricity rate in Clayton is 12.19¢/kWh.[1]
    • This average (residential) electricity rate in Clayton is 11.73% greater than the North Carolina average rate of 10.91¢/kWh.[2]
    • The average (residential) electricity rate in Clayton is 2.61% greater than the national average rate of 11.88¢/kWh. Residential rates in the U.S. range from 8.37¢/kWh to 37.34¢/kWh.[2]

Industrial electricity rates in Clayton


  • Industrial Electricity in Clayton
    • The average industrial electricity rate in Clayton is 6.53¢/kWh.[1]
    • This average (industrial) electricity rate in Clayton is 1.71% greater than the North Carolina average rate of 6.42¢/kWh.[2]
    • The average (industrial) electricity rate in Clayton is 2.1% less than the national average rate of 6.67¢/kWh. Industrial rates in the U.S. range from 4.13¢/kWh to 30.82¢/kWh.[2]
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North Carolina Electricity Rates & Consumption

Commercial electricity in North Carolina


  • Commercial electricity rates in NC [3]
    • The average commercial electricity rate in North Carolina is 8.66¢/kWh, which ranks 34th in the nation and is 14.17% less than the national average rate of 10.09¢/kWh.[3]
  • Commercial electricity consumption in NC [3]
    • Commercial electricity consumption in North Carolina averages 5,941 kWh/month, which ranks 23rd in the nation and is 4.76% less than the national average of 6,238 kWh/month.
  • Commercial electricity bills in NC [3]
    • The average monthly commercial electricity bill in North Carolina is $515, which ranks 32nd in the nation and is 18.12% less than the national average of $629.
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Residential electricity in North Carolina


  • Residential electricity rates in North Carolina [3]
    • The average residential electricity rate in North Carolina is 10.91¢/kWh, which ranks 32nd in the nation and is 8.16% less than the national average rate of 11.88¢/kWh.
  • Residential electricity consumption in NC [3]
    • Residential electricity consumption in North Carolina averages 1,077 kWh/month, which ranks 15th in the nation and is 19.27% greater than the national average of 903 kWh/month.
  • Residential electricity bills in NC [3]
    • The average monthly residential electricity bill in North Carolina is $117, which ranks 14th in the nation and is 9.35% greater than the national average of $107 per month.
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Industrial electricity in North Carolina


  • Industrial electricity rates in North Carolina [3]
    • The average industrial electricity rate in North Carolina is 6.42¢/kWh, which ranks 28th in the nation and is 3.75% less than the national average rate of 6.67¢/kWh.
  • Industrial electricity consumption in NC [3]
    • Industrial electricity consumption in North Carolina averages 215,535 kWh/month, which ranks 16th in the nation and is 92.17% greater than the national average of 112,158 kWh/month.
  • Industrial electricity bills in NC [3]
    • The average monthly industrial electricity bill in North Carolina is $13,843, which ranks 16th in the nation and is 84.99% greater than the national average of $7,483.
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Household Income in Clayton, NC

Clayton, NC Income Breakdown [4]


Income Summary for Clayton, NC


    • Household income: The city of Clayton has a median household income of $56,341, versus $58,522 for the U.S.[4]
    • Compared to the U.S.: Median household income in Clayton is approximately 4 percent less than the median income for the entire United States.[4]
    • Poverty level: Approximately 16 percent of Clayton households have incomes below poverty level.[4]
    • Electric bills: The average residential electricity bill in North Carolina is about $117/month, ranking 14th in the U.S. and 9.35% greater than the national average of $107.[5]

Income: Clayton vs. Nation [4]


Additional information about Clayton

About Clayton

Clayton is a town located in Johnston County in the state of North Carolina, and has a population of approximately 16,116.[6]

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More about Clayton utilities

For more information about Clayton electricity, or for additional resources regarding electricity & utilities in your state, visit the Energy Information Administration.

Did you know?

In the U.S., electricity plants use more than 900 million short tons of coal to produce electricity every year.

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References

1. ^ National Renewable Energy Laboratory

2. ^ U.S. Department of Energy

3. ^ U.S. Energy Information Administration (2012)

4. ^ United States Census Bureau

5. ^ U.S. Energy Information Administration

6. ^ United States Census Bureau

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