California Is Impoverishing Its Low-Income Residents With Electricity Prices

Robert Bryce
California Sierra Nevada snow storm

Last year, according to the Energy Information Administration, residential power prices in California jumped by nearly 12 percent, to an average of 22.85 cents per kilowatt-hour. California residential users now pay about 66 percent more for electricity than homeowners in the rest of the U.S., who pay an average of 13.72 cents per kilowatt-hour.


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