Fact Sheet: Energy Efficiency Offers Savings for Minnesotans

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While electricity is essential for homes and businesses across the U.S., the cost of service can pose a burden to customers. One key strategy to limit this burden is to implement efficiency measures that can cut costs by reducing energy consumption.
On average, a U.S. household spends $1,411.80 for electricity annually. In 2020, Minnesotans spent $1,225.32.

Rural households tend to have higher energy burdens—the percentage of household income spent on energy.