Usage: New Haven, CT
Home to Yale University, New Haven residents use energy from a variety of sources. New Haven residents use less energy in the winter and spring than the rest of the state. This can be attributed to its geographical location and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. This keeps the city rather mild compared to the rest of the state during these months. In the summer, the residents use more energy than the rest of the state and slightly more than the national average. For more information on New Haven's residential energy usage, see the graph below and check out our video on Connecticut energy usage.
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