Usage: Champaign, IL
Due to its geographical location, Champaign residents and businesses experience harsh winters and hot summers. This means that in the summer months residents typically use more energy than the national average to get their homes cool. In the winter, Champaign residents must use more energy to heat their homes due to cold Midwest winters. Fall and spring are typically mild and less energy is used during these months. For more information on Champaign, IL energy usage compared to the rest of Illinois and the national average, see the graph below. Also, check out our latest video on the Illinois energy market.
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