Usage: Rockford, IL
Due to its geographical location, Rockford, IL residents typically use more energy than the rest of Illinois and the national average. Rockford experiences very cold winters that lead to more energy usage during Nov, Dec, and Jan. They also experience very warm and humid summer that requires residents to use more energy to keep their home cool. Throughout the year, Rockford residents use about 10% more energy than the national average and 16% more energy than the rest of Illinois. For more information, see the usage graph below.
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