Usage: Springfield, IL
Springfield is located in the central heart of Illinois and experiences typical weather for their geographical region. The summer months can get very hot and humid while the winter months can be very cold. Because of this fluctuation in temperature, Springfield residents typically use more energy than the national average and the rest of Illinois. The winter months, in particular, is when we see the biggest spike in energy usage due to frigid Midwest winters. Below you will see the average Springfield, IL residential usage compare to the rest of Illinois and the national average.
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