Usage: Newark, NJ
Newark residents use slightly less energy than the national average during the fall and spring months and slightly more in the winter months. Due to its geographical location, they typically experience cold and snowy winters and humid summers. However, its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean can help regulate temperatures during these months. Newark residents tend to use more energy than the rest of the state throughout the year. Below is a month to month comparison of Newark residential energy usage compared to the rest of the state and national average.
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