Usage: Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati residents typically use more energy than the rest of the state and the national average throughout the year. The city is located in the Ohio Valley which is known for its extreme seasons. The summers are typically very hot and humid while the winters are typically below freezing and snowy. Because of its geographical location, Cincinnati residents typically need to use more energy to heat and cool their homes throughout the year. For a month to month comparison of Cincinnati's residential energy usage compared to the rest of Ohio and the national average, see the graph below.
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