Usage: Cleveland, OH
During the fall and spring, Cleveland resident’s energy usage is about on par with the rest of Ohio and the national average. However, during the summer and winter months, Cleveland residents tend to use a significantly more energy. Due to its northeast Ohio location and proximity to Lake Erie, Cleveland typically has very warm and humid summers and harsh winters. Due to these extreme seasons, Cleveland residents typically use more energy during these months. For a month to month comparison on Cleveland’s energy usage compared to the rest of Ohio and the national average, see the graph below.
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