Usage: Columbus, OH
While most of Ohio is on par with the national average for the month to month energy usage, Columbus residents tend to consume more energy in the summer. Located in the Midwest, Columbus residents experience hot and humid summer which require more energy to keep their homes cool. Those that live in the city also can experience temperatures that are 3-5 degrees hotter than surrounding areas due to concrete and buildings trapping in heat. Winters can also be extreme with below zero temperatures and snow which requires more heat to stay warm. For a month to month comparison of Columbus residential usage compared to the rest of Ohio and the national average, see the graph below.
Featured VideoAt Compare Electricity, we are dedicated to bringing you all the latest videos to keep you informed about Columbus' energy usage and trends. In our latest video, we detail Ohio's energy usage compared to the rest of the Country. Over 32% of Ohio's energy usage comes from its large industrial sector with commercial and residential sector each account for a little over 20%. Ohio's residential energy usage is nearly the same as the national energy usage throughout the year. For more information, check out the video below.
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