Usage: Dayton, OH
Dayton residents are on par with the rest of the state and national average for energy usage in the first half of the year. However, Dayton is located in the Miami Valley region of Ohio where it can get quite warm in the summer. Beginning in June, there is a spike in energy usage from Dayton residents. This is due to the extra energy they must use to keep their home cool. This trend continues into the winter where Dayton can experience very cold temperatures. Below is a month by month comparison of Dayton’s residential usage compared to the national average and the rest of Ohio.
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