Air conditioning accounts for about 12% of U.S. home energy expenditures

Air-conditioning equipment is used in 87% of homes in the United States and, according to the latest EIA Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS), home air-conditioning costs averaged $265 in 2015, or 12% of total home energy expenditures. Air-conditioning costs ranged from an average of $525 in the hot-humid region in the Southeast to about $60 in the temperate marine region along the West Coast. The more moderate mixed-humid region, where home air-conditioning costs averaged $262, was closest to the national average. Source: Today in Energy – Air conditioning accounts for about 12% of U.S. home energy expenditures

Continue reading Air conditioning accounts for about 12% of U.S. home energy expenditures. This article appeared first on CTRM Center.

Source: CTRM Center

Related Posts

Leave a reply