Regional variations in household lighting consumption driven by bulb choice and bulb count

U.S. households consumed an average of 1,105 kilowatthours (kWh) of electricity for lighting in 2015, or about 10% of electricity consumption in homes. Data from EIA’s latest Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS) show that average lighting consumption varied geographically from a high of 1,333 kWh per home in the West North Central states of the Midwest to 911 kWh in the Pacific states along the West Coast. Source: Today in Energy – Regional variations in household lighting consumption driven by bulb choice and bulb count

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