Kentucky electricity rates in February 2017 averaged 10.59 cents per kilowatthour -- an estimated 17 percent less than the 12.82 cents per kilowatthour average rate in the U.S. overall in February 2017.
Kentucky natural gas rates in February 2017 averaged 10.92 dollars per thousand cubic feet -- an estimated 9 percent more than the 10.05 dollars per thousand cubic feet average rate in the nation overall in February 2017.
When talking about renewable energy source in the U.S., solar energy and wind energy typically dominate the conversation. But don’t sleep on hydropower.
Last year was a record-breaking one for solar power generation in the U.S., and 2016 looks to have an even brighter future, the SEIA said.
For the first time ever, natural gas is expected to surpass coal as an electricity generating source in the United States.
Kentucky has an estimated population of 4,339,367, which ranks 25th in the nation. 
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