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Red Cross, NC Energy

Red Cross Electricity Rates

^ Red Cross, NC electricity rates recently averaged 11.49¢/kWh -- an estimated 14 percent less than the average national rate. [More]

Red Cross Solar Energy

^ Solar energy output in Red Cross, NC is an estimated 36 percent higher than average solar energy in a low-output area of the nation. [More]

Red Cross Natural Gas Rates

^ Red Cross, NC natural gas rates recently averaged 0.00$/Mcf -- an estimated 100 percent less than the national average rate. [More]

Energy in Red Cross, NC

Energy in Red Cross, NC

Red Cross, NC Electricity Rates

August 2018

In the most recent month of electricity data, August 2018, Red Cross's average rate of 11.49¢/kWh -- a difference of about -14% from the U.S. average of 13.30¢/kWh that month.[1]

Red Cross Electricty, Year Over Year

Year over year in Red Cross (NC), electricity rates increased an estimated 3 percent -- from 11.18¢/kWh (August 2017) to 11.49¢/kWh (August 2018).[1]

August 2017

In August 2017, the average electricity rate in Red Cross (North Carolina) of 11.18¢/kWh -- a difference of about -15% from the United States average of 13.15¢/kWh that month.[1]

Red Cross Electricity Statistics

Red Cross Electricity Rates

Average electricity rates in Red Cross, NC in August 2018 were 11.49¢/kWh -- an estimated 14 percent less than average rates that same month in the nation as a whole. [1]


→ Any electricity rate value listed as 0 (zero) signifies temporarily missing data.
→ ¢/kWh = cents per kilowatthour

Electricity: Red Cross versus U.S. Averages

Comparison of Red Cross electricity rates versus national average rates. [1]

→ Any electricty rate value listed as 0 (zero) signifies temporarily missing data.

Red Cross, NC Solar Energy

Solar: Red Cross vs. Nevada

The average amount of solar radition in Red Cross (measured on a monthly basis) is 23 percent lower than an area of the U.S. (Nevada) with historically high levels of solar radiation.[2]

Solar Power Output in Red Cross

April is historically the month that will have the highest solar output (AC) values in Red Cross -- averaging an estimated 571 kWhac. December typically has the lowest output (410 kWhac).[2]

Solar: Red Cross vs. Washington

The average amount of solar radition in Red Cross (measured monthly) is 36 percent higher than an area of the U.S. (Washington) with historically low levels of solar radiation.[2]

Red Cross Solar Energy Statistics

Solar Energy in Red Cross, NC

The average monthly solar radiation level in Red Cross, NC is 5.07 kilowatt hours per square meter per day(kWh/m2/day). See the chart below for monthly comparisons.[2]

→ Any solar value listed as 0 (zero) signifies temporarily missing data.
→ kWh/m2/day = kilowatt hours per square meter per day

Solar Power in Red Cross, NC

The average monthly solar system output (AC) in Red Cross, NC is 6039 kilowatt hours (AC). See the visualization below for month-by-month averages in Red Cross.[2]

→ Any solar value listed as 0 (zero) signifies temporarily missing data.
→ kWhac = kilowatt hours (AC)

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Red Cross, NC Natural Gas Rates

August 2018

In the most recent month of natural gas data, August 2018, Red Cross's average rate of 0.00$/Mcf -- a difference of about -100% from the U.S. average of 18.63$/Mcf that month.[3]

Red Cross Natural Gas, Year Over Year

On a year-over-year basis in Red Cross (NC), natural gas rates decreased about 100 percent -- from 23.14$/Mcf (August 2017) to 0.00$/Mcf (August 2018).[3]

August 2017

In August 2017, the average electricity rate in Red Cross (North Carolina) of 23.14$/Mcf -- a difference of about +27% from the United States average of 18.22$/Mcf that month.[3]

Red Cross Natural Gas Statistics

Residential Natural Gas Rates in Red Cross

Average natural gas rates in Red Cross, NC in July 2018 were 0.00$/Mcf -- an estimated 100 percent less than that month's average U.S. rate of 18.63$/Mcf.[3]



→ Any gas rate value listed as 0 (zero) signifies temporarily missing data.
→ $/Mcf = dollars per thousand cubic feet

Natural Gas: Red Cross versus U.S. Averages

Comparison of Red Cross natural gas rates versus national average rates.[3]

→ Any gas rate value listed as 0 (zero) signifies temporarily missing data.

Energy Companies in Red Cross

Electric Companies in Red Cross

Electric companies providing service in or near Red Cross, NC.

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Gas Companies in Red Cross

Gas companies that offer service in or near Red Cross, NC.


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Solar Contractors in Red Cross

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About Red Cross

Red Cross (NC) is a town in Stanly County with an estimated population of 742.[4]

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Red Cross, NC Energy

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