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Electricity in Ripley

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Natural Gas in Ripley

^ Natural gas prices in Ripley, IL in February 2021 averaged 6.55 $/Mcf, or about 30% less than the average U.S. price. [More]

Solar Power in Ripley

^ Average solar radiation in Ripley is about 29% higher than average solar radiation in a low output area of the U.S. [More]

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Utilities in Ripley, IL

Electricity Prices in Ripley, IL

Residential Electricity Rates in Ripley

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Electricity Comparison: Ripley vs. U.S.

See how electricity costs in Ripley differ from the average electricity costs for the U.S. overall. [1]

On a year-over-year basis - from to - residential electricity prices in Ripley increased approximately n/a%, from ¢/kWh to ¢/kWh. [1]

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Natural Gas Prices in Ripley, IL

Residential Natural Gas Rates in Ripley

Residential natural gas prices in Ripley in February 2021 averaged 6.55 dollars per thousand cubic feet ($/Mcf), which was approximately 30% less than the national average rate of 9.37 $/Mcf (February 2021). [2]


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Natural Gas Comparison: Ripley vs. U.S.

See the chart below to see a comparison of Ripley natural gas prices against U.S. average prices. Compare Ripley natural gas costs to overall U.S. average costs. [2]

On a year-over-year basis, residential natural gas prices in Ripley (Illinois) increased approximately 5%, from 6.25 $/Mcf (February 2020) to 6.55 $/Mcf (February 2021). [2]

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Solar Power in Ripley, IL

Solar Radiation Levels in Ripley

The village of Ripley (Illinois) has an average annual solar radiation value of 4.82 kilowatt hours per square meter per day (kWh/m2/day). Compare Ripley values to both low and high values in the U.S. overall: [3]

    • Average monthly solar radition in Ripley is 27% lower than an example high average monthly solar radiation in NV.
    • Average monthly solar radition in Ripley is 29% higher than an example low average monthly solar radiation in WA.

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Solar Power Comparison: Ripley vs. High vs. Low

See the chart below for a comparison of Ripley solar radiation levels against other areas in the U.S. Compare Ripley levels against both 1) low average solar radition levels (WA) and also 2) high average solar radiation levels (NV). [3]

→ k/m/d: kilowatt hours per square meter per day.
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More information about Ripley

About Ripley

The village of Ripley, IL in Brown County has an approximate population of 86. [4]

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Ripley, IL Utilities

To learn more about utility rates & usage in Ripley, IL, or for other information related to utilities in Ripley, visit the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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