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Electricity in South Carolina

^ Electricity prices in South Carolina in April 2017 averaged 13.13 cents per kilowatthour (¢/kWh), which is approximately 3% more than the average U.S. price. [More]

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Natural Gas in South Carolina

^ Natural gas prices in South Carolina in April 2017 averaged 17.57 dollars per thousand cubic feet ($/Mcf), which is about 54% more than the average U.S. price. [More]

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Utilities in South Carolina

Electricity in South Carolina

Residential Electricity Rates in South Carolina

Residential electricity prices in South Carolina in April 2017 averaged 13.13 cents per kilowatthour (¢/kWh), which was approximately 3% more than the national average rate of 12.70 ¢/kWh (April 2017). [1]

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Electricity in South Carolina

See the chart below to compare South Carolina electricity rates against average rates in the U.S. [1]


Last Six Months: South Carolina vs. U.S.


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Natural Gas in South Carolina

Residential Natural Gas Rates in South Carolina

Residential natural gas prices in South Carolina in April 2017 averaged 17.57 dollars per thousand cubic feet ($/Mcf), which was approximately 54% more than the national average rate of 11.38 $/Mcf (April 2017). [2]

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Natural Gas in South Carolina

See the chart below to compare South Carolina natural gas prices against the U.S. average prices. [2]


Last Six Months: South Carolina vs. U.S.


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Solar Quotes
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Solar Power in South Carolina

Solar Radiation in South Carolina

The capital of South Carolina, Columbia, has an average annual solar radiation value of 5.16 kilowatt hours per square meter per day (kWh/m2/day). Compare it to low and high values for the country as a whole. [3]


→ kWh/m2/day: kilowatt hours per square meter per day.
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→ South Carolina values listed here are based on Columbia data.

Solar Power in South Carolina

See the chart below to compare South Carolina solar radiation levels against the high and low in the U.S. [3]

→ k/m/d: kilowatt hours per square meter per day.
→ Values listed as zero are not currently available.
→ South Carolina values listed here are based on Columbia data.

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More information about South Carolina

About South Carolina

South Carolina ranks 24th in the United States with an total population of approximately 4,625,364. [4]

SC Utility Rates

Utilities in SC

To learn more about utility rates and consumption in South Carolina, or for other information related to utilities in SC, visit the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

Did you know?

Solar power does not produce any pollutants and is renewable, making it one of the cleanest source of energy.

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