(The Center Square) - When it comes to powering up the home or workplace, Utahns are paying one of the lowest rates in the U.S. for their electricity, according to recently released statistics from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Utah's rank as 3rd lowest in the nation in terms of its average retail price per kilowatt. That doesn't come as a shock to Rocky Mountain Power spokesman David Eskelsen.
Eskelsen told The Center Square that Utah's historically low electric prices are attributed to the state's participation in an innovative grid modernization designed to make energy use for consumers more efficient and, therefore, less expensive.
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