Higher Costs Hit Residential Utility Bills

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Source: U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA)
Source: U.S. EIA

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  • The Issue: Using monthly zip code-level data on electricity disconnections, the paper documents the socioeconomic correlates of extreme economic distress among 5 million customers in Illinois.
  • Key Finding:

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