In 2017, Michigan’s electricity costs for industrial users were 0.4 cents lower than the “Top Ten” average and on par with the average of peer states.

What It Is: Price per kilowatt-hour (kwh) of electricity for industrial users.  

Why It Matters: Maintaining competitive energy costs contributes to a state’s attractiveness to businesses.

Note: 2017 figures are calculated using data through March 2017.


Electricity Costs – Industrial Trends

Electricity Costs – Industrial Standings

Source: Energy Information Administration (Electricity Data Interactive)