All-time high electric costs make Christmas less merry

Those Christmas lights on your house or tree spread holiday cheer, but according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics it’s at a higher cost than ever.

Their most recent monthly figures show that the seasonally adjusted electricity price index hit an all-time high nationally in November.

The average price for a kilowatt hour of electricity was 13¢ – the most one KwH of electricity has ever averaged since the BLS first started reporting average electricity pricing in November, 1978.

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