Detailed electricity rate data on ZIP Code 02163 in Suffolk County in the U.S. View various electricity statistics about ZIP Code 02163, which is primarily associated with Boston, MA. Compare commercial, industrial and residential electricity rates in 02163 to those in Massachusetts and also in the entire U.S. Additionally, view data on both historical and current electricity usage in this Suffolk County region.
View the charts and tables below for a snapshot of how electricity rates in ZIP Code 02163 (Boston, MA) compare to rates in Massachusetts and to the U.S. overall.
The average residential electricity rate in ZIP Code 02163 of 14.91¢/kWh is lower than the average residential rate in the state of Massachusetts overall.
ZIP Code 02163 vs. Massachusetts
Massachusetts's average residential electricity rate of 32.39¢/kWh is approximately 117% higher than the 14.91¢/kWh 02163 average rate.
ZIP Code 02163 vs. the U.S.
Additionally, the average residential electricity rate of 15.85¢/kWh in the U.S. overall is an estimated 6% higher than the average residential rate in 02163.
See the table below for a comparison of residential, commercial, and industrial electricity rates in ZIP Code 02163, Massachusetts, and also in the U.S. as a whole.
|ZIP Code 02163||14.91¢/kWh||13.84¢/kWh||12.57¢/kWh|
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The ZIP Code of 02163 is connected to Boston, MA in Suffolk County. This Massachusetts region currently has an approximate population of 2,621 residents and an estimated 506 total housing units contributing to overall electricity usage statistics in this locality.
* All electricity rates and electricity usage data referenced here originate from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and/or the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Estimates utilize regional U.S. Census Bureau data along with regional NREL and/or EIA data.