In a time when we're trying to be more eco-friendly, it turns out that Washington state is ranked the nation's least energy-expensive state!

Source: WalletHub

This study comes from WalletHub who went on to present some other facts about Washington state.

Energy Consumption & Cost in Washington (1=Most Expensive; 25=Avg.):
Avg. Monthly Energy Bill: $218
51st – Price of Electricity
23rd – Electricity Consumption per Consumer
27th – Price of Natural Gas
38th – Natural-Gas Consumption per Consumer
48th – Motor-Fuel Consumption per Driver

The most energy-expensive state is Connecticut, in case you were wondering.

Get the full list at WalletHub and let's stay at that No. 1 spot.

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