Baltimore energy rates
Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and the 26th largest in the United States, boasting 621,342 residents and a metro area of over two million. With a deep-water seaport, Baltimore is a thriving commercial metropolis that requires reliable and affordable energy sources to keep its residential homeowners and commercial entities operating efficiently and economically.
Baltimore energy prices can fluctuate significantly, partly because of seasonal changes. Energy prices in are generally lower in the fall and spring months, and typically higher in the winter and summer, owing to heating and air conditioning demands, respectively. Depending on the provider, Baltimore electricity pricesvary from 8.39 cents to 11.49 cents per kilowatt hour while natural gas rates range from 48.9 cents to 99.9 cents per therm, depending on the supplier.