According to a WalletHub study, Utah is the most energy-efficient state, excluding Alaska and Hawaii. With so many staying home during the pandemic, energy costs are rising and consumers should welcome the low costs of energy efficiency. Generally, states in the northeast and Rocky Mountain regions are in the top spots for energy efficiency while the 10 states found at the bottom are primarily southern states. What energy efficiency lessons can the southern states learn from top ranked states Utah, New York and Massachusetts?
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