By “energy,” we are not referencing the state’s climate and cachet.  We mean the actual price of energy in the state.

Californian’s pay $1.04 and $1.05 per gallon more for gas and diesel respectively than the average US citizen.
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Californian’s pay the highest fuel taxes in the nation, $0.796/gallon for gas and $1.113/gallon for diesel.

Californian’s pay 52.6% more per kWh for electricity, which equates to a price tag of $5.9B more per year. Commercial and industrial users have a heftier price tag of $10.6B more per year.

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