Inflation continues to impact Americans everywhere, and with summer approaching and air conditioning being used, energy bills will rise.
There are 5 places that will see the biggest increase in energy bills this season.
Some bills are as high as $524, which is 5% higher than 2021.
Where will there be major increases for energy bills across America in 2022?
Next is East South Central U.S., where the average energy bill will rise from $488 to $503.
New England will see a steep average increase from $451 to $495, a 10% jump.
South Atlantic will see a rise from $473 to $493.
Finally, the Mid-Atlantic will see the average bill jump from $434 to $446.
The overall average increase across the U.S. will rise from $450 to $454.
Starting June 1, Pennsylvania residents were warned that their energy bills could rise from 6% to 45%.
Eversource is the provider for New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, and said the increase through June 30 could be 23% to 25%.
Finally, residents in South Carolina will see increases from 5% to 19%.