A few days ago, the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) published its “Top 10 Energy Costs” report.
The report, published last year, found that the average American pays $2,859 a year in energy bills.
That’s more than double the average US household income.
However, the report did note that the costs of gas, electricity and water are all increasing.
And while the cost of gasoline, diesel and other basic energy products is falling, the cost per kilowatt-hour is rising by about 5 percent a year.
EIA found that energy-related bills are now the second-highest in the US after housing.
If you are an average American and you are working, you may not need to worry about paying your energy bills, according to the report.
According to the EIA, there are now 6.4 million American households that are paying their bills in more than $10,000, the amount that most people consider a fair wage.
“The typical American household is working more than they were in 2006, and yet, they still have a higher energy bill than most households in the country,” the EEA said in its report.
“If you’re an average worker earning $50,000 a year, you’re now paying nearly $1,000 more a year than your counterpart in 2008,” the report said.
According to Energy Information World, the average monthly energy bill for a typical American family is $7,300, up from $6,800 in 2007.
Even though consumers are paying more, they are still paying less.
Energy prices have increased by 7.6 percent since 2007.
But that does not account for the rise in oil prices, which are up more than 40 percent.
But if you live in a major metropolitan area, it can be expensive to commute.
In Washington, D.C., the average daily commute to work costs $2.40.
For an average consumer, that means an extra $2 per day.
A lot of Americans have gotten used to having to pay more for their energy, but they are paying it more than ever.
As of May 1, the Energy Information Agency reported that the cost to use an average household energy supply rose by 5.2 percent, while the price of gasoline rose by 6.9 percent.