Per this, looks like the Northeast is going to be hit hard.

The U.S. consumer-price index for electricity in August climbed 15.8% over the same month a year ago, the biggest such 12-month increase since 1981, according to a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The strain is particularly acute in New England. The region is investing heavily in renewable-energy sources, but many of those projects aren’t yet operational, and it still relies heavily on natural gas for electricity production. The region has limited pipeline capacity and imports large volumes of liquefied natural gas, which are in shorter supply as a result of European demand.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/electric-bills-soar-across-the-country-as-winter-looms-11663493404

https://www.wsj.com/articles/as-gasoline-prices-drop-electricity-and-some-heating-costs-rise-11663096992?mod=article_inline
Per this, looks like the Northeast is going to be hit hard. The U.S. consumer-price index for electricity in August climbed 15.8% over the same month a year ago, the biggest such 12-month increase since 1981, according to a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The strain is particularly acute in New England. The region is investing heavily in renewable-energy sources, but many of those projects aren’t yet operational, and it still relies heavily on natural gas for electricity production. The region has limited pipeline capacity and imports large volumes of liquefied natural gas, which are in shorter supply as a result of European demand. https://www.wsj.com/articles/electric-bills-soar-across-the-country-as-winter-looms-11663493404 https://www.wsj.com/articles/as-gasoline-prices-drop-electricity-and-some-heating-costs-rise-11663096992?mod=article_inline