North Carolina electricity rates and the resulting consumer electricity expenditures impact a wide range of critical community and economic development issues in the state. This report provides a comprehensive, comparative review of how utilities in North Carolina price electricity for residential customers. This report summarizes rates and rate structures and provides a graphical analysis of rate setting practices. The primary source of data for this report was rate sheets provided by 103 of the state’s 105 residential electricity providers. Financial operations data for municipal electric providers was obtained through the North Carolina Treasurer’s Local Government Commission (LGC) audit report for fiscal year 2012-2013. Aggregate summary statistics were obtained from the Energy Information Agency’s (EIA) 2012 Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS).