R.I. gas prices dip 1 cent this week

THE AVERAGE price of gas in Rhode Island declined 1 cent over the week to $2.49 per gallon. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AKOS STILLER
THE AVERAGE price of gas in Rhode Island declined 1 cent over the week to $2.49 per gallon. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AKOS STILLER
PROVIDENCE – The average price of self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline in Rhode Island declined 1 cent from last week to $2.49 per gallon, 6 cents above the national average of $2.43 per gallon, according to AAA Northeast Monday. The price of gas in Rhode Island was 19 cents lower at this time last year. Prices…

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  1. And the federal e-gallon–a measure of how much it costs to drive an equivalent distance on electricity compared to a gallon of gasoline–proves again to be much lower than today’s gasoline prices.

    The e-gallon price for RI is $2.00 today. It is $1.98 in Massachusetts. That represents a roughly 50 cents savings per gallon.