I bet you have to put up with the constant head explosions from the electric bills.
Actually in my case ham, the answer would be "no", and even though that map shows the state of Arizona's electricity rates higher than the national norm.
Ya see, first, I don't have a whole lot o' those electronic gadgets to run like you do. My interests when it comes to "things" and as I'm sure you know by now, are in cars and motorcycles, and THEY run on gasoline of course.
And secondly, and unlike those poor souls who live down in that concrete urban sprawl of Phoenix and where they must run their air conditioning units 24/7 during the summer months because even in the dead of night it seldom gets below 80 freakin' degrees, we UP HERE in the higher elevation of beautiful picturesque Sedona ONLY have run those suckers during the daylight hours and because after the suns sets it'll almost always drops to a very pleasant 65-70 degrees during that time of year, and thus we just open our windows and allow the outside ambient temperature into the house while we watch evening television shows and later hit the ol' sack.
And so, no, MY electrical bills would not be accurately reflected in that map o' yours.
(...oh, and one more thing here dude...I also don't have to put up with all that damn humid weather you poor souls who live east of the Rocky Mountains have to put up with during this same time o' year...yep, life is good here in beautiful picturesque Sedona Arizona alright!)