You can typically contact (or have your agent contact) the utiltiy companies that service the property and they will give you the past 12 months of information.
However bear in mind this is more or less worthless as it's data without context. You know nothing about the current occupants and how they live. Perhaps their nudists who keep it extremely warm, or perhaps their extremely frugal and don't run AC in the summer and leave the heat at 65 degrees in the winter. Do they have children/teenagers, if so how many and do they stand in front of the refrigerator with the door wide open regularly etc? Without knowing how the current owner really use the house, it's more or less meaningless data.
I have had clients ask me this questions for over twenty years and I always tell them the same thing, I'll get you the numbers but they mean very little.
A home inspector will be able to tell you about the HVAC and it's efficiency rating, as well as about the appliances and hot water heater. They will be able to tell you about the insulation in the ceiling and if the house is on a crawlspace the floors. The can talk with you about the windows and how tight they are.
If you're really concerned about the utility costs buy a newer energy star rated home.