Climate Change Policies Coming to Roost. Price of electricity surges 25% in France and Germany. All of those renewables doing much good

LMTLION

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That’s a good general strategy, but if I were shopping for either gas or electricity contracts today, I would probably shorten my exposure to no more than two years. I just don’t see $10/Mcf nat gas pricing beyond a couple of years. 🤷🏼‍♂️

A year ago during natural gas shoulder season pricing, I found a new well-funded REP that was willing to offer me a 4 year, $0.05/KwH fixed rate energy charge contract because they were trying to build their customer base.
True, but if you choose a plan with no early term fee then you are prepared for anything. But you hit the jackpot with that contract! I thought I was doing well at 0.085 but not compared to you.
 

BW Lion

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True, but if you choose a plan with no early term fee then you are prepared for anything. But you hit the jackpot with that contract! I thought I was doing well at 0.085 but not compared to you.
We don’t use a lot of electricity so the low $/KwH energy fee has been good but not great.

It’s all the “pass through” fees that are getting expensive.
 

ChiTownLion

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Who is the one that says all Republicans do is complain? Yeah man, your policies = real life pain that will bring great suffering to millions of people for years!

With Trump, there was non-stop whining -- but not about his policies, rather some garbage "between the lines" interpretation of dog whistles and other such fantasies.

 
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