Have you ever looked at your utility bill and wondered where the price you pay for your energy comes from? Depending on where you live, what time of year it is, and what’s going on around the world, the price of your natural gas and electricity can fluctuate. Learn about five factors that can drive that pricing:
The energy industry is constantly changing. Advances in technology, population growth, changes in government policy, and changes in business and residential energy trends can all be responsible for significant changes.
If you live in a deregulated energy market, you’ve probably received letters from suppliers asking you to enroll or “lock in” a specific rate on your electricity. Are you confused by your options and/or the benefits of working with a supplier? Well, let’s dive in and make some sense of it all.