Lightning wrote:I'm sure they aren't counting "supply charge" which is just as much or more the cost of per kilowatt..
It's certainly not that much here, I think it's like 3 cents added to 8 cents.
Something is seriously flawed, they must of used the wholesale cost for electric, the industrial rates or some kind of average rate across all sectors.
Something is seriously flawed with your article on energy prices, there is no way electric is anywhere near the cost of natural gas. May I ask what you used for references?