Electric Shock Happens In More Ways Then One

Posted By on December 23, 2013

Hey, the government says there is no inflation…hmm, guess ecletricity doesn’t count!

The average price for a kilowatt hour of electricity set a record for the month of November, according to BLS.

During the year, electricity prices tend to bottom out in the late fall, winter and early spring and hit a peak in the summer. Electricity prices followed that pattern this year, but in each month of the year they set a record for that particular month—n.b. electricity was more expensive in January 2013 than in any previous January.

Sources:  CNSNews.com, Wise Dog Research

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