Energy is primarily sold at a fixed price on a long-term contract. Within this fixed price is a substantial premium, or “insurance.” Using scare tactics, most energy suppliers market this premium to consumers as a form of protection during rare periods when energy prices spike.
The Chart represents the price of one kWh with the utility profile for a G3 rate customer in NEMA with a 68% load factor. While substantially accurate, this representation is for illustration purposes only and should not be used as a promise or contract.
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