In 2012 we began experiencing 10-year lows in both electricity prices and natural gas prices. Much of this was due to the incredible technological advancements in shale drilling techniques – frequently referred to as “fracking.” As that glut of natural gas hit the market, supply overshadowed demand. As consumers, we all enjoyed low prices that had not been seen in a very long time. Now as we work our way through 2014, demand has been catching up in the form of increased ...

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