The cost of energy continues to soar with no end in sight. We see it at the pump, where it costs a small fortune to just to fill up the car. We see it in the fuel we buy to heat our homes, a subject that is foremost in our minds now that the season’s first frost signals cold weather and high heating bills to come.
We see it in the rising cost of electricity, where the promise of lower prices as a result of competition from multiple suppliers has failed to achieve the desired result. However, those who power their homes and businesses with natural gas are seeing lower prices — at least for now.