Where are energy rates going for 2020? And what are the trends to watch? In this article we examine some of the important factors in energy rates, including: natural gas prices, the continued growth of renewable energy, and potential changes in capacity markets.
Last year saw increased wholesale and retail prices in Texas due to low reserve margins and hot weather. This year will bring more of the same. Learn how reserve margin, weather, and operating reserves were expected to all play a role in driving up 2019 Texas electricity rates.
Where are energy rates going for 2019? And what are the trends to watch? In this article we examine some of the important factors in energy rates, including the price of natural gas, continued closure of coal-fired plants, the increase in renewable energy generation, and the falling costs of battery storage.
Where are electricity rates headed in 2018? You’ve likely heard rumors about tax cuts reducing your utility bill, but what are the other variables that will make your rates go up or down? Let’s examine the most important energy factors that will contribute to retail electricity price movements over the next 12 months.
UPDATE: Looking for 2019 Energy Trends? See Energy Trends to Watch in 2019.