Energy prices may see steep rise

Dec 1, 2007 Read more: Centre Daily Times
UNIVERSITY PARK -- Energy prices in Pennsylvania could jump between 30 and 70 percent -- price increases already seen in surrounding states and Pennsylvania's Pike County -- when the rate caps on electricity ... Read more

Troy, PA

#1 Dec 1, 2007
12/31/2010 is 1,126 days from now.

One wonders how effective the proposed measures will be by then.
Tom Clouser

Miami Beach, FL

#2 Feb 11, 2008
Fuel prices affect the cost of everything, but goods and services all need fuel to move.

Either we need new sources of energy, a new way of doing business local-only, or incomes have to rise to match these costs. The CDT ran a good article Sunday Feb. 10, 2007 that explains how the average working people have nowhere to turn. All of their money is budgeted out for living expenses each month.

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