2019 Apr 8, 11:49am
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Don't forget, mandatory TOU rates start October 2020 for PG&E/SCE customers. Your simple tiered rate structure goes away and it gets even MORE crucial to manage your energy use during part peak and peak times of the day.
This is some seriously faulty logic, since any new electric power plants are likely to burn natural gas to create the electricity.
efficient appliances means tiny Euro style washers, tiny oven/stoves, and maybe even a clothesline.
EDIT: I forgot this tidbit. If you're heating with electricity, you'll be using nuclear energy (24% of PG&Es electric mix).
EBGuy saysEDIT: I forgot this tidbit. If you're heating with electricity, you'll be using nuclear energy (24% of PG&Es electric mix).The Dems want to shut those down.
nd these fucking retards have NO RELIABLE OPTIONS for replacing that lost 24% of base supply
ForcedTQ saysnd these fucking retards have NO RELIABLE OPTIONS for replacing that lost 24% of base supplyEnron, here we come the second time
You won't be just trying to keep the total monthly bill below a certain amount to keep from getting grifted.
They point out that the electricity supply is getting cleaner — California got more than half its power from climate-friendly sources such as solar and wind in 2017, and is aiming for 100% by 2045 — while gas continues to emit carbon dioxide when burned.
... For natural gas, one therm (100,000 Btus) releases 11.7 pounds CO2 and costs $1.31.For electricity .294 pounds of CO2 are released per kWh (1 kWh = 3,413 Btus) therefore 8.614 lbs CO2 per therm for $6.38. ...