Understanding your energy bill

The Choose Energy Team
By The Choose Energy Team February 25th, 2015
For business

Let’s be honest, when our energy bill arrives, we tend to look for the biggest, boldest number on the bill and pay it. But sometimes, especially when a large bill hits our mailbox, it helps to understand just where that number comes from.

Unlike our cable bills, car insurance, or mortgage payments, our electricity and natural gas bills fluctuate every month. This is because both the amount of energy you use and the rate you pay for that energy varies.

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