Monthly Archives: November 2013

Ladies and gentlemen, start charging your engines

  Electric cars’ surging popularity is steering Con Edison and the state to figure out how they’ll be charged up. The main question is how much electric vehicles will burden the power grid. Power companies haven’t yet figured out how … Continue reading

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Con Edison electricity prices highest of major US utilities

  Eskimos, sled dog racers, hula dancers and surfers are among the few Americans who pay more for a kilowatt hour of electricity than Con Edison customers, according to new data from the Energy Information Administration. [Pull up Table T6; Microsoft … Continue reading

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