Report: U.S. electricity prices rose sharply in October

The monthly government survey found the average price of electricity sold in October 2000 was 6.79 cents/kw-hr, up 9 cents from October 1999. Average residential rates rose 12 cents/kw-hr, average commercial rates rose 3 cents, and average industrial rates were up 11 cents/kw-hr between October 2000 and October 1999.

Jan. 23, 2001—Green Mountain Energy Co., a provider of cleaner and renewable electricity, said January 11 at a press conference in Hartford, Conn., that effective immediately, it will begin selling electricity in the Connecticut market.

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