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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? March 2020 Edition

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? March 2020 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “SPRING IS IN THE AIR” Moderate February weather helped to soften spot market electricity rates to around 4 cents per kWh for the month – a 10 cent drop compared to last month! March and April spot rates look to be coming […]

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SOLUTION 105’s PANDEMIC RESPONSE

SOLUTION 105’s PANDEMIC RESPONSE

NO DISRUPTION IN OUR CLIENT SERVICES TO OUR VALUED CLIENTS Solution 105 understands that the COVID-19 pandemic situation is evolving rapidly and that there will be more uncertainty in the days to come. We want to make sure we do our part in reducing the impact on […]

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Residential Rates in Alberta: What to do? February 2020 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “COMING OUT OF THE COLD” Super cold weather in January helped to push spot market electricity rates to around 14 cents per kWh for the month! Fortunately, February looks to be coming in at a much more reasonable 5 cents per kWh. March […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? January 2020 Edition

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? January 2020 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “HAPPY NEW YEAR” Best wishes to all as we head into, what has thus far been, a very cold 2020! Get your new Christmas sweaters on!! Electricity prices came in around 5 cents per kWh in December. For 2019 as a whole, rates […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? December 2019

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? December 2019

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” Best wishes to all as we round out the last month of 2019! We hope the year has been kind to you and yours. Electricity prices came in around 6 cents per kWh in November. December and January are expected to be […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? November 2019

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta:  What to do?  November 2019

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “HERE COMES THE COLD” Fall seemed to come and go in a blink of the eye! The leaves have fallen and are already covered in snow in many places. Electricity prices came in around 5 cents per kWh in October. November and December are expected […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? October 2019 Edition

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta:  What to do?  October 2019 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. Summer seems to be well and truly over! The leaves are quickly turning and the weather is really cooling off. Electricity prices came in around 6 cents per kWh in September. October and November are expected to be in the 6 cent per kWh […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? September 2019 Edition

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta: What to do? September 2019 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “BACK TO SCHOOL” Summer is winding down, and the kids are back to work! The summer break saw soft electricity and gas prices. Electricity prices came in around 5 cents per kWh in July and August. September and October are expected to be in […]

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Residential Energy Rates in Alberta – What to do? July 2019 Edition

Residential Energy Rates in Alberta – What to do? July 2019 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “SCHOOL’S OUT” Summer is now in full swing, yet, thus far, electricity and gas prices have been pretty low. Electricity prices came in around 6 cents per kWh in June. July and August are expected to be in the 7 cent per kWh […]

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Residential Energy Rate in Alberta: What to do? June 2019 Edition

Residential Energy Rate in Alberta: What to do? June 2019 Edition

By Cameron Mitchell Solution 105 Consulting Ltd. “UNCERTAIN TIMES” We have a new party leading the province and a federal election coming by October. Because of this, there is a bit of uncertainty in the air (and a bit of smoke too). Electricity prices came in pretty high for May, settling […]

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