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    Quote Originally Posted by birdman86 View Post
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    Anybody know if power rates have come down from winter? I need to lock in a fixed rate soon
    I locked in with atco at 10.89 and i think right now they are at 12.69 or somewhere around there. I locked in over new years when they were running a marketing promo. Fucked up though cause i locked gas at 5.99 at that time which was obviously peak season. But ny overall bills skew more towards electricity than gas because of the 1600 cannabis plants im growing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin_Cam_Turbo View Post
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    TIL there’s a credit check for fixed utility rates.
    Is this actually true? Coworker moved here from India with zero credit history and nothing was asked of them to get on a locked rate. They just signed up and that’s it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage2 View Post
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    Is this actually true? Coworker moved here from India with zero credit history and nothing was asked of them to get on a locked rate. They just signed up and that’s it.
    Apparently so from what I’ve seen and heard on AM770 but maybe it’s a pretty lax thing.

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    I think regulated rate is different than fixed?
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    Enmax is and has been 12.99c/kwh for quite a while now
    God damm, when I move and transfer my services, do I keep my old rates?

    EasyMax: 6.59/kWh 5-Year Fixed Electricity
    EasyMax: $4.09/GJ 5-Year Fixed Natural Gas

    that is what I have right now

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    Probably. Isn't it linked it an account? Or is it based on the meter?
    Worth a call.

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    Yes you can transfer your rates when you move.
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    2.4 cents per kWh. And much less bs fees broken out as transmission/ distribution on top as well.

    Fuck Alberta’s electricity market.
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    The fine print is that the daytime rate is also changed in that plan, and it's MUCH higher than the normal daytime rate people are paying right now.

    Not a good deal for most people, but a cool option.

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    Isn't Onterrible like totally de-carbonized for electricity?

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    8 hours is crazy though, I would have done max 6, maybe 4 (midnight to 4 am)

    An electric car off a Nema 14-50 (or higher) is a lot of cheap juice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenOps View Post
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    2.4 cents per kWh. And much less bs fees broken out as transmission/ distribution on top as well.

    Fuck Alberta’s electricity market.
    We don't have a time of use market.
    Cos...

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    AB Energy cost comparison tool. Might help some out.

    https://www.ucahelps.alberta.ca/cost...ison-tool.aspx

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    https://globalnews.ca/news/9722509/o...ature-control/

    lol. Neutering your thermostat. For $75.

    Hahahahahahahaha

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    Getting on the pre-sale gov't control list with the $75 discount code.
    No thanks.
    I'm sure there's psychology in those who sign up also wouldn't reject other Trudeau advances.

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    $2.5/hr to give up thermostat control is hilarious. I might consider it for $75/hr.

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    absolutely hilarious
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    Seems like a free 75$ if you just attach a switch beside your thermostat to override the AC on, no?
    Nolan

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    This was a thing in britain back in the 1970's I want to say. You could get a technician to come to your house and disable your heating in the springtime, and they'd come back in the fall and enable it, just for the cost of a service call-out. My dad knew someone who did this, and he considered them "stupid buggers". Britain isn't that hot of a climate that you don't need heating for half the year, even during the current cLimAtE EeeeeeeemerGenCy.

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