Sept. 10 — Many consumers choose the cheapest electricity plan they can find and typically sign up for a one-year contract. But a one-year contract may not always be a good idea, considering that power prices are typically higher in the summer when demand for air conditioning is strongest compared to the winter when temperatures are mild and usage drops.
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