Bright & Early: Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes Edition

Good morning, Nashville. The TVA is starting up a new program in April to sell electricity to distributors at rates that vary throughout the day, meaning that once NES adopts the system, we could pay higher rates around peak hours during the day and lower rates at night. This system is intended to encourage us to conserve electricity during the hours when we typically use it the most. The downside is that new equipment would be required to monitor our usage in real time, and bills could actually go up if we don’t change our usage habits.

Photo by Nathan T. Baker.

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