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Response to kristopher (Original post)

Mon Aug 12, 2013, 12:23 PM

1. Finally, someone realizes what zero fuel costs do for consumers!

From the OP:
Thanks to production tax credits from the federal government, plus no fuel costs to worry about, wind producers get paid to push power into the market no matter what the price. According to Credit Suisse’s Eggers, this has led to power being sold at negative prices recently during off-peak hours at night and on the weekend in parts of Texas and in the Chicago area.

It's a good thing.

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